granola and laundry soap

Just got my granola recipe the way I like it. Tomorrow, I'm onto homemade yogurt and velveeta. I really like making things myself. I know what I'm feeding my family and most of the things I've been making are actually cheaper than store bought. I made a batch of granola (about 8 cups) for about $1.50 or less. The boxed granola cereal is around $5.00 and you're lucky if you get two bowls of cereal out of the deal. I also made my second batch of laundry soap. I added a 2nd bar of soap ($.50) and it doubled the strength of my 5 gallons of laundry soap. I'm having a ball. Soon, I'll be getting some vanilla beans and some kefir grains and working on that. I'm also looking for a recipe for Korean rice cakes - having trouble with this one, but if I don't find one, I might just fake it until I get it right. Tonight we had Korean pork on the grill - never grilled it before and it was delicious - better than BBQ if you ask me and much healthier. I'm off to eat some of my homemade granola.

If you'd like my recipe, you can find it and several other healthy recipes and ideas posted on welltellme.com.

Be Blessed.

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