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Easy ways to stretch a buck


I am always searching for places to save more money. I’m also always trying to organize.. something, I didn’t say successfully… just trying!! Haha So I love when I come across something that combines both of them.

Chevy Man introduced me to Clark Howard. I jumped on his site and found THIS great page… free and cheap? Nothing better! It includes things like Free directory assistance, Free Online University Courses, Free Media Production Workshops, Where to find unclaimed money, Cheap eyeglasses and so much more! Check it out… Seriously… GO!



I’m in no way affiliated with Clark Howard, just honest love for free stuff :)

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  1. Hi, Brandi!

    I found you through the Friday blog hop. Love your blog, and I'm looking forward to many more posts.

    Happy Friday!
    Laura

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  2. Hi Laura! I'm so glad you stopped by :) I look forward to getting to know you!

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  3. I'm a new Friday Follower! Visit me at www.rockindeals4you.com and sign up for my first giveaway!

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  4. Visiting and following from FF. I'll be stopping by often so I don't miss anything!
    ~Susan
    www.BlackberryJamCafe.blogspot.com

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  5. Oh wow! Great ideas, can't wait to check out all the free stuff.

    Happy Saturday Sharefest!!!

    Alex aka Ma What's For Dinner
    www.mawhats4dinner.com

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  6. love your blog!
    Hey, you won over at http://www.dimesavindiva.com/2010/03/winner-of-exergen-giveaway.html
    please contact me!! thanks!

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  7. Glad I could help remind you about Earth Hour! :)

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  8. sorry about that...thought my email was there.. :) you can email me at
    dimesavindiva@gmail.com
    Thanks!

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  9. Visiting from SITS! Thanks for the link, love free and working on getting more organized.

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  10. Hi...I'm a new follower over from Follow me Friday. Looks like you have some great posts here. Looking forward to browsing around! :)

    Elaine

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  11. Great website. It is really amazing all the free and cheap info and help that is out there.

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  12. Thanks for the tips! I will ahve to check it out.

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How to Make Buttermilk From Regular Milk

Frugal Tip Tuesday is a weekly
series here at Frugal Farmhouse.
I want to share easy tips and tricks
to help you along your frugal journey.




How many times have you started making something only to realize that little container of buttermilk you bought 6 months ago is expired. Has it really been in there that long?

Here is a quick way to make buttermilk out of regular milk.

Ingredients:

-Milk (just under 1 cup)
-1 Tablespoon White Vinegar or Lemon Juice

Put the vinegar (or lemon juice) in the bottom of a liquid measuring cup. Then fill it up to the 1 cup line with milk.

Let it stand about 5 minutes. Then you have Buttermilk! It gets kinda chunky, this is normal. Now you can use it in any recipe just as you would buttermilk.