Tag Archive: Months

12 Months Of No Processed Foods – Crock Pot Recipes

12 Months Of No Processed Foods – Crock Pot Recipes 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. Did you know you can poach, stew, braise, simmer, water bath, infuse, roast, and bake in …

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How To Keep Eggs For 9 To 12 Months

How To Keep Eggs For 9 To 12 Months 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. We have all been told all these years about eggs needing to be refrigerated. First of all, they …

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Hair Detox – What Happens When You Don’t Shampoo For 6 Months!

Hair Detox – What Happens When You Don’t Shampoo For 6 Months!   Make sure you like living green and frugally on Facebook and follow us on Pinterest to be updated every time we find a great tutorial If you have ever wanted to try the ‘no poo’ experiment on your hair, but were too worried about what it might …

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DIY camper: Rusty Van To Cosy Home

DIY camper: Rusty Van To Cosy Home  Looking for a home suitable for your needs might be long and hard. That’s why we suggest you try a different thing: convert a van! The project featured in the photos and respective link shows how a simple person like yourself managed to transform a rusty van to …

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14 Crockpot Freezer Recipes: A Month’s Worth of Dinners

14 Crockpot Freezer Recipes: A Month’s Worth of Dinners  We all love crockpot freezer cooking well i know a lot of you do. crock pot freezer meals are both clever and ingenious. Get a few simple ingredients ready to go, freeze them, then dump them in the crockpot when it’s time to cook them? Sign me up! …

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How To Safely Preserve Eggs for 9 months

How To Safely Preserve Eggs for 9 months  If you’ve ever kept a flock of chickens, you’re probably aware of a basic perversity of homestead life: While your family’s consumption of eggs tends to remain fairly constant year round . . . your hens’ production of the delicious edibles doesn’t. I have an abundance of …

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