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Frugal Eating in the New Depression

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Putting a decent, hearty meal on the table in these hard economic times isn't easy, and these two gals know it.

Molly endured gut-wrenching financial ruin due to a string of family health problems while Daisy fled an abusive marriage to find safety in a domestic violence shelter and then go from there to care for herself.

They both thrive today because they reached back to
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Kindle Edition, 224 pages
Published September 25th 2016
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M. L. Gardner is the bestselling author of the 1929 series. Gardner is frugal to a fault, preserving the old ways of living by canning, cooking from scratch, and woodworking. Nostalgic stories from her grandmother’s life during the Great Depression inspired Gardner to write the 1929 series—as well as her own research into the Roarin’ Twenties. She has authored nine books, three novellas, one book ...more