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Clever Cooking in a Tough Economy

By Helen Hunter, ACSW, LSW, GCM

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MAKE YOUR OWN INGREDIENTS AND FOOD STAPLES
 
Some creative cooks are making their ingredients, such as mayonnaise (eggs, vinegar, oil, salt and mustard) and brown sugar (white sugar and molasses). Others are making homemade bread and using dry milk and water to make regular milk. This saves money and is easy to do. 
 
No one knows what the future holds in terms of the economy. However, with a little creativity, today’s cooks can ensure that they can provide healthy meals for their family. All it takes is a little imagination!

 


Helen Hunter, ACSW, LSW, GCM is an independent geriatric social worker consultant and trainer and spiritual director. She is also a published author, focusing on elder care and family care issues. She is licensed in the states of New Jersey, Florida, New York and Connecticut, she currently lives in Middlesex, New Jersey.

 

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