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skilly wrote: »
been useing things up from my freezers i seem to take one thing out and put 2 or 3 things back in :eek:.is just me that has this problem ? .
Flat_Eric wrote: »
I am about to embark on a 395 no spend challenge and full details can be found here http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?p=38170080#post38170080 if you would like to follow my progress.
I know this isn't grocery challenge related but Im sharing it because its also my aim from hereon in that I will only buy stuff from the supermarket if its on my list and if it forms part of my meal plan. no more spends just because the item is on offer ! I want to make savings wherever possible and the grocery challenge is certainly one I can make inroads.
slbhill wrote: »
Did my big weekly shop at MrT's last night, took longer than normal due to all the price checking but I did very well sticking to my list, and even with all the freezer stuff (restocking after defrosting it last week) I only spent £59.81 - v impressed with myself as usual weekly spend is £50ish.
I did splash out 35p on a pumpkin reduced from £1.99 in the aftermath of Halloween! Ok they were only about 75p before Halloween but it's still cheap. Any suggestions what to do with it??
I found a lovely looking recipe for pumpkin & almond cake but it needs 200g of ground almonds which are stupidly expensive at £1 for 100g :eek: That would rather counteract the saving LOL.
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