It’s time to share your frugal and nourishing tips and recipes! Where do you shop for quality food at a lower price? What recipe saves a penny? How do you balance a budget with nourishing food? Share here.
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I don’t have a blog post to share, but I have signed up with Tropical Traditions for their sale e-mail. This week, they are offering their best deal on “gold label” coconut oil – $99 for 2 gallons. I wait until I see that sale and then stock up…
Hey if you have a few friend and can do get the group rate, youy can get the kind I get for about 30 bucks a gallon.
Wendy (The Local Cook)
I made some homemade cilantro sauce to go with the sweet potato fries . . . yum!
Thanks for hosting this linkup!
Millie @ Real Food for Less Money
Today I’m sharing a little bit about my obsession with liver and other organ meats plus my favorite way to prepare beef liver. Organ meats are very nutrient dense and tend to be budget friendly.
Thanks for having a place for us to share each week Kimi! This week my post features the wonderful veggies of spring!
Wardeh @ GNOWFGLINS
Hey, Kimi! My post today is a guest post — a chocolate torte with citrus cheese frosting. The torte is unbelieveably beautiful and certainly frugal compared to purchasing a similar torte from a high-quality bakery.
I am using lots of vegetables, these days and they are delicious. Just think, I almost never ate veggies, a year ago and now, I am happy eating them every day.
Thanks to everyone who shared such great posts! Just a simple dinner today, plus my menu planning strategy.
Such good recipes this week! Can’t wait to make those cornmeal pancakes!
I have a recipe up for a Lentil Salad – wonderful for a warm evening or lunch!
Locally-milled corn grits are simmered in homemade vegetable stock, then combined with raw farmhouse cheddar, fried onions, fresh peppers, garlic, cumin and cilantro and topped with smoky chipotle chili sauce. Omnivores may add seasoned, ground bison or pastured beef for additional protein. Either way, these Brazos de Dios Chili Cheese Grits make a pretty tasty and inexpensive weeknight dish!