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4 Ways to Clean/Gut a Fish

4 Ways to Clean/Gut a Fish Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at Amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. Although your fishmonger will be more than happy to clean and prepare your fish for you before you take it …

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Homemade Floor Length Curtains On A Budget

Homemade Floor Length Curtains On A Budget Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at Amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. Decorative curtains can help pull together a room’s overall decor and perfectly frame your view of the outside world. …

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32 Brilliant Homemade Cleaning Recipes for a Frugal Household

32 Brilliant Homemade Cleaning Recipes for a Frugal Household Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at Amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. This truly is a fantastic find, I love being as green as I can, also I love …

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How To Build A Root Cellar

How to Build An Underground Root Cellar Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at Amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. This is a great project on how to build a root cellar or a secret underground bunker if that …

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How to Build a Shipping Container Cabin

How to Build a Shipping Container Cabin Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at Amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. Container architecture is taking the world by storm. Recycled freight containers bring efficiency, flexibility and affordability to innovative green …

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How To Make A Passive Solar Heater

How To Make A Passive Solar Heater This is a very simple project using a couple pieces of Styrofoam and some normal kitchen aluminum foil. And a can of black spray paint. The idea was also not to block out the window fully, so the heater was made a bit smaller than the window. This …

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