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How to Make Vanilla Yogurt

By Homesteading Mom / May 3, 2015

  Have you priced yogurt at the grocery store lately? In my area, Stoneyfield’s organic French-vanilla yogurt is $5 per quart! The way my kids eat yogurt, I would go bankrupt if I had to pay that price. Making yogurt at home is easy and saves a ton of money. More importantly, the yogurt is […]

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Easy Bacon and Egg Breakfast Muffins

By Homesteading Mom / April 30, 2015

Easy Bacon and Egg Breakfast Muffins   Bacon Makes Everything Better Are you looking for a dirt cheap, delicious, make-ahead freezer meal? This bacon and egg mufin recipe is it. It has absolutely everything going for it. It only has three ingredients, has a minimal impact on blood glucose, is gluten free, stores easily in […]

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Pressure Canning Beef Stew: Raw Pack

By Homesteading Mom / September 30, 2014

Cheap and easy, pressure canning beef stew is a must for your pantry. This beef stew recipe was the second recipe I ever made in a pressure canner. (The first was chicken stock.) It’s simple, delicious, and pure comfort food. Plus, this may be one of the easiest beef stew recipes ever.  There is no […]

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Frugal Parenting With Cloth Diapers

By Homesteading Mom / September 29, 2014

I recently traded my children’s old cloth diapers for some babysitting. An old friend needed a more economical way to diaper her adorable baby boy, and my kids didn’t need them any more. Seeing those cloth diapers again, however, brought a lot of memories back, and I thought I’d share some of my experiences with […]

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How I Preserve Broccoli and Goat Cheese Soup

By Homesteading Mom / July 29, 2014

One of my favorite lunches ever is broccoli and goat cheese soup. If you prefer cheddar, go ahead and use that instead, but I just adore goat cheese. It also lends a rich, creamy texture to broccoli soup that would be otherwise lacking. While I do have a bit of a love affair going on […]

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