|Here is a recipe for my favorite rolled wheat bread - Link|
It's important to start building your skills. Here's a look at some basic skills that are a good place to start.
Baking your own bread is healthier and cheaper than buying store bought bread, plus it's super delicious especially right out of the oven! Here's a look at how you can start to learn how to bake bread for your family...
http://allrecipes.com/video/36/how-to-knead-dough/detail.aspx - this is a video on how to knead dough by hand.
You never know what's going to happen in this economy, for example: layoffs, downsizing, drought and the recent rise in grocery prices. Having food storage can help offset these problems during a time of need.
This is what all beginners should watch! I find her method to be great - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOLuIApyNPc
http://everydayfoodstorage.net/about-food-storage - noodle around and get great recipes and see her storage and how to get organized.
This the other blog I like - http://preparedldsfamily.blogspot.com/
Learning to sew can help you save lots of money. Being able to mend the clothes that you have and remake items helps you stretch your family budget.
Here's a link on how to fix those favorite jeans that have worn out - http://monkeyseemonkeydo-jennifer.blogspot.com/2011/11/my-favorite-jeans-fixed.html
Check out the basics in sewing to help you get started - http://holloughby.blogspot.com/2011/06/sewing-tuesday-basics.html
Try these skills out. Try to learn something new all the time and see how your skills increase!