Want to incorporate more healthy food into your limited household budget? Here’s how to make the most of your grocery dollars. Eating healthy on a budget takes a little bit of thought and some planning, but you can feed your family healthy food. Take note of these tips for eating healthy on a budget.
Making your own salad dressing at home is easy, much less expensive, and it tastes great. PLUS, you won’t have a bottle to throw away every week. This healthy salad dressing recipe features radish greens and is easy, peasy to make. Use it to top your favorite green salad or serve it as a dip with crudités.
I’m not aiming for 100% sustainability. Even Laura Ingalls Wilder’s family depended on outside sources for some of their basic needs.
Making ricotta cheese is easy! With only three ingredients, this recipe for homemade ricotta cheese is simple to tackle at home. It’s a great way to use milk that’s nearing its “use by” date, too.
Like many people living on the Ring of Fire, we found ourselves faced with the threat of a tsunami awhile back. We’re on high ground here, so we weren’t in imminent danger from the tsunami, but there were other possibilities. Damage to our harbors would impede the delivery of goods via barge. An interruption of …
A fast, healthy meal on the go – with no pot to wash. This oatmeal in a jar is a snap to make and easy to tuck into your purse for a meal on the go.