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Save Money With Old Fashioned Cooking!

If you need help saving money on your food budget, I saw the most wonderful book while watching "The Doctors" on TV!  The book is called "Clara's Kitchen: Wisdom, Memories, and Recipes from the Great Depression"

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The doctors on the show recommended the book as a common sense way to eat healthy food inexpensively.  I just thought Clara was adorable!  She also had a video filled with more recipes and her stories from the depression. Check it out! Great Depression Cooking with Clara.

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Guest - Becky on Monday, 08 February 2010 19:52

I think Clara has a number of youtube videos as well...

I think Clara has a number of youtube videos as well...
Guest - Paula (website) on Monday, 08 February 2010 09:43

I am on a quest/journey to cook more "real" foods, too. I have never heard of this book or author. Thanks for posting about it!

I am on a quest/journey to cook more "real" foods, too. I have never heard of this book or author. Thanks for posting about it!
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