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    5 manly deodorants for dh.
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    Added a bit, from Walgreens:

    4 8oz packs of shredded mild cheddar, 99 cents each
    4 boxes instant pudding 25 cents each
    2 cans vegetable broth, 50 cents each
    2 cans pineapple, 65 cents each

    I wish I had more room in my freezer! I'd go back and get more of that cheese if I did, as that is the lowest price I've seen in at least a year.

    I also visited a friend at the organic farm where he lives/works, and he sent us home with a huge bag of mixed greens. About 1/4 of that went into soup last night. I'm considering drying some of what's left.

    When I came home, I discovered that I'd been left large bags of calamondins and lemons. Looking at Indian Spicy Lemon Pickle recipes now....

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    today I added

    - 4 18 oz things of PB
    - 4 lipton sides
    - 10 boxes of cereal, great sale!
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    flat of chicken noodle soup
    flat of spaghetti rings
    4 bottles baby shampoo
    16 rolls of TP
    another bag of beans
    another bag of rice

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    Today I added.........

    25 lbs of flour
    10 lbs of sugar
    10 lbs pinto beans
    10 lbs of rice

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    bottle of exedrin- free
    6 deodorants- free
    cottonelle moist wipes- free

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    WOW~ You get some great coupons in the US. We barely get any in Canada and no one doubles coupons

    I've added:
    1-32 use Purex HE detergent($5.99)
    1-210 use Ecos HE deterents($15)
    12-cans Campbells tomato soup
    12 boxes KD
    12 boxes shells and cheese
    20lbs flours
    5 lbs brown sugar
    1 can pam(bought 2, using one).

    I'll add a little more next week, I think, depends on the budget I guess.

    Need to do an inventory and organize my pantry items.
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    My latest windfall was 14 half gallons of Silk Soymilk for .88 each!
    I had a raincheck from Shoprite for $1.88 unlimited amount and a whole mess of coupons! I had about 7-8 already so this will keep me stocked up for a while.

    I use soymilk to cook with in place of cow's milk...it's cheaper right now. I love to make pancakes and waffles with the Vanilla soymilk....yummy! It's also great in smoothies. DS will drink chocolate soymilk occasionally and I sometimes use it in cakes and puddings. It has alot of uses...especially at .88 cents each! (long shelf life too!)
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    12 bottels of Motts apple juice
    8 6-packs of applesauce
    8 bottles of honey
    4 jars of mayo

    And some other things but those were the big money savers.

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    22 Jars peter pan free
    24 jars Ragu .49
    15 Electrasol power tabs free
    8 Carver dog treats free
    swanson broth 4 cans .40
    wheat berries #50 pounds

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    lets see:

    I got 2 - 8 packs of paper towels
    2 bottles of tide detergent
    6 bottles of dawn dishwashing liquid
    2 cans of air freshner

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    I just got milk really cheap so I got two bags. going back for more and freezing them!

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    3 big packages toilet paper
    Friday I'm picking up 10 cans of tuna fish.
    Feb 1st picking up 4 big coffees
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    6 vegetarian baked beans - $0.90 each/B1G1 sale
    12 lbs Angel hair noodles (not big noodle eaters so that's a year's supply for us) - $0.65 each/B1G1 sale
    2 - 11 oz Maxwell House coffee - $0.70 each/B1G1 sale plus 2 coupons
    5 boxes frozen stuffed chicken breasts - $1.25 each/B1G1 sale plus 5 coupons
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    I got 7 packages of farmland ham for .50 ea
    7 rolls of farmland sausage for .50

    I won't have to buy those for another 6 months probably

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