Here are pictures from my Angel Food Minstries pick-up...

Here are pictures from my Angel Food Minstries pick-up...

I know some people are a little leary of what type of food comes from Angel Food. I was the same way my first time. I love it! It has also had a fantastic impact on my grocery shopping too. I pick-up my food today and I posted pictures of the menu and the fruit/vegetable package.

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  1. #1
    jkppkjjkp
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    Default Here are pictures from my Angel Food Minstries pick-up...

    I know some people are a little leary of what type of food comes from

    Angel Food. I was the same way my first time. I love it! It has also

    had a fantastic impact on my grocery shopping too. I pick-up my food

    today and I posted pictures of the menu and the fruit/vegetable package.



    Hopefully you can just click these....



    http://tiny.cc/AngelFoodMenu

    http://tiny.cc/AngelFoodFruitVeggie









    If that doesn't work then copy and paste...



    http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s...nu30July2008.j

    pg



    http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s...uitandVeggieSp

    ecial18Jul.jpg







    Enjoy



    Jeanne








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    Keith
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    While I agree there is a pile of food for the price The thing that

    concerns me other than the veggies and fruit is the high trans fat

    content especially in the pot pies and fruit pie and the highly

    processed chicken,pork and wings that are sometimes in the orders.

    I found that with a strict budget and good shopping I can urchase

    the same amout of "healthy" food for about the same price ,but it

    takes good knowledge of food values to do so.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "jkppkjjkp" <jkppkjjkp@...> wrote:

    >

    > I know some people are a little leary of what type of food comes

    from

    > Angel Food.






  3. #3
    Jennifer Kittell
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    I agree…in addition growing a garden can decrease
    overall budget. We get our years supply of tomatoes for ‘free’ as
    well as cucumbers, potatoes, broccoli, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries,
    and others. Where we do spend money is to purchase raw goat’s milk which
    incidently is about the same price right now as gallon of processed cow’s
    milk. Anyone with 10 minutes a day and two dedicated Saturday’s a year
    can process enough food to make a difference. Just some thoughts.

    Jennifer




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    Candy
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    That would work if you could have a garden but I don&#39;t have anywhere to put one. Not even hanging baskets or in containers. There are kids that live here this year that are going around tearing up plants so I gave up.



    On 7/21/08, Jennifer Kittell[/b] <jen@kittell.net> wrote:

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    I agree…in addition growing a garden can decrease overall budget. We get our years supply of tomatoes for 'free' as well as cucumbers, potatoes, broccoli, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and others. Where we do spend money is to purchase raw goat's milk which incidently is about the same price right now as gallon of processed cow's milk. Anyone with 10 minutes a day and two dedicated Saturday's a year can process enough food to make a difference. Just some thoughts.





    Jennifer




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    Rhonda Bates
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    I felt the same way. The chicken had too much fat and most of the food had too much sugar and fat and I would like my boys to eat healthier.

    Rhonda in TX


    On Sun, Jul 20, 2008 at 1:36 PM, Keith <kazz55@yahoo.com> wrote:








    While I agree there is a pile of food for the price The thing that
    concerns me other than the veggies and fruit is the high trans fat
    content especially in the pot pies and fruit pie and the highly
    processed chicken,pork and wings that are sometimes in the orders.

    I found that with a strict budget and good shopping I can urchase
    the same amout of "healthy" food for about the same price ,but it
    takes good knowledge of food values to do so.

    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "jkppkjjkp" <jkppkjjkp@...> wrote:

    >
    > I know some people are a little leary of what type of food comes
    from
    > Angel Food.





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    Ann Garner
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    Default Here are pictures from my Angel Food Minstries pick-up...

    At 08:17 AM 7/21/2008, you wrote:

    > Anyone with 10 minutes a day and two dedicated Saturday's a year

    > can process enough food to make a difference. Just some thoughts.

    >

    10 minutes a day, and two Saturdays a year????



    Ok, please tell me how this is accomplished in this little an amount

    of time. I know when I was growing up, all 5 of us would spend at

    least half an hour in the garden every afternoon when things

    were producing well.



    Ann in Arkansas










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    Nicole
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    I read somehere. I think it was slickdeals that Aldis prices are just

    as low as Angelfoods packages. There are some low cost grocerystores,

    so maybe it is a better deal to just shop wisely. We purchased

    Angelfood last winter (just before the prices rose to $30) most of

    the time the meat was not even decent qualitu, we didn't particularly

    like the boxed foods and usually the dessert or frozen food item was

    not something we would usually use.



    Nicole







    -- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Rhonda Bates" <Rhonda0793@...>

    wrote:

    >

    > I felt the same way. The chicken had too much fat and most of the

    food had

    > too much sugar and fat and I would like my boys to eat healthier.

    >

    > Rhonda in TX

    >

    > On Sun, Jul 20, 2008 at 1:36 PM, Keith <kazz55@...> wrote:

    >

    > > While I agree there is a pile of food for the price The thing

    that

    > > concerns me other than the veggies and fruit is the high trans fat

    > > content especially in the pot pies and fruit pie and the highly

    > > processed chicken,pork and wings that are sometimes in the orders.

    > > I found that with a strict budget and good shopping I can urchase

    > > the same amout of "healthy" food for about the same price ,but it

    > > takes good knowledge of food values to do so.

    > >

    > > --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com <Budget101_%40yahoogroups.com>,

    > > "jkppkjjkp" <jkppkjjkp@> wrote:

    > > >

    > > > I know some people are a little leary of what type of food comes

    > > from

    > > > Angel Food.

    > >

    > >

    >










  8. #8
    brown_eyed_girl375
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    I actually use less time than this with my method. I use the "Square

    Foot Gardening" method. This method uses essentially raised flower

    beds which eliminates tilling and makes weeding a snap. It also uses a

    more efficient method of planting in square sections as opposed to in

    rows. It shows how a 4' square plot will grow enough vegetables for

    one person for a season. I picked it up from the library and loved it

    so much that I bought it for the tips. I loan it out to friends too.

    I just love it, and I've been using it for about 3 years now. I end up

    with LOTS of vegetables stored in my frezer by summer's end.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Ann Garner <mystique@...> wrote:

    >

    > At 08:17 AM 7/21/2008, you wrote:

    > > Anyone with 10 minutes a day and two dedicated Saturday's a year

    > > can process enough food to make a difference. Just some thoughts.

    > >

    > 10 minutes a day, and two Saturdays a year????

    >

    > Ok, please tell me how this is accomplished in this little an amount

    > of time. I know when I was growing up, all 5 of us would spend at

    > least half an hour in the garden every afternoon when things

    > were producing well.

    >

    > Ann in Arkansas

    >










 

 
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