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Make Your Own Yogurt

Oct-26-2017 By Frugal 101

Last week I wrote about a must-have item in our home – a bread maker. The bread maker was the first item that I actually insisted on buying (Usually I would protest when my husband wants to buy any innovations). The yogurt maker was the second and so far the last kitchen appliance that I bought. It was only about $20 and it was worth every penny. It saves us plenty of money and the yogurt comes out delicious (and healthy!) Read the rest of this entry »

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Cheap Recipes: Salads

Sep-6-2017 By Frugal 101

I love salad recipes, because they are very hard to screw up and they allow me to be creative. Here are some of my favorite tasty and cheap recipes:
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Your How-to Guide to Cooking Cheap

May-23-2017 By Frugal 101

The biggest mistake people are making while trying to save money on food, is buying cheap snacks and junk food. As a result they end up spending more on doctors and pills. The best way to go is cooking cheap, which doesn’t have to mean unhealthy. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to Make Cheap Facial Masks at Home

Feb-27-2017 By Frugal 101

It is amazing how many different creams and facial masks we see on store shelves. Advertisements make us believe that each of them is the best and that if we don’t start using their particular mask or cream, our face will soon be covered in deep wrinkles or terrible blemishes. We, frugal people, are not that easy to trick. You really don’t need to spend too much money on cosmetics. Learn how to make facial masks at home. It is easy, cost-effective and you will be amazed with the results.

One of the easiest masks which I use a lot, is a yogurt mask. It will work for all skin types. Read the rest of this entry »

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Frugal Recipes: Homemade Pizza for Less.

Feb-13-2017 By Frugal 101

Pizza is considered to be the most popular cuisine in America. It is one of our favorite meals as well. To be honest I ruined a lot of products before I found my perfect recipe. Now that I’ve found, I am sharing it with you. It requires minimal efforts, minimal products and it has never failed me:

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I don’t like to spend extra money on things that I can live without, so when a friend of mine told me she bought a bread machine and was highly recommending it, I just nodded and switched the subject.
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You can easily save hundreds of bucks on your home expenses with a very little effort. Here are some easy tips how to do it.

1.    Lower the temperature of your hot water to 110-115 degrees. You really don’t need it hotter. It will help your energy bill.
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With the economy going down, more and more people discover ways to live on a budget and save as much money as they can. One of the best ways to save money is to learn to cook from scratch.

Making pancakes from scratch can be a nightmare unless you know the perfect recipe. If you know it, it is actually very easy and it will save money.

Russian pancakes from scratch

Russian pancakes from scratch

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22 Easy Tips to Save Money

Feb-18-2016 By Frugal 101

We often associate the phrase “saving money” with something unpleasant, such as not going shopping for awhile or skipping our regular Saturday night out. These would certainly help, but there are a number of other easier ways to save money, which many people are neglecting. The reason for neglecting them is probably the fact that you don’t save a lot of money at once. Every time you do or don’t do something you save cents, but if you make them a habit, you will be surprised how quickly these cents will add up and help your budget.counting money

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I am always amazed at how many cleaning products are available in American stores. I get dizzy looking at bright and colorful bottles which feature “super”, “magical” and “extra strong” cleaning solutions. I always wonder how people in third-world countries or countries where marketing is not so advanced, survive without all these wonderful products…

When I was growing up we didn’t have any “magical” cleaning solutions and mysteriously our house was always clean. Most of our cleaning products were homemade. They were just as effective, and very easy to make. Of course, they were cheap and, most importantly, safe.

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