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    I got a cheque from my lawyer due to an overpayment so I spent some on this and the rest will go to bills.
    -12 cans diced tomatoes
    -4 bags wheat germ
    -2 lg bags oatmeal
    -44lbs flour
    -66 lbs rice
    -6 bags pasta
    -12 bags of chinese noodles
    -20 cans of chef boyardee
    -30 cans of baked beans
    -2 jugs of oil
    -1 jug of vinegar
    -24 double rolls of tp
    -30 pkgs of seasonong mix
    -6 bottles of hp sauce
    -6 L of pickles
    -3 lg bottles of dish soap
    -10kg bag of sugar
    -2 boxes of cornstarch
    -container of baking powder
    -lg jar of yeast

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    5 LBS of honey
    bean thread noodles

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    Default Update.....

    Saturday I got 6 dozen large eggs for 1.19 each at a one day sale

    Today I got out to the next town and got....

    Two fresh turkey breasts for .99 a pound I have one in the oven for tonight and one in the freezer

    10 boxes of Walmart brand hamburger helper meals for .96 each
    6 boxes of Walmart Rice a roni meals for .66 each
    A large bag of dried pinto beans
    a bag of dried navy beans
    one 5 lb bag of Kroger brand flour 1.83

    When our tax rebate comes I plan to go and stock up on many things before the prices go up! I need salad dressings, peanut butter, canned veggies, oatmeal, pancake mixes, crackers, etc.

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    I added
    3 sticks of solid deodorant @$1 each.
    2 No-name bottles of Claritin, buy one get one free

    I need to find a good deal on tp!!!

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    question for brainyblone:
    Where do you find good deals on Rotel?

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    I added the following:
    20 pounds Bacon $1.00 per pound
    20 pounds Chicken Quarters .39 per pound
    15 Can Peachs, pears , and fruit cocktail 29oz. size $1.00 per can
    3 WHole Fryers .45 per pound
    2 Chuck roast 1.74 per pound
    7 Taco mix 7/1.00
    15 pounds Pork Chops .99 per pound
    24 cans veggies 3/1.00


    Will go tomorrow and pick up bread 2/1.00, eggs .99 per dozen, Hamburger .99 per pound. Got a raincheck for the fruit cause they were out of some I wanted. I will price match at Wal-mart later on in the week. Hoping to get 40-50 more cans.

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    I found boxes of taquitos(30 packs) on sale for $0.35 each. I bought 16 boxes.

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    I added
    Five packs of Cottonelle TP (to my already large stockpile of TP), .49 for the single roll 4-pk.
    Four boxes of cereal, Chex and Cheerios for .50 each after coupon/sale

    The sales were not good the second half of the month, so I have been mainly "needs" shopping, and not stockpiling.

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    8 bags of Mission Tortilla chips
    6 cans of refried beans
    1 box tampons (I don't need them at the moment)
    8 lbs of ground beef
    40 pounds of rice (we were almost out)
    4 pks. of taco seasoning
    8 pks. of soft tortillas
    2 jars of salsa
    5 pks of bologna (for Dh's cousin who lives with us)
    4 Arm & hammer laundry detergents
    5 full size Mayo
    14 8oz. mayo
    4 cans baked beans
    5 pks. of kool-aid (we don't drink it much, so that's stocking up...lol)

    total spent including regular groceries: $37.00

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    This is my first addition. I thought I did all right with $25 for 31 items at Aldis.

    4 jars spaghetti sauce
    2 jars each peanut butter and jelly
    9 pounds rice
    4 cans of pears
    6 boxes mac&cheese
    3 cans corn
    3 cans green beans
    2 cans cream of mushroom
    4 pounds (I think, 2 huge boxes) quick oats

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    Just got back from the store...only spent $69, and I hope that will last for the week (6 of us). Was able to add 4 pkgs of Ortega Taco seasoning for 4 cents each! Gotta love those double coupons! Also picked up a can of mushrooms and Bush's baked beans. Those items are truly for the stockpile, the rest I bought will be gone by next week!
    Oops, forgot the 4 bottles of Citre Shine shampoo for 25 cents each!
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    Got a deal today on fresh Portobello mushrooms. My husband loves them. They usually run 3.99 for 8 oz. pack - 2 -3 large mushrooms.
    I got 14 packs at .25 per pack, at the scratch and dent store. I will be slicing and freezing this afternoon!
    Would have gotten more - but 14 was all that was in great shape. Rest looked a bit yucky.
    Made my dh happy today. as well as my pocketbook!!!!
    Got 3 doz. eggs at Kroger - .99 per doz.

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    This week for the stockpile I picked up:
    2 pkgs hamburger buns (marked down to $.60) for the freezer
    3 cans tuna
    4 cans kidney beans
    1 jar peanut butter
    1 jar grape jelly
    2 jar spaghetti sauce
    4 cans tomato sauce
    2 cans peaches
    3 cans pears
    6 boxes cake mix
    4 bottles BBQ sauce
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    I added some granola bars(the hard crunchy kind), fruit drink mixes.

    For the RV I got some holding tank stuffs for the summer (On SALE!).
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    I stocked up on meat, flour, and rice today. Flour was a little over a buck for 5 pounds, and I also got 15 pounds of rice for about 3 bucks. I've decided to only buy meat if it is $1.99 a pound or less. (never thought I'd be saying that). So I found boneless pork loin roast, boneless beef roast, whole chickens, chicken thighs, ham, hamburger, and catfish nuggets that all fit into that price range or lower.
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