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Grow Your Own Food & Vegetables

Grow Your Own Food & Vegetables

This week's Thrifty Thursday tip focuses on growing your own food & vegetables! Save time & money at the grocery store by having your own meat & produce on-hand at home! Many garden veggies are able to be canned or frozen. And, buying a quarter or half beef or pork from a local farmer to have in your freezer, is actually cheaper because it reduces costly processing fees that big meat processing plants tack on. 


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