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catznine wrote: »
No spend day today and I've cancelled tomorrows fruit and veg box delivery, saving me £11.95 and we can start to clear out the oddments of fruit and veg in the freezers instead!
Yesterday I hooked out 6 frozen bananas (loads in there) and made 2 doz choc banana muffins, most of which are packed away in the freezer for packed lunches and friends visiting.
Dinner tonight - mash potatoes, turkey breast slices (from yesterdays bargains) froz veg of some kind - prob carrots and runner beans and gravy. Rest of the strawberries for pudding.
By the end of the week I will need to buy some more eggs but can bake some bread from supplies. Really, really need to keep spending down from now!
Emzy81 wrote: »
Sounds like you have things sorted, didn't realise you can freeze banana's im just about to chuck some away, they are well past the ok to eat phase I need to keep on top of things and not waste them.
When you freeze banana's how long after buying them do you do it?
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