Category Archive: Living Frugally

Honey Buttermilk Bread Recipe

Honey Buttermilk Bread Recipe I have decided that buttermilk is a great thing to have around the house now. I like using it for breads and things. It gives everything a really good flavour, adding a buttery richness and the tang of sour cream or yoghurt. The buttermilk in this bread recipe gives the bread a rich texture and …

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21 Ways To Get rid Of Ants Naturally

21 Ways To Get rid Of Ants Naturally This morning I woke up to Ants- not just a few, but the long trails that go room to room. It’s not that I hate ants, they are just annoying. But it’s not just ants, for some reason, my condo attracts spiders, cobwebs and other annoying types …

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Thing You Should Know About Propane for Prepping and Survival

Thing You Should Know About Propane for Prepping and Survival I’ve recently moved and now have propane gas. I couldn’t be happier about it. Why? Because it is a stand-alone energy system that will provide me with heat, hot water, cooking, and whatever else I adapt to it. This article covers the basics of propane …

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Home Made Solar Panel Tracker That Follows The Sun

Home Made Solar Panel Tracker That Follows The Sun Make sure you like Living green and frugally on Facebook  to be updated every time we find a tutorial for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient on a budget. You can raise your solar panel system’s output by nearly 30-50% by creating a structure that will …

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How To Hook Up A Generator To Your Home safely

How To Hook Up A Generator To Your Home safely It is sad to say but having power to your house is taken for granted by millions of people every day and the cold hard truth is that one power outage could have you on your knees after a day or two. I live in an …

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How to Make Natural Homemade Hand Sanitizer

How to Make Natural Homemade Hand Sanitizer We are all accustomed to the smell and feel of strong and chemical-based sanitizers and sprays. While these products are necessary in fighting the spread of germs and treating minor abrasions, if you are a true DIYer, you know there has to be a better way to do …

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