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During the Great Depression, people learned how to get by on very little. Learn how to create a frugal pantry like they did during the Great Depression. I love the story of her father growing up during the Great Depression and how it still forms how he does things today. We could all stand to learn from those lessons. These handed down recipes sound awesome and very frugal. If you're trying to create a frugal and healthy pantry and kitchen, you need to read this now!

Podcast Building a Great Depression Era Pantry

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21 Cooking Tips That Will Change Your Life ~ lots of my fave kitchen tips that do save me time here. The cherry paper clip pitter is new to me and I love that idea.

21 Cooking Tips That Will Change Your Life

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20 Ways to Save Time in the Kitchen - Kids Activities Blog

Time Saving Kitchen Tips - Kids Activities Blog

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Tired of the rising cost of groceries? The Great Depression Era frugal tips and recipes show how to use potatoes to stretch your food dollars, including how to use potato water in place of milk in your baking. I love the 1920's recipes and learning how to increase my independence from the grocery stores! Read this now if you need new ways to save money in the kitchen. I can't wait to the try pie, I'd have never thought you could use potatoes that way.

Podcast #45 Great Depression Era Money Saving Tips

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Tired of the rising cost of groceries? The Great Depression Era frugal tips and recipes show how to use potatoes to stretch your food dollars, including how to use potato water in place of milk in your baking. I love the 1920's recipes and learning how to increase my independence from the grocery stores! Read this now if you need new ways to save money in the kitchen. I can't wait to the try pie, I'd have never thought you could use potatoes that way.

Podcast #45 Great Depression Era Money Saving Tips

melissaknorris.com

34 Ways To Make Your Stuff Last As Long As Possible ~ If you’re in the process of trying to save money, every little bit counts. These tips will help you stretch that dollar.

34 Ways To Make Your Stuff Last As Long As Possible

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Podcast #40 8 Depression Era Tips to Save Money Now. I called my aunt to get some more Great Depression Era tips. She said, “Those years shaped the way my mom lived the rest of her life. It was always in the back of her mind. She never threw things away, thinking she might need it.”

Podcast 8 Depression Era Tips to Save Money Now

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Money Saving Tips from the Depression Era

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Need to stretch your food budget dollars? These tried and tried true recipes and tips have been passed down since the Great Depression era in her family. I love these stories and tips from people who went through hard times and came out the other side. Read this now to help save money now.

Podcast Depression Era Tips to Stretch Your Food Budget

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by Homestead Survival

Make emergency candle wicks from dollar store mop heads, put in mason jar, add cooking oil.

Energy Crisis on the Off-Grid Homestead

How to make: Pine Cone Fire Starters

preparedness blog--great site with lots of info

Life After An EMP Attack: No Power, No Food, No Transportation, No Banking And No Internet

25 ways to be more self reliant

The Poor Man’s Guide To Survival Gear

Without a doubt its SO much nicer to have a roll of toilet paper on your camping trip... But one of the inherent downfalls for a roll of toilet paper is it acts like a huge blotter absorbing the humidity from the air and making it almost useless. And too, that unexpected rain shower can turn that roll hanging on a stick to a blob of mush in short order. Coffee cans are wonderful for keeping your important papers dry and ready for use under any outdoors weather condition.

water purification This could save your life!

heat your home in an emergency

In the absence of hardware stores, you'll be limited to materials in nature when it comes time to cobble together your own soap, knives, cooking pots, candles, toilet paper, clothes and other necessities.

water filtration project

Homestead Revival: 5 Achievable Goals for Every Urban Homestead

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Survival Bow Making Instructions