One of the ways to save at the grocery store os to be flexible. I never make meal plans until I have shopped. Case in point. I used to get huge pizzas from SAFEWAYS when it was five dollar Fridays. Thos time, the five dollar pizza was kale and feta cheese and was small. It would be no bargain for our family, I don't even think that vegetarian daughter would be so inclined. I did find grapes for. 3/5, and beef tips for 4.75 on just for u. A gratin potatoes were .99 and I had a coupon and minute steaks were cheap enough to for into the budget. Cheese was five dollars. If you buy it every time ot os five dollars, you never get stuck with eight dollars a brick. We have been grating our own and freezing it. I only spent 3800 and got a lot of protein.
At ALBERTSONS, I got Yoplait for .34 I used the in ad coupon and a paper coupon from the newspaper.
This is the time to print coupons,the new batch is released today. The big ones go faster.
You can print two per item. Please don't print any you wouldn't use. They are limited. Leave them for someone that will use them. I only pick real food usually.
I bought some sprinkles from Joanne's for reindeer food. I want to use edible things on case some kid decides he's going to try it. I thought I would do reindeer food instead of snowman soup this year. All I have to buy now is some food grade small bags. I'm thinking the dollar store.
The USDA has stats on several budget types for different age groups and gender. Google USDA cost of food at home.
It's a good benchmark. We spent more last month because it was a good time to stock up on canned and frozen. Come fall the new crop is packed and the old crop is put on sale.
I guess that's all.
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