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      Thank you for your help PJ. The closest we have to this kind of store is Grocery Outlet, but I have never seen prices that reasonable at our store. I will keep looking around.

      If you have anymore cost saving ideas please pass them on. I have learned so much from all of you and especially Liss.

      Thank you all.


      — On Sat, 7/12/08, Pj wrote:

      From: Pj
      Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Re: boneless, skinless chicken breast – was: the cost of homemade laundry detergent
      To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Saturday, July 12, 2008, 10:57 pm

      I live in Arizona. The store is a discount grocers that carries a lot of large quantity, restaurant items. Most have damaged boxes bags or dented cans.

      Some of the regular items I buy there is sugar (50#, $12.99), flour wheat or white (50# 5.99), average rice (50# $8.99), bnls/sknls chick breast (20# .99 cents per lb, or 40# for .89 per lb), ground beef 80/20 $1.49 or less, bread loaves .50 – .75 each, #10 cans of fruit $2.99-3.99, #10 cans pizza or marinara sauce $1.99-2.99, #10 can cheese sauce $4.99, chicken nuggets (Burger King, $1.79 per lb.), Burger King Whopper patties, (36# case $.89 per lb), cases of chips (Lays, Cheetos, Doritos for $6.99, 72 per case,lunch size bag- you see them at WalMart for .25- ).

      I also buy large quantity paper good, like toilet paper, paper cups, paper plates. They also sell all the restaurant style ceramic/stoneware dishes and serving plates. I love those!

      You never know what they’ll have in fresh
      produce, but I can usually pick up lettuce, potatoes, and whatever is in season for a very good price.

      Anyway, I save tons of money on my grocery bill. I’ve been shopping there for years.

      Insane Mom to J, J, N, L, B, H, N, N, N, B, B, K, K, T, S, R
      ages 29y – 14mo (but only 10+ kids at home now)

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