May 2010 Grocery Challenge

edited 28 April 2010 at 6:30PM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • purplevamppurplevamp Forumite
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    I think it would work ok. I always add my own twist on things and they come out fine. You could make them up and then freeze them to avoid temptation ;)


    BTW this thread was last used nearly 4 years ago :eek:
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  • K9sandFelinesK9sandFelines Forumite
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    purplevamp wrote: »
    I think it would work ok. I always add my own twist on things and they come out fine. You could make them up and then freeze them to avoid temptation ;)


    BTW this thread was last used nearly 4 years ago :eek:

    I have no clue how i managed to post here :o. I was meant to start a different thread, thanks for your reply though :rotfl:
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