Category Archive: Food Storage & Skills

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Oct 28

How To Grind Your Own Meat Into Hamburger

Here are some tips and tricks for how to grind your own meat into hamburger because the taste is far superior to commercial burger and you will know exactly quality. You can use store bought meat, buy half a cow or use meat you have grown and butchered yourself. It is helpful to remove any …

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Oct 28

9 Homemade Spice Seasoning Blends To Flavor Food

Theses 9 homemade spice seasoning blends to flavor food will save you money as you build your food pantry storage. You can buy ingredients in bulk and individually mix your seasoning blends as needed to suit your family’s taste buds.  Women’s Health Magazine has some insightful articles. Here is a great way to save money …

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Oct 26

5 Steps to Storing Potatoes for Winter

Here are 5 Steps to Storing Potatoes for Winter to prolong the storage time of your garden harvest of potatoes or if you are lucky enough to find frugal sale on potatoes. Potatoes are easy to grow, easy to store crop that can help feed your family all winter long.  These tips will help keep …

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Oct 26

Free Printable Mason Jar Recipe Cards For Your Homemade Mason Jar Mixes

Here is an amazing free printable mason jar recipe cards for your frugal homemade mason jar mixes which you can download and print in your own home. When you measuring out and assembling bulk ingredients to multiple different mason jars to create your own delicious money saving convenience mixes, you will still need to add …

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Oct 24

How to Make Elderberry Syrup and Jelly

This insightful step by step tutorial of how to make Elderberry syrup and jelly is a great way to create delicious food pantry storage that your family will enjoy eating on toast, pancakes and English muffins. Elderberries are eaten for their antioxidant properties to lower cholesterol, improve vision, boost the immune system, improve heart health, …

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Oct 21

Slow Cooker Beans For The Freezer

If you use canned beans you are wasting money at the store and groceries are getting way to expensive to be wasting money on them. Dry beans are the most economical way of buying beans. Buying them in bulk would save you even more. I know I use cooked beans in a lot of dishes. …

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