I’ve been making black bean soup since I was in college. I’ve loved it ever since. During the winter our family has Soup Night at least once a week. Soup is warm, satisfying and comforting. And it’s very easy to make.
Everyone wants to know how to save money on real food — it’s the most common question I get. In fact, one of the biggest objections I hear about eating real food (natural and organic food, traditionally prepared), is that it’s too expensive.
But the truth is, cooking real food really isn’t expensive when you know how to do it. There are so many ways to save!
Here are my top 10 ways to save money on real food. Not all of these tips will work for everyone, but hopefully you will find some things that will be of value to you.
Did you know you can safely and easily remove moles, warts and skin tags with apple cider vinegar? It’s fast and works amazingly well. In this post, I include the before and after photos showing how I removed a big mole on my leg using only apple cider vinegar. My assistant also removed a couple of her moles using this technique and my husband removed a skin tag. I also removed a plantar wart on my daughter’s foot, and a wart on my finger.
When I was a little kid, my mom taught me how to make buttercream frosting. Back then, in the early ’70s, this was just how frosting was made. My Grandma Ruth taught my mom how to make it and she taught me. By the time I was in middle school, we switched to those cans of pre-made frosting that you can buy at the supermarket.
Join me in my quest to bring back REAL buttercream frosting! You’ll be surprised how easy it is to make. And I guarantee, you will NEVER go back to the fake stuff.
Almost all caramel corn is made with corn syrup from GMO corn. This honey caramel corn is made with honey — no GMOs! I make honey caramel corn every Christmas as gifts for friends and family. It’s the perfect holiday gift for people you don’t know very well and don’t know what to get them — because everybody loves it!