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    Great ideas that I had forgotten about!! Thanks!!

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    I use Gathered table to plan my meals! They have a great budget filter that helps me keep on track. I can even clip in my own favorite recipes to combine with their great recommendations.

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    Default Re: Overcoming a Summer Dilemma- Feeding Teens on the Cheap

    Quote Originally Posted by Emily98126 View Post
    I use Gathered table to plan my meals! They have a great budget filter that helps me keep on track. I can even clip in my own favorite recipes to combine with their great recommendations.
    I use GroceryBudget101.com and the Weekly Menu Forum here at budget101.com! I really can't see spending close to $100 a year to figure out a menu plan when I'm trying to save money to begin with. Although I suppose one could create a free account every week with a new fake email address with that service to avoid paying the fee.

    In any case, you should check out the Weekly Menu Plans Forum there are a few Years worth of free menu plans there. You can pick and choose based on what you have in your own pantry, fridge and you don't have to spend any money to use it.

 

 

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