When I pick organic bell peppers from our little garden next week, the family will be thrilled to have fresh, yummy produce. Plus, my husband will be glad we saved $2-$3 per organic pepper that we didn’t have to buy at the store. Simple living with some throwbacks to Grandma’s day has so many benefits!
One benefit of simple living can be financial savings. And because of the aim to be frugal with even MORE than money, we started the Clean Couponing blog. We’re also looking for ways to be frugal with air, water and soil that we want to preserve for the next generation of gardeners. We’re looking for ways to get the best nutritional value from organic, non-GMO foods. We’re mindful that some families need gluten-free options or have other special needs.
We’ve had fun sampling some cleaner versions of food that you might consider part of America’s food heritage, and we’re blogging about that over at Clean Couponing. We’re also sharing links, as often as possible, for coupons the can help you save dollars on the foods and other products that you really want.
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