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Newsflash: ORGANICS AT ALDIS
Read from a blogger, Humbled Homemaker, "A Biblical Spin on Natural Homemaking",
that ALDI's is now carrying an experimental ORGANIC LINE!!!!!!!!!!!
I can't wait to go and see! REMEMBER TO VOTE WITH YOUR DOLLAR. Here is ALDI's Facebook to post a Thank You:
15 Ways to Save Big Bucks on Healthy Groceries
Slash Your Grocery Bills: A Dozen Smart and Simple Tips from Food Bloggers
Simple Ways to Slash Your Grocery Bill
"Saving Money Online - Healthy Deals" is a regular feature from the blogger, Heavenly Homemakers.
When she finds good deals online she sends out an email with the links.
It's like getting the best frugal deals on healthy stuff without having to look for it yourself - like having a personal shopper - just browse the latest email and see if there's anything you want or need in it.
This week's links of deals contain:
Victorio Food Strainer on sale
Canning Tool Set
Bake Your Own Bread to Save Money
Most of us who come to Dave on our journey to freedom and leaving a legacy, did not start out frugal. Even 'Savers', may have WANTED to do things like be a better home economist, or WANTED to learn to make bread, but didn't grow up with those skills at home. I know I didn't.
Luckily for us, we're adults now and can make our own future and learn the frugal skills we need to learn, in order to Never Pay Retail again. Luckily for us, we're adults now who have access to the internet.
And with all the crap they put in store bought bread, you KNOW this is also good for your SparkJourney, as well.
Here's a blog from a person who actually knows what she is talking about when it comes to bread, and she because she is also a very good teacher it was a pleasure to read this very good, comprehensive, educational blog that answers most questions and overcomes most objections. Kind of a 1-stop-shopping place for bread 101. Also I know the Artisan method of which she speaks, is tried and true; you do not need to have any special skills or talent, and the dough conveniently stays in the fridge, ready for instant use.
Also notice Jessica is a Dave Fan . . . note the tag line in the header of her blog, "act your wage".
Healthy Food Choices and Frugality Can Peaceably Coexist
30 Ways to Save Money on Produce
Grocery Couponing: What's on Sale in March 2012?
You Can Save Money Without Coupons
Prevention's "Save at the Supermarket", "Find Grocery Deals Near You" functionality is great for comparing prices, etc.; this is really wonderful.
1. Click on the link, it opens to "Healthy Recipe Finder"
2. Scroll down
3. Find "Save at the Supermarket"
4. Enter your zip code, Prevention does the rest for you automatically
Chock full of information, several dozen linked articles (scroll down after link opens):
Simple Ways to Slash Your Grocery Bill
Strategic Shopping: Why You Should Stockpile
Simple Steps to Get Started Using Coupons
Using Coupons on Healthier Foods
How to Get Coupons for Meat
Eat Well and Spend Less: Homemade Substitutes for Staples
After you open the above link, you'll find individual recipe links and how-tos for each of the following:
■Chicken Stock :: Recipe Girl
■Turkey Stock :: Food for My Family
■Fish Stock :: Artistta
■Buttermilk Ranch Dressing
■Maple Dijon Vinaigrette
■Maple Shallot Vinagrette
■Maple Vinaigrette with Cocoa Nibs
■Spicy Maple Vinaigrette
■Classic Bolognese :: Recipe Girl
■Pear Sauce :: Good Life Eats
■Tangy Barbeque Sauce
■Four-Ingredient Tomato Sauce
■Roasted Tomato & Garlic Pizza Sauce
■Apple Cider Syrup :: Good Life Eats
■Cranberry Orange Maple Syrup :: Good Life Eats
■Sweet Summertime Blueberry Syrup
■Homemade Nut Butter
■Marisa’s Apple Butter
■Nectarine Raspberry Freezer Jam
■Pink Grapefruit & Pomegranate Marmalade
■Strawberry-Rhubarb Micro-Mini Jam
■Vanilla-Spiced Pear Butter :: Good Life Eats
■Green Tomato Chutney :: Food in Jars
■Quick Pickled Onions :: Under the High Chair
■Restaurant-Style Salsa :: Good Life Eats
■Tomato Ketchup :: Julie Van Rosendaal via the Family Kitchen
■Extra-Garlic Dill Pickles (Traditional)
■Garlic-Dill Cucumber Pickles (Lacto-Fermented)
■Buttermilk :: Good Life Eats
■Crème Fraîche :: Chocolate Chip Trips
■Homemade Ricotta :: The Italian Dish
This blogger, who is a Dave Fan by the way, offers a list of grocery specials at several dozen stores. When you click on the store, a list opens that includes embedded links to printable coupons (or tells you where to get the coupon); so the coupons are already matched to the weekly sales circular for you:
List of Coupons Found in April Magazines
Dave recommended E-Mealz, menu planning service. If you're struggling with your grocery budget, if $75 or less a week would be an answer to prayer for you, if planning menus & grocery lists and finding recipes is not your gift, you might be interested in E-Mealz. Disclaimer: It is not for me, and, it is a service - not free. But it's very affordable; and if you struggle with overspending on groceries this would be one way . . .
Read reviews about it here:
Get your free coupon education at Couponing 101
Free Product Coupons Available by Request
Another great blogger I subscribe to. Not that I eat pancakes, but, many of you do, plus there's lots more than just pancakes.
Frugal Recipes: “Instant” Pancake Mix
If you make pancakes today, here's a tip from Erin at $5 Dinners, use the leftover sugar sprinkles from Christmas cookies, the green sugar sprinkles, which will make the pancake batter green for Saint Patrick's Day. Also here is a highly rated pancake recipe that you can use when you are making the "Instant" Pancake Mix bags up, a person on another team said it got great reviews from her family. Also the cinnamon is very good for diabetics & insulin resistance. I don't use Splenda as it's a poisonous chlorocarbon, but you can change this up to make it with a healthy sweetener, read the comments the sweetener or lack thereof if you use Splenda, makes a difference on how they raise:
The first link came from a previous post on another thread; I'm going to be looking at and occasionally posting from previous threads if applicable to this thread.
Edited by: CAROLFAITHWALKR at: 3/17/2011 (20:20)
Thanks for the link. I'm going to read it after work. I'll see if I can find some more to add :)
Here's one to start the thread off.