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from Premeditated Leftovers

How to Build a Depression Era Pantry

How to Build a Depression Era Pantry- Go back to basics with these frugal depression era tips. You will save money and stock your pantry with whole foods.


Going back to the basics strengthens your foundation.


Grow a Good Life is a homesteading blog about the journey to a more self-sufficient life. We believe in a simple, frugal, and sustainable lifestyle, and we are getting back to basics, growing a food garden, cooking from scratch, preserving the harvest, studying herbalism, and keeping a small flock of backyard chickens. We are sharing what we have learned to inspire everyone to Grow a Good Life. Visit <a href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"></a> to…

from Frugal Living NW

Back to Basics: Preserving (learn how to preserve food in no time

Back to Basics: Preserving. Learn all the basics of preserving: canning, freezing, and equipment suggestions!


Back to Basics Decluttering

Calm in the Chaos …

from Candace Playforth

Back to Basics Recipes

Check out these easy back to basics recipes created with only healthy ingredients! They’re perfect for stopping sugar cravings and helping with food addiction recovery thanks to the complete absence of sugar, flour, and wheat. Try these for breakfast or any time you need a sweet treat replacement.


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from Joybilee Farm

The 5 Top Self-Reliant Trends for 2016 (that Grandma found first

Pinterest recognizes these self-reliant trends in their Top 100 Trends for 2016. While it’s true your grandma already knew about some of these self-reliant trends, we’ve gotten far ahead of grandma now. With the wealth of shared knowledge and social media sparkle these trends evolved into a movement. And it's a self-reliant, back-to-basics movement we can get excited about.