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How to Save Money on Beef
By Erin Huffstetler | 12/20/2016 | 4 Comments
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This post is sponsored by The Beef Checkoff and brought to you by The Motherhood. All opinions are my own. If you're planning to serve beef this holiday season, you're in luck: beef prices are down almost 10% from their peak prices in late 2014. That means you can expect to see lower prices in...
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Granola Bars
Shopping at an Amish Salvage Store
By Erin Huffstetler | 06/12/2015 | 6 Comments
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Something I haven't told you about our weekend homestead yet: It's in an area that's being settled by the Amish. The first families came down from Pennsylvania three years ago. Now a bunch more families are moving to the area. We've been told 42 Amish families will be relocating to the area. And we're really...
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Soft Pretzels
Foods to Buy at Dollar Tree
By Erin Huffstetler | 01/16/2015 | 17 Comments
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Would you buy food from a Dollar Tree? Until recently I would have said no, but you know what? I've really changed my mind about that. Because the thing is, they're not just selling junk anymore. There are lots of real, minimally-processed foods to choose from, and the prices are crazy good. We're talking 75%...
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Aldi Food
How I Save on Groceries
By Erin Huffstetler | 01/12/2015 | 9 Comments
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Trying to get your grocery bill down? Here's a look at how I save on groceries: I Buy in Bulk. I cook most things from scratch, so buying bulk quantities of the ingredients that I use regularly just makes sense. It saves me time and cuts down on trips to the store. I buy sugar...
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Bread Crumbs
4 Kitchen Scraps You Shouldn’t Throw Away
By Erin Huffstetler | 08/06/2014 | 9 Comments
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Make better use of your kitchen scraps, and you'll have less trash to take out and fewer groceries to buy. Here are four scraps that are worth hanging on to:
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