12 Money Saving Tips From The Great Depression

Depression era cooking- 1. Buy it with thought 2. Cook it with care 3. Serve just enough 4. Save what will keep 5. Eat what will spoil 6. Home grown is best When the Great Depression hit about 10 years later there was some history and knowledge in place of how to make frugal meals and how to get the most out of your food supply.

Depression era: when they realized women were using their sacks to make clothes for their children, the mills started using flowered fabric for their sacks. The label was designed to wash out.

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Long ago when things were saved...and there were no plastic wrap or bags...and the well and the pump were way out back--a versatile item was the flour sack!

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Depression - 1936

Vintage Great Depression, De Ouro, Depression Era, 1930S Vintage, Neat Clothes

Little girl during the US Depression in 1936

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Some meals that were eaten during the Great Depression....how many of these are familiar to you?

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Children line up for a cup of soup and a slice of bread in 1934 during the depression (photo from State Library of NSW - NKCR)

Bread and soup during the Great Depression

One-room school most of these girls are wearing dresses made of patterned flour and chicken feed sacks