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This weekend has been a whirlwind. I went out to do my bi-weekly shopping trip. Because I knew that I planned to film it and do an updated post here on the blog, I posted a link to the original “How I Feed My Family for $100 Every Month” post on Facebook. The goal was to bring my new followers up to speed. Well, it took off, and we had the largest day ever on the blog. Thank you all so much for sharing our posts! It makes such a difference when you take the time to share them. I can’t tell you how encouraging it is after taking the time to write and make videos to know that they actually are a blessing to others. Thank you again, from the bottom of my heart!
With so many new viewers, we got a lot of comments and questions. Lots of folks were wanting to know about the frugal recipes we use. In the past, I wrote a couple of posts called “My Favorite Frugal Recipes.” I shared “Paella and Potato Soup” and “Curry and Vegetarian Chili.”
Today, I thought I would share with you some of the recipes that we use as the foundation for many of our frugal meals. I am talking about the basics. Here are those recipes and how we use them to stay on budget in our home.