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rosieben wrote: »
potatoes should keep for a while if they're kept in the dark - I put mine in an old shopping basket and cover them with newspaper
Missus_Aka wrote: »
Have spent £125.36/£180 of my yearly stocking up budget it sounds like a lot but from this i have:
Years supply of bleach
Years supply of fairy washing up liquid
Years supply comfort softener
Years supply shower gel
Years supply toothpaste
Years supply washing powder
Years supply crunchy nut
6 months mr muscle oven cleaner
6 months shampoo/conditioner
2 months toilet roll
6 months supply colour catcher
Will buy some more stock up items from home [email protected] tomorrow on the way home, all good offers anyway......tuna gone down to £2.19 @ home [email protected]
January Grocery Budget is at £131.08 for the month, will probably just get another lot of chicken breasts with the change and some juice will probably stretch 2 meals
Mothership wrote: »
Things you’ll need to get started…
I usually go shopping for specific items when I know the store has them on offer. When I reach the check out I put them up separately, put the change and receipt in the 2nd Purse.
Jolaaled wrote: »
Ooooh, Mothership. I love your technique of putting your deals through as a separate transaction to your day-to-day shopping. This will really help me keep tabs on my purses!
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