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wssla00 wrote: »
Spent £24.35 on bits and bobs including food, honey, jam, cleaning products, the AMAZING fabric conditioner form Lidl and some finish quantum dishwasher tabs. I slipped up by buying both ice cream and cornets from Lidl but the two of them together will last ages so not such a bad thing. I'm pretty much set now until OH payday on 20th, which is when my month ends. I MAY however be tempted by an approved food order before the month is out!
Have a good day all
wssla00 wrote: »
It's called doussy softcare (the white one). It's good as my skin is really sensitive but smells super dooper! It's £1.99 I think for 1.5l but it's concentrated so it's the equivalent of the massive ones you get from comfort and the like, so saves a bundle! I really like their cleaning stuff. The smells on them are pretty good!
kippers wrote: »
I was a bit dissapointed today as i have lost various things at my allotment due to heavy snow/low temperatures for so long...all my celeriac's, savoy cabbages, broad beans and purple sprouting broccolii is rotten. I do still have parsnips, curley kale and jeruselum artichokes and leeks left but some of my apples in my shed are also going rotten....this will affect my shopping budget...it's very frustrating....but never mind it's a set back i will need to get over. :(
XSpender wrote: »
Also made some 5 root veg soup for lunches for the next 2 days. Tomorrow I am attempting to cook fresh beetroot for the first time, wish me luck:)
mardatha wrote: »
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