The very basics in our pantry, and the range of foods we can cook from them!
I am not a big drinker of preserved juices and syrups, but this one is undoubtedly my favourite! It is refreshing, not as sweet, and just a little different.
We can learn a lot about frugality from our frugal forbears. Here are 5 frugal tips and tricks, inspired by WWII!
We here at Frugasaurus encourage you to be bold! Like Bilbo, go on those adventures! Work on that amazing dream! Cut your hair without an expensive salon!
Don’t break the bank trying to buy everyone stuff this Christmas. Insource it, make it yourself, or make do without and just enjoy each other’s company!
Solid soap gets a bad rep, but for no good reason. Here we give you a quick intro to soapmaking, plus resources you can use to learn more, just in time for making a batch for the holidays!
This Friday I encourage you to spend nothing. And not just today, but for several days. Create the habit, and build contentment with what you have.
Oats are a humble and mighty source of energy. They’re cheap, filling, and keep hard-working people going for hours at a time. If you are not yet incorporating oats into your daily routine, give oats a chance!
Do you mend your socks? We do! It might not save us bucketloads of money compared to buying cheap socks, but its an enjoyable autumn activity and a gateway drug to other mending. Get darning!
Fermenting is a fun and easy way to preserve food. If you’re lucky, you might find it provides a gateway drug into the sharing economy as well!