This Sunday, our church had a potluck lunch. Since Saturday was my birthday and I was working, Micah made this curried fake chicken salad. It’s positively delicious–made with tofu, but it tastes rather like an egg or chicken salad. The texture is more like egg than chicken. Even Micah, who’s a little leery of tofu, enjoyed it. And as long as you’re up for chopping, it’s a real cinch to make.
Now for some good posts from across the PF blogosphere. I’ve stuck with the M-Network this morning:
- From Patrick at Cash Money Life — How to Save Money on ATM Fees. Good advice to avoid paying ATM fees every month. Seven withdrawls a month at $3 each is $21 a month. Use these tips to pay none.
- Single Guy Money started his series on How to Avoid Identity Theft. Speaking of identity theft, I’m using some of my birthday money to buy a shredder.
- A guest poster on Gather Little by Little asks: Should the Church Use Debt? While I was in in college, the church I was attending wrestled with this problem. They ended up with virtually no debt, but some of the members didn’t think they should take on debt at all.
- Paid Twice recalls being overwhelmed by people paying large sums toward their debt. This is how she paid what she could.
- Lynnae at Being Frugal realized again how important her budgeting is when she wasn’t able to do it while she was moving.