I did go to Fred Meyers yesterday. Unfortunately, my husband had the ad and misplaced it.
So,from memory, here goes
Pumpkin pie was 3.99
There is a big .88 sale
Mac and cheese and other entres I'm the frozen section.
The tangerines looked discussing for five dollars.
Acorn squash was a buck. Last time they charged me for two, I got one. You have to stand in line to get your money back.
There are more sales, but off hand I can't remember them. I spent forty dollars, so I know there was more than that.
On another note, I had noticed that when I did the dishes after my daughter had cooked ground turkey, it had more saturated fat than I have when I cook good hambirger. That lead me to some research. There is no negilagible difference between the fat content between ground turkey and good hamburger. Turkey has 18/100 less fat in a standard serving.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s “Food Sources of Selected Nutrients” table for iron lists 30 of the foods highest in the mineral. Of that list, five of the foods are cuts of beef. Turkey does not make the USDA’s list of top iron-rich foods. The top beef selections are 3-ounce portions of chuck roast, bottom round, rib roast, ground beef and top sirloin. These beef selections provide between 2 and 3 milligrams of iron per serving.
A serving of prime rib has no sodium. The price of turkey and good beef is just about the same. I have found good beef cheaper than the five bucks for 20 ounces that I usually see it for.
Dragnet quote , just the facts!
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