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Eating out of the freezer and cupboards challenge - part two

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • carinjocarinjo Forumite
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    In: 2 large portions of HM cottage pie. 1 Large portion cooked mince mix.
    Moved most of the HM soup and blanched and frozen veg (from allotment) to shed freezer.
    Out: whole chicken for roast since at home for a change on a sunday. All the veg will be from allotment!
  • MrsStepfordMrsStepford Forumite
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    IN: bag of frozen at sea cod, 2 boil in the bag kippers with butter, bag of 4 frozen wild Alaskan salmon fillets (had no fish in freezer)
    OUT: Red Leicester cheese, chicken thighs, diced beef, minced beef, streaky bacon, sausages. Husband was planning to batch cook himself chilli con carne after getting padron peppers in Riverford box, Over 30C here tho, can' see it happening. 
  • pamsdishpamsdish Forumite
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    IN: 1 Portion sage and onion, 4 portions chilli, 2 250g packs of mince.
    2018 £2285/£2149, 2019 £2000, 2020 £2000, Spend Jan -July £740.48
    JAN £153.45 FEB £100.14 MARCH £138.87 APRIL £53.87 MAY £67.02 JUNE £122.21 JULY £104.92 AUGUST £99.38
    SEPTEMBER £166.66-£15.86=£150.80-£16.73=£134.07-£29.50=£104.57-£11.78=£92.79-£5.73=£87.06-£25.95=£61.11-£7.41=£53.70-£16.21=£37.49
  • pamsdishpamsdish Forumite
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    IN: 0
    OUT: 2 Faggots
    2018 £2285/£2149, 2019 £2000, 2020 £2000, Spend Jan -July £740.48
    JAN £153.45 FEB £100.14 MARCH £138.87 APRIL £53.87 MAY £67.02 JUNE £122.21 JULY £104.92 AUGUST £99.38
    SEPTEMBER £166.66-£15.86=£150.80-£16.73=£134.07-£29.50=£104.57-£11.78=£92.79-£5.73=£87.06-£25.95=£61.11-£7.41=£53.70-£16.21=£37.49
  • joedenisejoedenise Forumite
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    In - nothing
    Out - bacon for sandwiches tomorrow; lamb mince for shepherds pie.  Will also use some frozen peas and green beans

  • pamsdishpamsdish Forumite
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    IN: 0
    OUT: Sausages
    2018 £2285/£2149, 2019 £2000, 2020 £2000, Spend Jan -July £740.48
    JAN £153.45 FEB £100.14 MARCH £138.87 APRIL £53.87 MAY £67.02 JUNE £122.21 JULY £104.92 AUGUST £99.38
    SEPTEMBER £166.66-£15.86=£150.80-£16.73=£134.07-£29.50=£104.57-£11.78=£92.79-£5.73=£87.06-£25.95=£61.11-£7.41=£53.70-£16.21=£37.49
  • edited 8 August at 9:55AM
    pamsdishpamsdish Forumite
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    edited 8 August at 9:55AM
    IN: 0    Although considering popping to lidl, turned to Aldi as closer
    OUT: 2 chicken thighs, 2 pieces cod.
    IN: 3 250g packs from a y.s. mince, 2 smoked mackerel also y.s.
    2018 £2285/£2149, 2019 £2000, 2020 £2000, Spend Jan -July £740.48
    JAN £153.45 FEB £100.14 MARCH £138.87 APRIL £53.87 MAY £67.02 JUNE £122.21 JULY £104.92 AUGUST £99.38
    SEPTEMBER £166.66-£15.86=£150.80-£16.73=£134.07-£29.50=£104.57-£11.78=£92.79-£5.73=£87.06-£25.95=£61.11-£7.41=£53.70-£16.21=£37.49
  • WraithladyWraithlady Forumite
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    Since Thursday:
    In: Weekly shop and Ben & Jerry's was on offer, so 1 normal & 1 DF, yet more blackberries and a loaf of bread
    Out: Turkey steaks for Thursday, Tin tuna (fm storecupboard) and frozen sweetcorn for Tuna pasta salad yesterday, stewed plums. Tonight is roast chicken (from fridge) with salad - courtesy of the veg box. Pork mince and spinach for stuffed cabbage rolls for tomorrow.
  • pamsdishpamsdish Forumite
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    IN: 0
    OUT: Beef
    2018 £2285/£2149, 2019 £2000, 2020 £2000, Spend Jan -July £740.48
    JAN £153.45 FEB £100.14 MARCH £138.87 APRIL £53.87 MAY £67.02 JUNE £122.21 JULY £104.92 AUGUST £99.38
    SEPTEMBER £166.66-£15.86=£150.80-£16.73=£134.07-£29.50=£104.57-£11.78=£92.79-£5.73=£87.06-£25.95=£61.11-£7.41=£53.70-£16.21=£37.49
  • pamsdishpamsdish Forumite
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    IN: 0
    OUT: Tried for a chunk of frozen Donner meat last night for a snack, whacked it in microwave, then could see gravy, thought it was some roast pork and gravy I had saved, put in fridge for today, turned into sliced beef in gravy.
    taken out a bacon chop for tomorrow.
    2018 £2285/£2149, 2019 £2000, 2020 £2000, Spend Jan -July £740.48
    JAN £153.45 FEB £100.14 MARCH £138.87 APRIL £53.87 MAY £67.02 JUNE £122.21 JULY £104.92 AUGUST £99.38
    SEPTEMBER £166.66-£15.86=£150.80-£16.73=£134.07-£29.50=£104.57-£11.78=£92.79-£5.73=£87.06-£25.95=£61.11-£7.41=£53.70-£16.21=£37.49
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