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    The Mrs. Bairds website has an outlet finder under "our Company"

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    We have an Aunt Millies outlet and I get wheat pita breads for 39c and bread loaves of all kinds for the same price. I go about every other month and stock up. We don't eat a lot of bread but we love pita bread.

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    We have a Nickles outlet in town and I LOVE it, I've been known to come out with 20+ loaves of bread if they have the good stuff in there. I've been able to get their WONDERFUL multi grain breads for
    .70 a loaf, normally over $3.00 a loaf.

    Also buns 4/$1.00 on a good day,angel food cakes for .79, creme sticks for .79

    Yep, love the "used bread store" as we call it, can't make myself pay full price anymore at the grocery.

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    The wonder bread outlet here is as high as the stores.
    I can get it cheaper at Aldi's

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    We have a Sunbeam bread outlet that I am ashamed to say I have never been in. I will have to check it out and see what I can find. Is the bread still pretty fresh?

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    I LOVE my bread store! We don't eat a lot of bread (my kids aren't big on sandwiches) but I stop there once a week (after I hit the meat market where I get fresh extra-lean ground beef for $2.09 a pound).

    We really like those onion buns for our burgers and at the bread outlet they are half the cost of anywhere else. One time, they were running a special on them (2/$1.00!). They're close to $3.00 at WalMart (the last time I looked; might be higher now). The other day, all they had were the onion buns that normally go to Arby's (yum!) and she sold me a huge package (I think there were 24 buns) for $1.50! Unfortunately, I don't have a freezer yet and some will probably go to waste (to the chickens and ducks) before we can eat them all.

    They will also sell a big garbage can of mixed products for animal feed for $7.00. I bought a half a can for $4.00 and was amazed at what I had! A wide variety of stuff (a lot I wouldn't normally buy) that would have maybe an end crushed or maybe the middle got crushed but still plenty of human-edible food. They tear the bags to discourage human consumption (you also have to sign a form stating you are buying it for animal feed...yeah, the two-legged variety!).

    When I get a freezer, I'm going to buy the full-size can for $7.00 and sort through it and re-bag the stuff I want for us, freeze it, and give the rest to the birds.

    I have a once-a-week "route" that includes the meat market, Goodwill, the bread store, Grocery Outlet (occasionally), WalMart (if I have to), Home Depot (occasionally). Luckily, it's all on a convenient circle and I have to be in the area twice a week, anyway, for therapy on my hand.

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    I just got back from the Sara Lee outlet store with 6 loves of honeywheat, 4 loves of cinnamon raisin bread, and 1 package of hamburger buns. That should last us for the month. I don't know what I would do if we didn't have these stores..........I know what my strengths are and making loaves of bread is not one of them. It's about 35 minutes away from me so I am only able to make it up there once it awhile and always combine it with other trips.

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    LOL

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    OMG I thought I was going nuts! I've been seeing the spam thing too, on various posts, not just one person. What IS that??

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    I was wondering when someone else was going to notice the spam too. I can't imagine what set the filter off on that posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Missy View Post
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    LOL me too Missy. I was scratching my head over that one.

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    I think bread outlets are great for larger families but for mine, I end up buying items that I would not normally buy and often a bit of the "snack" items as well. Cupcakes and the like. So I actually lose money if I stop at one! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holly View Post
    The wonder bread outlet here is as high as the stores.
    I can get it cheaper at Aldi's
    We have a Friehoffer's outlet up here. The bread is cheaper at Aldi AND the commissary. The only things I get there are specialty things that Aldi & the commissary don't carry, like 12 grain bread or whole wheat english muffins, or french toast bread/texas toast.

    btw, I see all the extra "typing sp*m" stuff too

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    That's funny, because when I originally replied to this thread, the spam filter hadn't kicked in. Now I see the spam stuff, too. LOL! I wonder what was in that post that set it off?

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