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    • Pink.
    • By Pink. 28th Jun 08, 11:44 AM
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    July 2008 Grocery Challenge
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    • 28th Jun 08, 11:44 AM
    July 2008 Grocery Challenge 28th Jun 08 at 11:44 AM
    Hello everyone,

    Welcome to the seventh Grocery Challenge of 2008.

    If your new month starts early feel free to join this thread, or if you're still working on your June budget, then keep on posting in the June Grocery Challenge.

    As always this challenge is to reduce your own grocery budget to levels that you will be pleased with, not forgetting that we always recommend that you stay inside your own comfort levels and take things gently one step at a time. Remember that this is not a competition....it's designed to take you and your grocery spending to a level you are happy with.

    If you are new to the challenge I have quoted the advice from Galtizz below which will help you get started.

    Please post into this thread for help and advice and support at any time. Good luck to everyone taking part!

    I have said this before, but for all the newbies to the challenge;

    For the first month I took a guess at the budget but I really had no idea how much I was spending.

    I found the best thing is to have a guess the first month but SAVE ALL OF YOUR RECEIPTS (and yes, that does include the ones from the local shop when you run out of milk ), then at the end of the month add them all up and have a look if you were on budget, if not, it doesn't matter because your budget was a guess. For the next month you can use the total of your receipts and take a bit off to get a realistic budget, just shave off as much as you think you can, it could be £1 a week or £20 a week.

    If you are currently spending £200 a month don't suddenly drop it to £100 - you'll never do it but if you cut £20 a month off for a few months you'll get there eventually without feeling you're missing out on anything.

    You might think you've done everything you can in the first month but someone always comes up with a new idea and, if you try it you often find you save a bit more (unless you are SarahSaver who is an expert at this and could only save more if she turned her back garden into a paddy field and lived on rice ) In the first month I thought, I'm planning meals, I couldn't possibly save any more, but then I started double cooking and freezing, and making soup instead of buying it in tins.

    I've been doing this since Feb but only saved ALL of my receipts last month, it has given me a much better idea of where it is all going. Budget for next month is £80 for 2 of us, I'll start on 30/4. I could probably save more, by eating different foods but I can afford to live on £80, I have saved a lot of money since Feb. and I don't waste food or money any more. So I'm happy with my budget.
    by Galtizz



    I hope everyone has a great month!

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    • Flylady_Flower
    • By Flylady_Flower 24th Jul 08, 2:39 PM
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    Any onion ideas peeps please????:confused:

    GC going OK but need to update spends. The amount of flour & baking goods I have is reaching epic proportions............
    Originally posted by sashanut
    Hi Sashanut, Just found this on google for you - Hope it helps x

    http://www.onions.org.uk/facts/recipes/
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    • Angelraesunshine
    • By Angelraesunshine 24th Jul 08, 2:44 PM
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    just done an aldi shop spent £25.81 and spent about that again ready for august should now only need milk and may be potatoes before pay day i seem to be in my budget still so i am wondering if i missed a recipet somewhere this month??? been such a hectic month and DH went and bought him and the kids a chinese the other night as i had to help out on the pta for there leavers disco.
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    • patentgirl
    • By patentgirl 24th Jul 08, 3:08 PM
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    Mrs MCAWBER /Nikki thanks for ideas found the tea bread recipe will give it a try later
    Sashanut french onion soup with little rounds of french bread or rolls with grated cheese in oven then pour soup over cheesy bread lovely you need loads of onions for that
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    • OrkneyStar
    • By OrkneyStar 24th Jul 08, 3:11 PM
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    Heart shaped cheese biccies
    Hey angelnikki, thought these might make you smile. Heart shaped yummy cheese biscuits. I used the parmesan version this time (20g per 50g SR flour) and also a little mat cheddar (app 30g per 50g SR flour). Made a double batch too, cos they are moreish.
    Also made HM focaccia with basil/garlic topping (Jamie Oliver recipe- let me know if anyone wants it). Its just about to be cooked now, for tea with lidl gnocchi and mozza/tom (came frozen and not tried before so lets hope its edible!). Not spent any money yet today
    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3201/2698892088_f1acf85c6b.jpg
    Patentgirl, do you have the French onion soup recipe ? Not enough onions to do it this week but might buy some in for next week when DH home too and we could have that for lunch mmmmmmmmm
    Last edited by OrkneyStar; 24-07-2008 at 3:14 PM.
    • KAAT_LADY
    • By KAAT_LADY 24th Jul 08, 3:20 PM
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    Morning all

    Declaring my 6th NSD in a row today ...

