Homemade: How-to Make Hundreds of Everyday Products Fast, Fresh, and More Naturally

Homemade How to Make Hundreds of Everyday Products Fast Fresh and More Naturally For the first time in one book here are low cost all natural replacement recipes for name brand products that you buy week in and week out at the supermarket pharmacy or discount store Save a

  • Title: Homemade: How-to Make Hundreds of Everyday Products Fast, Fresh, and More Naturally
  • Author: Reader's Digest Association
  • ISBN: 9780762109043
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Paperback
  • For the first time in one book, here are low cost, all natural replacement recipes for 713 name brand products that you buy week in and week out at the supermarket, pharmacy, or discount store Save a fortune making your own everyday cooking, cleaning, and toiletry products At the same time, you ll fill your cabinets with fresh, super high quality products at work or tastFor the first time in one book, here are low cost, all natural replacement recipes for 713 name brand products that you buy week in and week out at the supermarket, pharmacy, or discount store Save a fortune making your own everyday cooking, cleaning, and toiletry products At the same time, you ll fill your cabinets with fresh, super high quality products at work or taste great without all the chemicals and preservatives of store bought versions Plus, think green you will greatly reduce the amount of useless, environment damaging waste and garbage spray bottles, jars, and cans For cleaning, laundering, and polishing, the compounds are much gentler and less damaging to drains, sewage, and septic systems The ingredients in most brand name products account for only pennies of the purchaser s dollar and rest of what you spend covers advertising, packaging, shipping, and the retailer s overhead.Try these easy to make recipes Food Staples mayonnaise, peanut butter, breakfast cereals, soft drinks, soups, pickles, and jellies save 50% on homemade salsa Beauty and Health Supplies moisturizers, facials, lip balm, aftershave, decongestant, foot powder, and PMS tea save 90% on aftershave Household Compounds glues, wood stains, ant traps, and houseplant food Cleaning Supplies and Polishes carpet fresheners, cleaners, mildew remover, dishwasher detergent, and fabric softener save 95% on homemade bathroom cleaner Pet Supplies liver snaps, dog shampoo, flea dip, cat litter, pet bird honey treats, and hamster fruit cup save 73% on cat treats Garden Products fertilizer, soil conditioners, weed killer, deer repellents, and snail traps And much Making low cost, natural versions of your favorite name brand grocery items is simple when you know the secrets Homemade is your guide to saving a small fortune by making everyday household items yourself.

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    • Reader's Digest Association

      The Reader s Digest Association, Inc is a global media and direct marketing company based in Chappaqua, New York, best known for its flagship publication founded in 1922, Reader s Digest The company s headquarters are in New York City, where it moved from Pleasantville, New York.The company was founded by DeWitt and Lila Wallace in 1922 with the first publication of Reader s Digest magazine, but has grown to include a diverse range of magazines, books, music, DVDs and online content.



    145 thoughts on “Homemade: How-to Make Hundreds of Everyday Products Fast, Fresh, and More Naturally

    • Filled with great suggestions for homemade cleaning products, garden pest control, and food recipes. Find the best ones on my blog.


    • There is a lot of good information in this book, but it's a bit overwhelming and clunky in its presentation. In the day and age of easy internet searching, I think it makes more sense to search for specific items that interest you (disinfectant? dog biscuits? etc.) rather than wade through 379 pages each time you are in need of instructions for a particular item. I was also disappointed that over half the book was cooking/food related. I'm much more likely to count on my favorite cookbooks or we [...]



    • I got this book hoping for to find a collection of recipes for household products. This book does not disappoint. It is obvious that this book is not written for Prepper's or for any sort of catastrophe where products will be hard to get. It is written for people who want to save money and make their own soaps and things with simple and relatively common products that you can find in your local stores. About half of the recipes in this book require that you have access to common products that ar [...]


    • I’m not usually a big fan of DIY books, and am usually pretty skeptical of some of the Reader’s Digest collection, but this book was actually quite a gem. Many of the home-care recipes are things that I do already, but these are great suggestions if you are trying to lessen your family’s consumption and trash production, plus they offer the added benefit of many of the recipes being less toxic for both you and the environment.Take for example something as simple as lotion. You probably spe [...]


    • This book covered a lot of DIY basics. The good thing is that it contains a lot of information; the bad thing is that you (hopefully) will know some of this information already. Like the sections on making your own beauty treatments and cleaning products were of particular use to me. The cooking sections were pretty redundant - does anyone not know how to make plain tuna salad? And the recipes are very basic - if you were looking to learn more about prepping your own food, there are several book [...]


    • Most of our cleaning supplies now come from this book. We also made bake-able clay last weekend. Great book. Makes me feel all thrifty and revolutionary. And a bit stupid. I'm just now embracing the power of white vinegar. This book teaches you stuff you should've picked up years ago in your grandma's kitchen, had you been paying attention.Edit: there are a few recipes we aren't crazy about in this book so I'm reducing the rating from 5 to 4 stars-- like the toilet bowl cleaner (I'm too impatien [...]


    • Mostly recipes, most of which you can find better versions of elsewhere. The "recipes" for homemade cleaning supplies were good and simple though. But I'd probably never use any of the beauty supply ones (homemade shampoo? I think I'll pass). The whole book would have been easier to read through if it wasn't so self-promoting the whole time. "Sure you can buy lotion, but you can make a better version yourself for pennies!" Good concept, but I don't want to read it in the introduction of every. s [...]


    • This book is fantastic for anyone wanting to lower their monthly cleaning bills or wanting to make cleaning products more naturally. The book goes beyond cleaning, but that's the section we've used the most. Six chapters on food products, three chapters on health and beauty care (including pets), and two chapters on household cleaning and garden stuffs. An awesome and easy do-it-yourself manual.


    • There were a lot of recipes/ideas in this book that I hadn't accumulated yet, and I have accumulated a lot over the years. I love that it is in one compact item. This is going to be one on the buy list and one of these days (Famous last words) it will replace all of the little bits of paper that i have filed away.


    • This book was seriously dissapointing. It was mainly RECIPES FOR FOOD. Lame. If I wanted a cook book I would have got one. Plus, the homemade "products' often used random ingredients I've never heard of.


    • I liked this book and found a lot of the recipes very useful. I do wish it would have included more around the house type mixes and less food and cooking recipies, as I wasn't looking for a cook book when I read it. Overall, a very useful book.


    • Lots of great recipes. I copied a few food recipes, a few cleaning supply recipes and a few medicinal ones down for my household book that I am collect these type of things for. Definitely worth checking out.


    • This was an interesting read, but ultimately it didn't have a lot of recipes that I will use in my life. I really liked the house cleaning and gardening chapters, though. I'd like more information in those areas, and less about how to make home made beauty products.




    • I've been making a lot of homemade products that I've found online. I found some more great recipes in this book! Can't wait to try them!


    • A good range of recipes ranging from food to cleaning products - with many good enough for me to have written down to keep for future reference.





    • Great recipes for easy homemade cleaning solutions. I don't think I'll ever buy a bottle of windex again. I have added this to my wishlist- it's a must have!


    • As a vegan, this book was pretty much useless. Also lots of the recipes in here were not mind blowing. Most were fairly "duh, obviously" to me.



    • there are definitely some recipes I'd like to try but, in all honesty, I was expecting something a lot different -- I don't know why.



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