A Fruitful Visit to the Food Cupboard, and What the Food will be Used For

Yesterdays food cupboard visit went well. My nephew went with me and we were able to carry everything home on our walk back. We brought the canvas bags so as bot to be wasteful. This is what we received: a┬ávegetable platter: carrots, broccoli, celery and tomatoes with dip a head of cabbage a head of cauliflower a container of cherry tomatoes a loaf of bread … Continue reading A Fruitful Visit to the Food Cupboard, and What the Food will be Used For

Cheap Lunchbox Ideas

Children love cold pizza. You can pack a slice of pizza and add to the lunch box or pack whatever you like. Maybe a banana or a kiwi. Those are the cheapest fruits. You could also add some carrot sticks and some water to complete the meal. ****** If your children like fruit cocktail, applesauce and the like, do this instead of wasting your money … Continue reading Cheap Lunchbox Ideas

Preserving Food

You will notice that another page has been added to the blog. It is called Preserving Food, and can be found by looking at the top of the page or by going to https://livingthelowincomelife.wordpress.com/preserving-food/. As of now, I am only freezing. I do not, at this time, know how to can anything. I hope to learn this art in the future. I hope that you … Continue reading Preserving Food