Now that I am reminded to be grateful for what I have, it’s time to take heart and dig into uses my resources well! What tips do you have today for all of us? How do you make nourishing meet frugal?
Last week, we had some more wonderful contributions. Once again, it’s hard to decided who to highlight. But in light of our trip, I thought it would be fun to highlight some great “portable” nourishing food posts.
Emily, at Real Food Lover, shares a delightful portable taco lunch. Her husband is one lucky man! Jenny at Nourished Kitchen shares a recipe for , which make an easy to grab portable snack. And finally, Wardeh shares a wonderful post sharing food to pack for traveling. Some real gems there!
I hope we will get as many this week too!
Go for carnival guidelines here and format your contribution (in the comment section for this post) like the following. Also remember to link back to this post! Thanks!
Kimi @ The Nourishing Gourmet Five Healthy and Frugal Meals (http://www.thenourishinggourmet.com/2009/07/five-frugal-and-healthy-meals.html) Today I share five meals that are healthy, easy and frugal. They also happen to be family standby’s so you know they’ve been “family approved”. Check them out!
Pennywise Platter Thursday
Kimi @ The Nourishing Gourmet Lessons From History: The Gift of Having Enough
A reminder for myself and others to be grateful for what we have, even when we can’t afford everything we want too.
Katie @ Kitchen Stewardship
Upgrade Your Condiment Awareness
10 Easy Choices to help you either use less or find/make healthier options for the condiments we Americans love to pile on our tables!
Amanda @ the Rebuild blog: Turning those mountains of over-ripe fruit into fruit leather . I have included written instructions and two videos on preparing, drying, storing, and using the fruit. Yumm.
Carrie @ Organic and Thrifty Here’s my 5-day breakfast meal plan of simple, thrifty, and filling breakfasts that can be made in advance or in 10 minutes or less. Geared for busy moms and back-to-school! Nourishment for pennies per person!
Amanda @ Coping with Frugality
Using an inexpensive cut of meat to make an amazing salad: Carne Asada Salad
Cara @ Health Home and Happiness: I posted about making a nutritious, but easy, whole foods energy bar since the ones you buy at the health food store can be really pricey.
Wardeh @ GNOWFGLIN
Soaked Whole Wheat Tortillas – Recipe Conversion to Soaked
This is a super exciting recipe conversion and I want to thank Mindy, a gnowfglins.com reader and sweet friend! She worked with my whole wheat tortilla recipe and converted it to be a soaked whole wheat tortilla recipe. Homemade tortillas are always frugal, and these are healthy to boot!
Ren @ Edible Aria Torta di Maccheroni
Today’s goal was to use up some odds and ends to make a frugal, but tasty and nourishing dish. The result was an Italian style baked macaroni and cheese, torta di maccheroni.
This is a very flexible dish that you can take uptown or downtown depending on your choice of ingredients.
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