September 4, 2004

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All-Purpose Convenience MixThis mix is easy to put together. It will store for up to a month refrigerated, longer if frozen.

 

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Oil and Vinegar Base For Different Salad DressingsYou can use this basic oil and vinegar mix to make a variety of different salad dressings.

 

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Spaghetti Sauce Seasoning Mix and RecipesThis recipe makes the equivalent of 8 packets of a similar mix that you can purchase at the store. Great for flavoring Spaghetti Sauce with Meat and for making Sloppy Joes.

 

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Corn Bread Convenience MixPut you corn bread ingredients together ahead of time. Also some tasty recipes using this convenience mix.

 

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ThriftyFun News September 4, 2004 - Convenience MixesOnline version of the ThriftyFun News. Convenience Mixes. Volume Six, Number 34 September 4, 2004

 

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Freezing Meat Without Freezer BurnWhen I purchase family packs of meat I individually wrap 1 meal servings in plastic wrap and then in TinFoil (shiny side out). I have never had freezer burned food. Katz from Alberta

 

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Mercola.comMercola.com has an excellent free newsletter that has great tips on nutrition, and what foods cause what kinds of allergies, milk, things that are unhealthy for kids. I would consider this required reading for any new parent to be, or even long time veteran parents who want to keep on top of the health scene! My children have benefitted greatly by the food articles, and the sugar free substitute articles. There is no better place to go for accurate information. The most wonderful place to go for parents who want to clarify the vaccine issue. Race Against Thimerasol

 

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Keeping Eggs FreshMy mom told me she keeps eggs longer by turning her carton upside down once a week. This keeps the yolk in the center of the egg instead of it falling to one end as it ages.

 

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