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- April 13, 2005 at 3:30 pm #250717Guest
can i ask where you live? here in southern california, prices are outrageous…
a quart of lowfat milk (1%) is at least $2.50 if not more… and it’s just twoof us, so i won’t buy a gallon (which is $5 anyway)… i buy meat/chicken in
bulk, we eat healthy food, and i still spend close to $75-100 a week.. and that
doesn’t include my household goods, which i buy usually at target or walmartbecause i can go there once a month and stock up for less… i think this it’s
great if you can feed for less, but i suspect location is a big factor,
too….congrats on your frugalness!!! frugability???
making up new wordshere….
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2005 06:23:52 edt
from: krysiany@subject: re: *kris*re: feeding your family for 12 dollars
A typical breakfast would be oatmeal or cream of wheat on weekdays and
pancakes or omelets on weekends.
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