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There are many reasons to subscribe to Frugal Cooking.  First, it’s free and you’ll get valuable information to help you save money, while feeding your familiy healthy and tasty meals that they will love.  Second, you’ll learn about new cooking techniques and ingredients and get ideas for how to create your own “perfect” recipes.

There are regular posts in the following areas:

  • Frugal recipes, featuring new ways to turn ordinary, inexpensive ingredients into something really special.  Most recipes feature ideas for variations so you can customize to your families tastes and needs
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