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A blog about natural frugal living. Includes recipes, some gluten-free, natural cleaners, home and garden, book reviews, bath and body, natural health, travel and places, photography, pets, spiritual health and deals and freebies.

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  • Compared to the Moon
    on Nov 20, 2011 in photography Scripture Pictures
    Scripture Pictures are free to download, with some restrictions. They are protected by a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs License. This Means: You may copy, distribute, display, only verbatim copies of the images, not derivative works based upon it...
  • Blueberry Lemon Cheesecake BarsThis next recipe is inspired by a recipe by Tyler Florence. You can view his version here. This is a very easy and very creamy cheesecake that is sure to please. I've done this as a reduced sugar version as with all my recipes. You can do a sugar fre...
  • Simple Seasoned Carrots
    on Nov 20, 2011 in Thanksgiving Vegetables and Salads
    This is a very easy way to make carrots with some extra flavor instead of just plain old carrots. Simple Seasoned Carrots 6 to 8 carrots, peeled and sliced  1/4 to 1/2 inch thick 2 tsp parsley flakes 1 small to medium onion, chopped 1/2 tsp sea...
  • Roasted Flavor Bursting ChickenThere are many ways to cook a whole chicken. I combined several ways to pack in the flavor and make a very moist and tender chicken. If you are looking for a crispy skinned chicken this is not what you are looking for. We don't eat the skin so that i...
  • Creamed Cauliflower
    on Nov 20, 2011 in Thanksgiving Vegetables and Salads
    This is my version of mashed cauliflower. Very rich and creamy, this is a great alternative for those who can't have potatoes. You could also do the same thing with turnips or rutabagas. I forgot to write down exactly what I did but this is approxima...
  • Japanese Beef and Cabbage
    on Nov 15, 2011 in Dinner Meat and Fish
    This recipe is based loosely off a recipe my aunt from Okinawa gave my mom. I haven't had it in years and I really only remember that it had lettuce, beef, onion, and soy sauce. I want to say she also used beef broth but I can't really remember. I ne...
  • Pumpkin Nut Butter PieIn my last post I cooked up a fresh pumpkin and I ended up with a lot of puree. So, today I decided to make us a pumpkin pie. As I was pulling the eggs out of the fridge, I saw a container of sunflower nut butter I had recently made. I thought, "Mmm.
  • Fresh Pumpkin - Cooking and StoringWell, I finally got around to cooking my pumpkin today. I have been procrastinating. It's not like it's hard but sometimes you just feel lazy. Anyhow, it's a very simple process and you can either use the cooked pumpkin right away or freeze it for la...
  • Out of DarknessScripture Pictures are free to download, with some restrictions. They are protected by a Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs License. This Means: You may copy, distribute, display, only verbatim copies of the images, not derivative works based upon it...
  • Mechanically Separated Chicken
    on Nov 4, 2011 in videos natural health
    I just thought I would share a quick animation with you that is a fun way to get kids or adults to question what mechanically separated chicken is. The process is a bit different than the animation and there are no crazy robots involved in the proces...
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