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I was wondering if there is a program where you put your pantry and freezer inventory and then you can delete things as you use them. I just did a pantry inventory last night and plan to do my freezer this week.

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  1. #1
    Michele
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    I was wondering if there is a program where you put your pantry and

    freezer inventory and then you can delete things as you use them. I

    just did a pantry inventory last night and plan to do my freezer this

    week.



    I am trying to grocery shop as little as possible due to lack of cash

    flow this month.



    Thanks

    Shelly









  2. #2
    Laura Sharp
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    If you have microsoft office, the excel program would work for this...

    Laura
    sw ohio
    zone 5-6


    On 7/14/08, Michele[/b] <shellybean40@yahoo.com> wrote:
    I was wondering if there is a program where you put your pantry and
    freezer inventory and then you can delete things as you use them.I

    just did a pantry inventory last night and plan to do my freezer this
    week.

    I am trying to grocery shop as little as possible due to lack of cash
    flow this month.

    Thanks
    Shelly


    [/quote]




  3. #3
    Lucy Anderson
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    I want that too!!! And I want it to integrate to my recipes so I know

    exactly what I can make with whats on hand...



    Being a computer programmer, I shall invent this item!!!! LOL



    Oh - and a coupon database that utilizes my barcode scanner.....



    On Mon, Jul 14, 2008 at 5:53 AM, Michele <shellybean40@yahoo.com> wrote:



    > I was wondering if there is a program where you put your pantry and

    > freezer inventory and then you can delete things as you use them. I






  4. #4
    mhurst1@zoomtown.com>
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    Open Office would work just as well for this and its free You can get it at

    http://www.openoffice.org



    ---- Laura Sharp <digit00@gmail.com> wrote:

    > If you have microsoft office, the excel program would work for this...

    >

    > Laura

    > sw ohio

    > zone 5-6

    >

    >

    > On 7/14/08, Michele <shellybean40@yahoo.com> wrote:

    > >

    > > I was wondering if there is a program where you put your pantry and

    > > freezer inventory and then you can delete things as you use them. I

    > > just did a pantry inventory last night and plan to do my freezer this

    > > week.

    > >

    > > I am trying to grocery shop as little as possible due to lack of cash

    > > flow this month.

    > >

    > > Thanks

    > > Shelly

    > >

    > >

    > >








  5. #5
    J Diane Northcutt
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    Does anyone make their own laundry fabric softener?

    If so, can you share the recipe.



    Thanks,



    Diane












  6. #6
    Kim Mangels
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    I don't make my own BUT I only buy 1 bottle every 6 months or more. I

    use a wipey box and dilute it down(1 cap of softener to 8 of water).

    Then I dip the corner of a dry wash cloth in it and toss it in with a

    load to dry. It works well for me. And it takes out the hassle of

    making my own(even if I had a recipe) especially since I work 6 days

    per week. Kim








  7. #7
    Laura Sharp
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    I just use white vinegar... about 1/4 cup per load... some use the downey ball... others have used the regular fabric softner, watered in down and use their own rag... soak up softner, wring out, toss in dryer...

    Laura
    sw Ohio
    zone 5-6


    On 7/15/08, J Diane Northcutt[/b] <jdnorthcutt@ftc-i.net> wrote:
    Does anyone make their own laundry fabric softener?
    If so, can you share the recipe.

    Thanks,


    Diane




    [/quote]



  8. #8
    Gypsum Moon
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    At 07:20 AM 7/15/2008, Diane wrote:


    <blockquote type="cite" class="cite" cite>Does anyone make their own
    laundry fabric softener? [/quote]

    I don't make anything, but I do use plain white

    vinegar as fabric softener. It gets my laundry

    softer than Downy ever did, and there's absolutely

    no odor at the end of the wash at all except for

    the scent of the detergent - in fact the vinegar

    helps remove odors.


