The low cost living web site was started by the owner of Down the Lane, one of our clients but purchased by us as the title fitted with a book we published called Low Cost Living.
The book is more about self-sufficiency and green living than purely financial but the web site reaches a wider audience and contains more financial and money saving advice than appropriate for the book.
We were developing a site on frugal cooking which was incorporated into Low Cost Living as frugal food recipes and, as the site has information on keeping chickens, it shares the poultry breeder listing database with The Poultry Pages.
One surprisingly popular area has been the home brewing and wine-making section which includes recipes for country wines.
There is also an affiliate shop and a blog – Green Life about living well and sustainably on a low income.
Low Cost Living receives around 50,000 visits per month from 30,000 unique visitors and serves around 90,000 pages.
Frugal Cooking – Latest Recipes
- April 10, 2016
Sprouting beans and lentils is a good way to get the most out of them in terms of digestibility and nutrients. I often add sprouted beans to Chinese meals and salads, but little one loves his pasta so thought it… Read more ›
The post Spicy Sprouted Beans Pasta
- April 10, 2016
I recently went to a local women’s circle where one of the ladies had brought along a delicious gluten free lemon drizzle cake. Unfortunately when I went to recreate it I was out of lemons, but did have two sorry… Read more ›
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- March 01, 2016
One of our favourite meats is lamb, and although this recipe is for spring lamb really is can be any age – mutton chump chops are just as delicious. It really is worth checking out your local butcher for lamb… Read more ›
The post Slow Cooker Lamb Parcels
- February 01, 2016
When suffering with an abundance of sourdough starter, and not wanting to make a loaf of bread, these sourdough pancakes make a delicious breakfast or lunch treat. They are great with both sweet and savoury toppings, take only a few… Read more ›
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Frugal Blog – Latest Posts
- May 07, 2017
The past month has been hectic, in part due to having made a pretty big decision regarding Gabriel’s education. After a few months at Cylch we became unhappy with how he felt about schooling, the effect upon him, and the… Read more ›
The post Home Educating & Bulk
- March 05, 2017
I’ve decided the biggest growing pains in a little one if the cost on the wallet of new shoes! Clothes are easy, I can make them, buy them second hand, or pick up bits with good resale value in the… Read more ›
The post Growing Pains and Disposable
- January 18, 2017
If you are a meat eater you can’t have helped but notice increasing prices recently, in fact all food has shot up in price. There is a combination of reasons. A poor wheat crop last year (which has a knock… Read more ›
The post Making Meat Stretch &
- December 29, 2016
Well, 2016 was not the best one for us financially, and it took quite an emotional strain as well. With all the extra expenses of an unplanned house move our budget went way off course. We also had a lot… Read more ›
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