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weezl74 wrote: »
[FONT="] As promised, a vegetarian shopping list where 2 people can eat healthily for 3 months on £120:j[/FONT]
Again, I'm happy to post recipes and a meal planner if/when people want me to!:D
BigMummaF wrote: »
All I was going to suggest was---have you checked out the Old Style Grocery Challenge? The May one is now up & running, & there's an untold wealth of excellent recipes for stretching the budget:j Someone else was asking for tortillas & paneer I]sorry..[B][U]Elona[/U][/B] I think[/I & there are definately others on there who could help you.Basically, each person decides how much their budget will be for 1/2/4 wk or calendar month. Most folk go from pay day to pay day, others from first > last days. It's also your decision what is included in that budget; toiletries, cleaning, pets, eating out....then we just post to say how well:eek: we're keeping to it.If nothing else, it's just like Weezl is doing & makes you think about the food you buy. Sorry if I've stepped on any toes, but it seems we are all after the same common target.
shaz_mum_of__2 wrote: »
Have you set youself a cost per meal or dish (sorry if you already posted)
Have you tried red lentil bolognese??
Also in a previous recipe you used canned spinach wouldn't frozen be cheaper??
Shoulder/neck feeling better everday but not able to lift so no work for another week ........................shame!
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