    Hubby is on duty today -so won't be back until the morning.... so im going to use more odds n sods out of the fridge/freezer
    1. Lunch is a portion of liver casserole(from the freezer) with some veggies
    2. dinner -im going to cook chunks of the huge courgette i grew, with garlic, onions, mushrooms, peppers, beans and peas (need to fetch them in later) then a dollop of cream cheese and 1 of wholegrain mustard... i really should put pasta under it -but think i might just have it on its own
    I am chuffed to little mintballs that i still have the €61 in my purse that i had on Friday evening.... my purse is sat gathering dust . Hubby gets paid tomorrow so my dilema is if i should just whack all the new housekeeping away into the bank and try and get through next month with just the €61 i have :confused: it does sound a bit "low" for the month -but i do have loads in and IF i can just be good and ignore the whoopsies i really only NEED fruit and a bit of veg...
    I think i will check over my meal plan and double check what i have in and what i should need and decided from there. I guess the money will be in the bank if i get desperate
    I know we are off to the NAFFI tomorrow-so hubby can take advantage of the 3 for 2 on whiskey -so i guess "how good i can be" or "how good the whoopsies are" will be the decider well it would be rude to turn my nose up at a bargain wouldn't it

    I need to make myself a new loaf of super seedy bread today -im down to my last 2".. it has stayed as fresh as when i made it on friday and there is no fat in it :confused: ...very nice it is too..and good for me

    think thats about all I have to do today..the rest of the day is going to be taken up x stitching/knitting..ooooh and setting a few more seeds

    have a great day everyone....
    Originally posted by MRSMCAWBER

    hi there mrsmac

    can I please have the recipe for your super seedy bread,,or is it on the recipe page,,, I put sesame and walnuts in mine just wondered what you put in yours

    what seeds are you setting are they winter plants as we need to start putting winter veg in

    thanks

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  • jinky67
    Hello peeps i wish to declare at £172.51
    as the rest of my shopping this month will come out of our holiday budget..
    and can you please put me down for £200 again in August as I will not be here to do so myself
    thanks
    Last edited by jinky67; 24-07-2008 at 3:47 PM.
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    • KAAT_LADY
    • By KAAT_LADY 24th Jul 08, 3:46 PM
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    oh yes please....... does patentgirl have an onion soup recipe as DH has been down the field and got some that the farmer did not want but I think they will last a while really,, they are lovely and crisp and white,,,,,,,,,,,,,, gorgeous
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  • jackiegibbo
    £147.32 for july

    Good luck everyone
  • MRSMCAWBER
    super seedy bread recipe
    Afternoon all

    Just fetched over 1lb of various beans out of the garden I went out to have a bit of a tidy up and thought i'd see what i could find... i also have some carrots and several bright yellow patty pan-and loads more tiny ones on there too .... I will be good and blanch and freeze the beans .... even though im tempted to just steam the lot and have them for my dinner tonight ... NO i must make the courgette dish to use up other things first :rolleyes:

    KAAT_LADY
    I have just set loads more carrots, salad leaves and pak choi..... have sooo many packets of carrots -so i figured that as i have cleared some tubs out i may as well set them ..still have 4 packets left still im sure we can use them

    The bread i did was a concoction Im making a serious effort to eat more wholefoods, seeds, nuts etc and this came out rather well I make it by hand and it goes in a 2lb tin .... tomorrow im planning on making baguettes using similar flours/seeds but the baguette method... fingers crossed -mind they are only for me so i will eat them anyway hubby likes his white hm bread :confused:
    Depending on how the baguetes come out i will post the recipe-once i have thought of it

