7 Easy Rice Recipes For Every Day Of The Week

Today I have 7 easy rice recipes for every day of the week for you. I love rice, especially sticky rice. I know brown rice is healthier, but it doesn’t store as long. Mark and I can only eat so much brown rice before it becomes rancid, which is about 6-8 months. I mainly purchase white Jasmine rice because I like the flavor and the texture. I buy the rice in small bags that weigh five pounds each. I then store the bag in an airtight container, bag and all. I don’t store 5-gallon buckets of rice, it doesn’t make sense for just the two of us. When I was raising my family I would buy 25-pound bags. I don’t use Mylar bags or oxygen absorbers, there are too many variables to chance it. I’m not saying it’s wrong, it just doesn’t work for me. OXO Airtight Containers or Larger OXO Container

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Quick And Easy Old Fashioned Casseroles

I have been digging out some quick and easy old-fashioned casseroles from some old cookbooks for a reason, to save money. I walk past the meat counter and just about choke looking at the cost per pound of hamburger, pork, chicken, and beef. The prices continue to go up and I have no way to raise animals on my property. Plus, I personally could not kill them. It’s who I am. I guess my husband and I will become vegetarians. I will use my canned meats and freeze dried meats I have in storage until the prices come back down.

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Frugal Meals You Can Make In One Hour

You can make frugal meals in one hour every day, you really can. You can mix up the ingredients for 15 minutes, or so, and bake the dish while you fold the laundry. Let it bake for 45 minutes if the recipe has that time period for baking. You can even freeze them ahead of time and then defrost the dish in the frig the day before and then bake them in less than one hour. Life is good when we don’t have to think about what we want to fix for dinner, right?

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Great Depression Meals-Are We Eating The Same Meals Today

Great Depression Meals-Are We Eating The Same Meals Today? I asked a question on Food Storage Moms Facebook page to see what people are doing to save money on groceries. Oh my goodness, the prices just keep escalating at the grocery stores. How can families feed themselves? I am sharing responses on this post from real people just like you and me on how they are trying to cut food costs.

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