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Eating bird seeds to save money
edited 5 December 2022 at 1:26PM in Old style MoneySaving
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ROFL, missed that one
Being careful with my money and trying to be as MSE as possible means i can shop in M&S and Waitrose as well as cheaper SMs!
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But wild birds are not pets. Wild birds would love peanuts and seeds with a few grubs left in them, humans wouldn't.
I really dont understand why if buying seeds for the nutritional value and benefits, why you would want to buy and eat something without researching it properly before spending your cash, especially when the product is being bought with money savings in mind.
I find it highly offensive to have these things then claim to be on the breadline. However that's acceptable by most.
Just go to a foodbank. If you cant get referred got to a food share / food re-use /food larder organisation.
Some larders have to much food.
As others have said not safe to eat pet food lol