    Super seedy bread
    • 300ml warm water
    • 14g fresh yeast
    • 100g wholemeal bread flour
    • 100g sunflower bread flour -it has crushed sunflower seed in but you could add your own to normal bread flour
    • 100g rye bread flour
    • 200g granary flour
    • 2tsp salt
    • then i add poppy, sesame, caraway and linseeds -about 1tbs of each
    I made the loaf on friday and it has sat in a plastic bread box all week and every slice is just as moist as the when it was firt made -which surprised me as i didn't add any oil :confused: I think it must be the crushed sunflower seeds, the oil must be helping
    If you like a lighter bread I would swap some of the flour for some white bread flour, but this didn't come out really dense like they do sometimes

    Right i really should get my dinner sorted..not that hungry yet but if i leave it much longer i won't bother:rolleyes:
    have a good evening all
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    • Justamum
    • By Justamum 24th Jul 08, 3:54 PM
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    This was him a bit younger,, I dont think he was in Mcgiver




    this is Mcgiver

    they were both a couple of hunks
    Originally posted by KAAT_LADY
    This was him a bit younger,, I dont think he was in Mcgiver No he wasn't. He was a real hunk. I fancied him in St Elsewhere.

    this is Mcgiver He was also in the Stargate tv series (which was rubbish in comparison to the film)

    • KAAT_LADY
    • By KAAT_LADY 24th Jul 08, 4:19 PM
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    Afternoon all

    Just fetched over 1lb of various beans out of the garden I went out to have a bit of a tidy up and thought i'd see what i could find... i also have some carrots and several bright yellow patty pan-and loads more tiny ones on there too .... I will be good and blanch and freeze the beans .... even though im tempted to just steam the lot and have them for my dinner tonight ... NO i must make the courgette dish to use up other things first :rolleyes:

    KAAT_LADY
    I have just set loads more carrots, salad leaves and pak choi..... have sooo many packets of carrots -so i figured that as i have cleared some tubs out i may as well set them ..still have 4 packets left still im sure we can use them

    The bread i did was a concoction Im making a serious effort to eat more wholefoods, seeds, nuts etc and this came out rather well I make it by hand and it goes in a 2lb tin .... tomorrow im planning on making baguettes using similar flours/seeds but the baguette method... fingers crossed -mind they are only for me so i will eat them anyway hubby likes his white hm bread :confused:
    Depending on how the baguetes come out i will post the recipe-once i have thought of it

    Super seedy bread
    • 300ml warm water
    • 14g fresh yeast
    • 100g wholemeal bread flour
    • 100g sunflower bread flour -it has crushed sunflower seed in but you could add your own to normal bread flour
    • 100g rye bread flour
    • 200g granary flour
    • 2tsp salt
    • then i add poppy, sesame, caraway and linseeds -about 1tbs of each
    I made the loaf on friday and it has sat in a plastic bread box all week and every slice is just as moist as the when it was firt made -which surprised me as i didn't add any oil :confused: I think it must be the crushed sunflower seeds, the oil must be helping
    If you like a lighter bread I would swap some of the flour for some white bread flour, but this didn't come out really dense like they do sometimes

    Right i really should get my dinner sorted..not that hungry yet but if i leave it much longer i won't bother:rolleyes:
    have a good evening all
    Originally posted by MRSMCAWBER

    thanks MRSMCAWBER what do caraway seeds taste like |I dont think I have tried them,, My DH only likes plain white HM bread,, no sense of adventure men have they,,,,,,,,, I cant really do it by hand as I have not much pressure in my arms,,, so will have to do it in the BM


    I was wondering how to keep the bread moist,, so you keep it in a plastic bread box ,,, is that air-tight???

    we have put in some chinese (is it cabbage or lettuce) I can never remember

    we have lots of patty pan in the greenhouse,, I grated the last one into (sorry I forgot) it just seemed to leave me then ,, better have a rest and copy out this recipe,,

    thanks again

    Ann
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    • OrkneyStar
    • By OrkneyStar 24th Jul 08, 4:20 PM
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    Focaccia
    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3085/2698073985_15f0a4ee6c.jpg
    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3154/2698958594_d742813e08.jpg

    This is an adapted version of Jamie Oliver recipe.....thank you Jamie for getting me back into HM bread making

