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   Feeding a Family of Four on a Budget [Oct. 31, 2014 04:51AM]   
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Everyone is looking for a way to save money. The food budget isn't always an area you want to skimp on because it's a real necessity. Plus, eating healthy might not always seem possible to do on a budget. There are ways to feed a family of four on a hundred dollars a week, though. And it doesn't mean giving up healthy eating or some of your favorite foods either. Follow these tips to save money on your food bill.

How to Feed a Family of Four on $100 a Week

* Shop the sales. Follow those weekly sales ads. Look for the places that have the best prices on the things you need. That might mean going to multiple stores to save the most money....


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   Blueberry Salsa Sparkles With Flavor [Oct. 31, 2014 04:47AM]   
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Pepper in fruit salsa? If you think it sounds odd, just try this colorful salsa. Blended with blueberries and other fruit, dashes of red and black pepper add just enough heat to kindle a delicious combination.

Serve this lively flavored sauce with ice cream and pound cake, as shown here. Or try it as a side with smoked ham, grilled pork chops or chicken.

Fresh blueberries are available year round and are most abundant in midsummer-ready to blend into smoothies, toss into your favorite chicken salad, or sprinkle over lemon meringue or cream pie. You should know that blueberries are loaded with antioxidants. Studies show that antioxidants may help reduce the buildup of cholesterol that contributes to cardiovascular disease, stroke and other age-related diseases....


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   Baking on a Budget [Oct. 31, 2014 04:44AM]   
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Do you love sweets? Has the economy made it more difficult for you to fill that sweet tooth craving? You might have to stop buying your cookies from the bakery, but you can still enjoy those sweets by baking them yourself. Here are some tips to bake on a budget while also making your sweets taste and look professional.

* Buy in bulk. Get ingredients like cocoa powder, rolled oats, flaked coconut, nuts and spices in bulk. These ingredients are easy to store....


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   Batch Cooking to Save Money [Oct. 31, 2014 04:40AM]   
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Batch cooking is becoming very popular. It's a great way to have healthy meals when you're short on time during the week because of work. It also means you don't have to eat out all the time, which saves you money. But cooking in large batches in and of itself is a great money saver. So if you're looking for more ways to save on your food budget, then here's how to do it with batch cooking.

What Is Batch Cooking?

You might be wondering what batch cooking actually is. Basically it's cooking large amounts of food at once to store and freeze for use at a later date. You can do it many different ways depending on what works best for you. If you have a deep freezer and a whole weekend, you could cook up food for the entire month. If you don't want to spend that much time or don't have the storage needed for that kind of batch cooking, then cooking in advance for the week might be a better alternative for you....


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   Breakfast on a Budget [Oct. 31, 2014 04:38AM]   
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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so you don't want to skip it as a way of saving money. And while cereal might be your go-to breakfast of choice, it can get a little boring and start to add up. If you're looking for budget-friendly breakfast ideas, then try these tips. It's sure to give a little spice to your life while also saving you money.

Muffins

This is a great thing to make in bulk (which saves you even more) and freeze for a quick on the go breakfast. There's such a variety of things you can get when it comes to muffins. You can make bran muffins, blueberry muffins, chocolate chip muffins, a fruit and veggie muffin, or a nice pumpkin muffin....


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   Cook a Whole Meal for Less Than $10 [Oct. 31, 2014 04:34AM]   
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Making meals that are inexpensive is something many families are striving for. Having them taste good or maybe even restaurant quality while still not eating a huge hole in your budget can really be a challenge, though. But, it can be done. Here are five tasty meals that can be made for less than $10 each and will feed your whole family.

1. Roast Chicken

Because you can get a whole chicken for very cheap this is a perfect meal that seems expensive, but isn't. Just include some potatoes and carrots in the roasting pan with the chicken and you have a whole meal in one pan that won't cost you an arm and a leg....


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   The Ultimate Traffic System (just got better!) [Oct. 30, 2014 04:50AM]   
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I've been using the autopilot feature at Traffic Zipper for the last few weeks and during that time I've been getting leads and making sales in my sleep.For those that don't know......

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   One Of The Largest And Most Active Mailers. [Oct. 30, 2014 04:32AM]   
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With all the other launches, concepts, and new traffic generation twists hitting the market, here's some straight forward data to chew on about one of the largest and most active mailers on the net...State-Of-The-Art-Mailer!

Email Marketing Evolved!...

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   Adults and Kids [Oct. 28, 2014 07:48AM]   
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Adults are always asking little kids what they want to be when they grow up 'cause they're looking for ideas.
Paula Poundstone

questions 10-28

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   How to Grow and Make Your Own Loofah Sponge [Oct. 28, 2014 07:40AM]   
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The loofah sponge (also called luffa or loofa) is related to squash and watermelon, which are both trailing vines. People use the fruitís fibrous interior for exfoliating the skin in a shower or bath. Rather than spend a bunch of money on a loofah sponge from the store, why not grow one, make it yourself and save money?

The loofah plant has a long growing season. It needs full sunlight and is best suited for hardiness zone 7 or higher, so you will need to know your hardiness zone before choosing try planting them. If you live north of Kentucky, you may not have the success you would like. ...


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