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March 2011 Grocery Challenge

edited 28 February 2011 at 1:01AM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • martafdzmartafdz Forumite
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    First shop of the month, £68.05 from MrM. I'll update shortly the sig.
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    rosiebenrosieben Forumite
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    edited 2 March 2011 at 12:26AM
    M0neysav3r wrote: »
    ... I've a question for those who make their own bread - I got a morphy richards bread maker from freecycle which didn't come with instructions

    I've had 2 breadmakers, prima and cookworks and they both needed ingredients putting in a particular order. I've borrowing my sons panasonic at the moment and that says yeast first, flour etc and then add the water last. The yeast needs to be kept dry until the machine starts mixing

    try here for a manual - you'll need your model no. :)

    and you might be interested in the Morphy Richards BM Club thread ;)
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    In 2012 I pledge to:- Save £1 a day, meal plan, be more organised, have NSDs, set myself a budget AND STICK TO IT, throw all loose change into Sealed Pot and not open it till 29th November.:money:
  • NickJWNickJW Forumite
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    Debt-free and Proud!
    Happy St Davids day to those who celebrate it...I did my bit my having lamb stew :p

    I paid off ALL of debt today - such a good feeling! :D
    Grocery Challenge 14 Jan 14 £46.05/£130

    Grocery Challenge 13 -spent £1453.06
    Grocery Challenge 12 -spent £1565.51

    DFD 1st March 2011 :T
  • rosiebenrosieben Forumite
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    M0neysav3r wrote: »
    Oh dear, another failure on the bread front :( It smelt nice whilst baking but when I tipped it out the bottom of the loaf was an inch thick of flour!! I've found the instructions online and like you say the water should go in first - I will try again tomorrow :o

    the prima and cookworks bm's I had wanted the water in first like yours, but the panasonic instructions say water last - I was a bit worried about having a pile of flour left like you did, but it mixed ok ;)
    ... don't throw the string away. You always need string! :D

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  • lizziebabelizziebabe Forumite
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    Hi everyone :wave:

    A new month and a new challenge!

    Thanks to those who run the thread :T

    Please could you put me down for £180 please for March

    as did quite well last month = still need to plan better,

    Good Luck everyone ;)

  • youngmummyyoungmummy Forumite
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    hi all hope everyone is doing well. have updated my signature, cant remember how much i spent :o... as i updated it early this morning but it is the correct total, we are hoping to move nearer family asap so need to tighten our belt as much as possible. i really hope i come under budget at the end of the year so i have got my MSE hat on and im ready for action :money:. anyway im off too bed take care all xxx
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    make £10 a day in 2015 £261/£4000
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  • pixie1pixie1 Forumite
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    Debt-free and Proud!
    I had to buy two bread rolls and a couple of slices of beef for sandwiches today.

    Rolls x 2 @ 50c, Beef $1.80

    Thats lunch for two people.

    I need to start trying to make my own bread but its all baby steps for me, dont want to try and do too much at once as I will fail at them all lol

    Pix
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  • CheapskateCheapskate Forumite
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    Morning all
    Can you lovely people (who always succeed better than me!) please put me down for £380 for March?
    Everything seems to be getting out of control in this house, including the spending, & it's a real struggle to stay sane ATM! :( I know I hardly post, but I do lurk & must try harder when I see how much less than me others manage to spend!
    A xo
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  • fedupandskintfedupandskint Forumite
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    Spent £13 something in Mr T's yesterday on bits and bobs - went in off list and paid for it!

    I did get some bargain cheese for 45p and 50p reduced from £1.90 and £1.80 and a piece of fish for £1, 6 creme eggs for £1.25 in a box when 3 cost £1.25 on offer and a half price easter egg for £1.25. What else did I get? Oh yes 4 pack of napolina toms for £2 (love those and always buy on offer), some jumbo scampi for easy quick teas and a pack of reduced sausages. Can't remember what else. Anyway I'm staying out of the shops for the next 2 days to get some NSDs in
    final unsecured debt to repay currently £8333
    Proud to be Dealing With my Debt
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