    You need (for 1 focaccia)
    1 tbsp active yeast
    good glug honey (or 2 tbsp sugar if no honey)
    200ml water (tepid)
    300g flour (I tend to use 2/3rd bread flour and 1/3rd plain flour)
    salt (enough to season)- I only use about 1/2 tsp tbh.
    • Dissolve the honey and yeast in half the water (in a large jug), and allow yeast to 'froth'
    • Add this mixture to the flour/salt (make a well in in centre and pour in) and mix.
    • Rinse out the jug with the rest of the tepid water and then add this to the flour, again mix well.
    • Knead dough for 5 mins, roll into a ball and put slits across. Cover and leave until doubled (in a warm place) for 1st proving.
    • In the meantime make a nice topping (I used basil/garlic/olive oil- basically a good handful of basil, one glove garlic, some lemon juice and a good big glug or two of olive oil all processed together).
    • Once it has doubled knead again for 5 mins, shape onto a round tray making it about 1/2 inch thick. Spread topping across and make finger marks on it. Then leave until it doubles in thickness (2nd proving).
    • Cook at 200-220 for 10-15 min depending on your oven. Drizzle olive oil on top once its out of the oven.
    • Ready to eat hot or cold.
    We had ours with gnocchi.
    Mmmmmmmmmmm.
    Very easy and very yummy :rolleyes:
    • Herewegoagain
    • By Herewegoagain 24th Jul 08, 4:31 PM
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    Hiya guys, still trying to catch up on posts, I'll get there in the end
    Now I hope this doesn't upset anyone but Have at last decided to get a BM and have no idea what sort to get, I bet you've all been asked loads of time for advice but please bare with me, any help would be greatly appreciated:confused:
    Most of you know I'm a live-in-carer so my budget is set at work by the Clients, but fro the 28th - 4th I have a week off and will be back in my flat with OH DS, Birthday mum who's visiting myself and my tiny 16yr old yorkie. what, fun.
    This means for the 1st wk of aug challenge, I will have no control over spends at work and will have the extra costs at home, is it allowed to budget separately at home as a hols budget, as I'm confused, is it a hol or isn't it help, I want to do it right as july 1st month and I will come in under budget. IYKWIM

    Sorry for the long post, will get back when I've caught up, thanks guys, it's great to have peeps to run your thoughts past, hugs to one and all xx
    HWGA
    Originally posted by Herewegoagain
    Managed to catch up on thread at last, can anyone answer my earlier questions please, I would be very greatful x:confused:
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    • greent
    • By greent 24th Jul 08, 4:43 PM
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    greent
    Now I hope this doesn't upset anyone but Have at last decided to get a BM and have no idea what sort to get, I bet you've all been asked loads of time for advice but please bare with me, any help would be greatly appreciated:confused:
    Most of you know I'm a live-in-carer so my budget is set at work by the Clients, but fro the 28th - 4th I have a week off and will be back in my flat with OH DS, Birthday mum who's visiting myself and my tiny 16yr old yorkie. what, fun.
    This means for the 1st wk of aug challenge, I will have no control over spends at work and will have the extra costs at home, is it allowed to budget separately at home as a hols budget, as I'm confused, is it a hol or isn't it help, I want to do it right as july 1st month and I will come in under budget. IYKWIM

    Managed to catch up on thread at last, can anyone answer my earlier questions please, I would be very greatful x:confused:
    Originally posted by Herewegoagain

    Hello hwga :-)

    I have a Millers Choice BM - it's ok is the best I can say about it! I prefer totally handmade bread, but it has it's uses. However it makes a tall, square bottomed loaf

    I think quite a lot of people like Panasonic BMs - I'm guessing that's what Panny's are! There are even a couple of threads on MSE devoted to them! They are around £70, I believe (?)

    Check your local freecycle - that's where I got mine from. Try a wanted on there. I'd say get a freebie one or loan of one first if you can at all (freebie from freecycle being particularly MSE!) in case you don't take to it, iykwim. Otherwise it's a lot of money to spend out. Ooh - the other place - ebay - search for BMs within a 10 mile location from you and then you can often collect, as postage is quite a lot due to weight - you can regularly get ones on there used less than half a doz times, even unused unwanted gifts if you're lucky!

    GC budgets are what you want them to be. Personally in your case I'd make the first week of Aug a holiday budget, as it is so different to the norm for you - and then reduce the rest of the month accordingly (although I have a feeelng you have a weekly budget, rather than monthly, in which case ignore that bit!)

