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    Food~HOW TO MAKE A LITTLE GO A LONG WAY



    Money short or you get unexpected guests, here are some handy hints on how to make ingredients go a bit further -

    Eggs
    Make them into an omelette or scramble them adding vegetables, cheese and/or poultry.
    Fish
    Cut up, stir-fry with vegetables or mix with spicy rice
    Noodles
    Add leftover vegetables and diced meats.
    Meatloaf
    Breadcrumbs, rice, rolled oats, shredded carrots, hard boiled eggs.
    Ice Cream
    Add fruit, sauce, cereal topping.
    Soups
    Vegetables, pasta, pulses, tofu, sour cream, barley, yoghurt.
    Salad
    Meat, fish, pulses, pasta, vegetables, hard-boiled eggs.
    Steak
    Dice and stir-fry with vegetables.
    Grill on skewer with vegetables.
    Stews
    Creamed corn, vegetables, dried peas and lentils.
    Green Pepper
    Stuff with rice and leftovers.
    Chilli
    Beans, rice, spaghetti, sweetcorn.

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    Great tips Denise- Thank you! Something else for my to hang in my kitchen for when the unexpected guest arrives! I have been guilty of spending way too much in the past on just giving in and ordering Chinese!

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    Thanks for the tips!!

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    Thanks for the tips, Denise!

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    Great tips,thanks!

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    Very good tips!

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    Great Tips!! Thanks!!

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    Great tips!

    ~Tracy~

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    Great tips Denise. Thanks for bumping this up, I must have missed it the first time around.

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    I missed it too. Great ideas!

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    great ideas.

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    Hi Denise.
    thank-you- I'm in the process of "fruglaising" my cousin and this is just what she needs!!! I'll get her debt down yet!!

    Kim in Australia

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