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Homemade Soap Sponge
Here is a thrifty idea on how to Recycle and Reuse. You know how you end up with those soap slivers when your bar of soap is almost gone? Instead of throwing them away, continue to use them...
Mulch and Compost with Vegetable Peelings
Here is a great tip from my friend Josh, for peeling vegetables onto newspaper and then use as mulch in your vegetable garden. This also makes for easy clean up in the kitchen and the vegetable peelings make great compost...
Campfire Pies
Camping tips for creating delicious outdoor cooking recipes with pie irons. Pack your pie irons when planning your next outdoor cooking adventure to enjoy around the campfire. Use your imagination and create your own camping recipes for everyone in your group to enjoy...
Smore Varieties - Outdoor Cooking
Outdoor Cooking and Camping Recipes for easy, delicious smores. Whenever I think about sitting around a campfire, the image of roasting marshmallows and making smores pops into my head, “yum”. Read on for Dessert Smores and Smore Varieties to enjoy on our next Outdoor Cooking Adventure…
A Garden of Herbs
Great herb gardening tips along with cooking tips, food and kitchen ideas for the dedicated cook. Use your organic kitchen and yard materials by recycling and reusing them to create a natural herb garden...
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Scouring Pads
Reuse your orange and onion bags for scouring pads...

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Storage Boxes
Reuse plastic boxes from purchased products...

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Plastic Bread Bags
Recycle and Reuse your plastic bread bags a second or third time before disposing of them. By doing small things every day to recycle and reuse what we already have, can be great Money Savings Ideas as well...

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Posted in: Recycle and Reuse
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Use Vinegar for Fabric Softener
Here is an economical and environmentally friendly, household product to soften your clothes and leave them smelling fresh...

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Posted in: Household Hints
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Thinning Beet Plants
Transplanting overcrowded rows...

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Posted in: Garden Hints
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Celery Ice Cubes
Are you tired of throwing away wilted and mushy celery? Preserve this vegetables fresh taste and texture to add to recipes, when needed. Celery Ice Cubes is another one of those great money saving tips...

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Homemade Organic Insecticide
Homemade Organic Insecticide to spray on plants that have been outside and you want to bring inside with no bugs on them...

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Posted in: Household Hints
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Apple Trees
Looking for a more natural way to keep your apples from getting all full of worms?? Bug and insect catcher...

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Posted in: Garden Hints
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Deer Repellent
Keep deer away from outdoor plants in your yard by mixing up this homemade spray to apply as needed...

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Posted in: Garden Hints
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Cleaning Solution for Needlepoint and Quilt Blocks
Remove stains, discoloration and yellowing from family treasures. Recently you may have come across some quilt blocks left in the attic for years and in need of some stain removal before starting the assembly of a new quilt. Read on for a solution to get you on track for a new project...

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