    I think you're doing a fab job on a not very big at all budget!


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  • MRSMCAWBER
    Hi there KAAT_LADY

    caraway seeds.... have a slightly aniseed flavour -just dashed to the kitchen and chomped a few to make sure i was right ..its strange because i don't like aniseed at all -but like these in bread :confused:
    Whacking it in the bread machine is fine -i used to use mine to mix my dough -i just added the seeds right near the end of kneading.
    My box is an airtight long thin box i got that came with a big loaf tin inside.. its brilliant, but for the bigger white loaves that "mushroom" i struggle to get the lid on :rolleyes:
    To help keep it fresher for longer you can always add a spoon of oil of spoon of marge/butter (i find oil made the loaves more dense) ..but i don't use anything ...trying to save eating empty cals
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    • Herewegoagain
    • By Herewegoagain 24th Jul 08, 4:57 PM
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    Thanks Greent, thats very helpful, just signed up with freecycle so will go and look, can't wait to have a go. OH always used to make bread,by hand, but now wants to try BM as well.
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  • mandy_moo_1
    evenin all

    well i was really naughty today :rolleyes: i took my gran shopping this morn to M&S and she gave me £4 towards the meal-for-2-for-£10. i would NEVER be this extravagant as i think M&S is hugely overpriced, but as it only really cost me £6 i REALLY needed the chocolate mousse things that were in the offer, and here's the naughty bit...... i scoffed 'em both with a cup of coffee at lunchtime

    am off to update my sig quick before DS15 or DD18 reads this over my shoulder, and find out what a piglet i've been!!!

    • greent
    • By greent 24th Jul 08, 5:12 PM
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    greent
    Thanks Greent, thats very helpful, just signed up with freecycle so will go and look, can't wait to have a go. OH always used to make bread,by hand, but now wants to try BM as well.
    Originally posted by Herewegoagain
    Great stuff! Freecycle is FAB! Not just for getting stuff, but for getting rid of stuff too - we've given more than we've got, but it has kept stuff out of the landfill/ saved trips to tip/ recycling centres. I've made real friends from there too (ie ones I actually meet up with, not just virtual friends )

    You would be surprised what peopel give away, and a wanted is often worth a punt as people will think 'oh yes, I've got one of those lurking in the attic/ shed/ garage' etc but might otherwise not have actually put it on as an actual offered.

    Onto GC now : I am SO close to budget - and need frut juices, cucumber, red & blue milks at a minimum. Might get DH to go to shop, as if I do I am more likely to pick up stuff on offer - and not only do I want to come in under budget if poss, but we have no room left to put any more things!

    Gt
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    • KAAT_LADY
    • By KAAT_LADY 24th Jul 08, 5:15 PM
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    KAAT_LADY
    Thanks Greent, thats very helpful, just signed up with freecycle so will go and look, can't wait to have a go. OH always used to make bread,by hand, but now wants to try BM as well.
    Originally posted by Herewegoagain
    hi hwga

    I have one here I am putting on freecycle you could have that if we lived closer
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  • ANY CHANCE
    Hi
    i havent been here for a while but i need to take up the challenge

    I know its the wrong time but if i get going now then ill be prepared for next month

    this week went shopping at Mr M last sunday spent 60.00 (2 adults 1 teenager 14 yrs who is growing and taller than me im 5.8 and an 8 yr old and 5 yr old they all eat loads and are tall )

    so far we have had

    sausage casserole and green beans and rice
    tuna pasta bake ( tuna pasta tinned toms baked beans cheese)
    chicken drum sticks potato cabbage

    still have in fridge

    mince

    sausages

    corned beef

    cheese

    potatoes

    eggs

    rissoto rice
    Originally posted by ANY CHANCE
    We had omlette on wed tonight its corned beef hash

    my OH started to cook b4 i got home he put onions carrots mushrooms and the corned beef in a pan now he is boiling it he said he put a stock cube in as well
    and making mash to go on top

    surely he should be doing something different
    I thought cook the onions first then mix with corned beef tomatoes and baked beans and layer in a dish then put mash on top then cheese (i wouldnt have put in the carrot or mushroom)

    What do you think? how do you cook corned beef hash?
    Last edited by ANY CHANCE; 24-07-2008 at 5:22 PM.
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