This week Oily Raggers have some questions and some tips. Firstly, a question that lands some people in hot water!
Savings & Investment
Did you know, according to the Egg Producers Federation, every one of us consumes about 230 eggs a year. That's about as many as the typical back-yard chicken produces in a year.
This week we have a number of money savings kiddy tips to help young parents, and a low cost way to clean blocked drains.
The mail bags have been bulging with fantastically frugal tips from readers. In fact, we can't recall having received so many letters, which just goes to show how popular living off the smell of an oily rag is.
This week we have more money saving tips and a suggestion for Young Mum.
Thank you to all who have offered advice to Young Mum, who is looking for creative and delicious ways to add silver beet into the meals of her youngsters. Well, the oily rag community has again come to the rescue.
This week we have great pleasure launching the inaugural Oily Rag Master Chef competition. We are now taking entries from oily rag cooks across the nation to find out the best oily rag dish.
This week Young Mum asks for help, we have money saving tips from readers, and we journey down the road of rising transport costs.
We have been receiving quite a lot of mail recently from Whakatane, which got us wondering which is New Zealand's top oily rag town?
More and more people are joining the oily rag community and enjoying the wholesome benefits, the titillations, and financial savings of a frugal lifestyle. Here are some of the tips received this week.