Category Archive: Living Frugally

Farmer’s Cheese – Easiest Homemade Cheese Recipe

Farmer’s Cheese – Easiest Homemade Cheese Recipe Farmer cheese, sometimes called farmer’s cheese, is a type of simple, soft white cheese traditionally made on farms in Europe and the Middle East. Most of the varieties available in Western markets are made from the milk of goats or cows, but sheep, yak, and most any other …

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36 Fool-Proof Dehydrator Recipes

36 Fool-Proof Dehydrator Recipes When i first heard about dehydrating food i was not sure how much I would use a dehydrator, so I first borrowed one from a friend of mine. Well it turns out I had that thing running day in and day out, so I quickly purchased my own. I recently purchased the …

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Easy Brew in a Bag, All-Grain Brewing With Pics

Easy Brew in a Bag, All-Grain Brewing With Pics (Homebrewing) Nice tutorial by Thirsty Boy on brewing in a bag and going from extract to all grain for ten dollars. Nice load of pictures and instructions to help you brew in a bag over on The Brewing Network .Brew in a Bag (BIAB) all grain …

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11 Things You Can Make Using 55 Gallon Plastic Barrels

11 Things You Can Make Using 55 Gallon Plastic Barrels In our home,55 gallon plastic barrels get turned into water collection systems and containers for plants and dwarf trees. They’re inexpensive, safe we use food-grade barrels when ever i can, functional, and easy to come by. But with a little imagination, however, there is so much …

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Survival Candles That Last For 50h

Survival Candles That Last For 50h Candles make a great source of lighting in an emergency and a little bit of heat as well. I was looking at some candles on amazon the other day and was shocked to see some of the prices for the long lasting candles – if you want to buy …

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Get Rid Of Flies Naturally With Homemade Flypaper

Get Rid Of Flies Naturally With Homemade Flypaper Having flies in the warmer months is a constant battle. No matter what kind of fly you have-be it fruit flies, house flies, they make their surroundings seem unclean and unpleasant. They buzz around your head, knock against windows, march all over your food, and land repeatedly in …

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