    Cindy in KS




  9. #9
    Char
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    <FONT color="#008080">Homemage laundry softenener is AKA Vinegar <grin>

    ----- Original Message ----- <DIV style="BACKGROUND: #e4e4e4;">From: J Diane Northcutt
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2008 7:20 AM
    Subject: Budget101.com : Home made fabric softener ?

    Does anyone make their own laundry fabric softener?
    If so, can you share the recipe.



  10. #10
    J Winters
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    take a piece of foil and wad it up in a ball. toss it in the dryer. it will soften clothes for many drying cycles.





    rusti




  11. #11
    Liss
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "J Diane Northcutt"

    <jdnorthcutt@...> wrote:

    >

    > Does anyone make their own laundry fabric softener?

    > If so, can you share the recipe.

    >



    My recipes for homemade softener are here:



    http://www.budget101.com/household/laundry.htm



    ~Liss








  12. #12
    Katrina Hartman
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    I mix Downy and white vinegar 50/50 for my fabirc softener.



    ~~*Katrina*~~

    Life is short. Break the rules. Forgive quickly.

    Kiss slowly. Love truly. Laugh uncontrollably.

    And never regret anything that made you smile.



    ----- Original Message -----

    From: Char

    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Home made fabric softener ?



    Homemage laundry softenener is AKA Vinegar <grin>










  13. #13
    Liss
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    <DIV dir="ltr" align="left">Subject: Budget101.com : Re: Home made fabric softener ?
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008">
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008">Another quick tip on fabric softener, Send away for the free samples of the brand name stuff and dilute it.
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008">
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008">Here's a link to the freebies forum (Use the search button to find downy, bounce, etc)
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008">http://www.budget101.com/forumdisplay.php?f=48
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008">
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008"><FONT color="#ffffff">I get an average of 1 a week. LOL
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008">
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008"><FONT color="#ffffff">~Liss




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    Chrissey
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    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Comic Sans MS;">That's what I do. I get the samples and put about half the package into a quart size spray bottle then fill it up with water. A few squirts onto my wet clothes when I toss them in the dryer and they come out perfect!
    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Comic Sans MS;">
    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Comic Sans MS;">Chrissey
    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Comic Sans MS;">

    -------Original Message-------


    From: Liss
    Date: 7/16/2008 5:48:28 AM
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: RE: Budget101.com : Re: Home made fabric softener ?

    <DIV dir="ltr" align="left">Subject: Budget101.com : Re: Home made fabric softener ?
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008">
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008">Another quick tip on fabric softener, Send away for the free samples of the brand name stuff and dilute it.
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008">
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008">Here's a link to the freebies forum (Use the search button to find downy, bounce, etc)
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008">http://www.budget101.com/forumdisplay.php?f=48
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008">
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008"><FONT color="#ffffff">I get an average of 1 a week. LOL
    <SPAN class="905564312-16072008">









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    Stephanie Dark
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    <span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Georgia;font-size: 13px;">I've tried using white vinegar, but we have an HE washer (uses very little water per load), and boy can we smell the vinegar!! Even my husband, who has a very bad sense of smell! Wish this worked for us b/c it would cut down on the fabric softener cost. For now, I take solace that I use very little of the regular b/c HE doesn't need as much as normal.
    <span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Casual;font-size: 12px;">Thanks,Stephanie<blockquote type="cite"><span class="Apple-style-span" style="font-family: Casual;font-size: 12px;">
    I just use white vinegar... about 1/4 cup per load... some use the downey
    ball... others have used the regular fabric softner, watered in down and use
    their own rag... soak up softner, wring out, toss in dryer...

    Laura
    sw Ohio
    zone 5-6

    On 7/15/08, J Diane Northcutt <jdnorthcutt@ftc-i.net> wrote:
    >
    > Does anyone make their own laundry fabric softener?
    > If so, can you share the recipe.
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Diane[/quote]
    <div apple="true">


 

 
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