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    Wow you guys put me to shame....

    1 cooking oil
    4 containers juice
    6 tuna
    12 pk tp
    1 big can coffee
    4 bags gold fish s'mores
    2 bags miniature oreos
    4 one half gallons milk in freezer
    4 packs shredded cheese
    10 individual packs pretzels ($1 for 10)
    20 lbs potatoes

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    Homemade butter........but it won't last long.

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    4 lbs onions chopped and froze.

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    Right now I'm trying to use up some of our stockpiles. This is an area we've been good at, but maybe a little TOO good KWIM? Need to pare it down a bit, get better about rotating stock, etc. Any tips?

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    2 48oz jars applesauce
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    1 Box of Kashi Cereal
    2 bottles of Snuggles Hannaford has the 3.69-3.00 q = .69 a bottle
    3 bottles of Palmer fruit spread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luckybustert View Post
    Right now I'm trying to use up some of our stockpiles. This is an area we've been good at, but maybe a little TOO good KWIM? Need to pare it down a bit, get better about rotating stock, etc. Any tips?
    LB - if it is just you and your DH....just stock up lots of the stuff that won't go bad.........laundry soap, TP, paper products, plastics, kitchen wraps-foils etc.

    I pare mine down quite a bit on things that I will have to really watch.....like meat, bread, some canned goods. I always check the dates on the canned goods and put the ones exp. first up front on the shelf.

    I still buy quite a bit of butter, frozen juice, some soups....etc. as they will last past the dates on them if I screw up and don't get them eaten/used/drank. Plus the 'good sales' on these things seems to be really seasonal..........so I don't want to be caught without.

    Probably what you have been doing.......but I guess.......also......watch the stockpile and don't buy anymore when the stockpile is getting ahead of you............no matter how good the price! (that is the tough part!!)

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    Have added:

    2 boxes tea
    2 sausage rolls - Jimmy Dean, of course!
    1 pizza
    2 cases pop - Squirt and it is SELDOM on sale.
    cheese sticks
    chicken
    3 jugs bleach

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    Costco
    4# Quinoa
    amy's organic lentil/minetrone soup-6
    mega bag parboiled rice
    organic brown rice
    2 organic peanut butter
    choc. organic moo
    vanilla soy-case


    Honeyville Farms
    -powdered butter,whole eggs,cheese sauce,choc. milk mix
    -orange and mint hot choc.
    -sm. groats
    -50# dk.rye flour

    Kroger
    3 cases of absopure
    2 5gal. distilled water (recent power outages)

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    Giant bottle of wesson
    Garlic
    breakfast drink-vanilla

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    2 more cases (4 - 12 packs) soda

    That should set me for the summer and beyond.........and it was mostly Squirt, which SELDOM goes on sale!

    Also 3/4 rack beer..........also for way beyond summer....already have my clamato juice!! BRING ON THE HEAT!

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    A couple 3lb bottles of honey @ $2.69/lb from Walmart

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    Bought 12 gallon size quart jars and 5 plastic jugs. I have an uninvited visitor in my pantry. I also bought 8 sticky pad traps.
    The pantry is MINE!!!!

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    Shampoo and conditioner (white rain @ .77c each!)
    Laundry Detergent--4 of them. 32 loads each @ $1.25 per bottle!!!
    ...and I think thats it, lol.

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    2 more jugs of Snuggle 3.69 a jug -2 3.00 q =1.38
    12 pack Angel Soft 3.78-.50 q
    2 cans Swifter dust shine 3.72/bogo q
    2 bottles Soft scrub had 2 q that expire Sun
    2 cans bumble bee tuna
    1 jar Bertelli marina sauce
    2 boxes of kashi cereal
    1 bottle sun light dish dertergent
    It's that time of year for sticky traps I also had a visitor, living in the woods I get visited in the spring and fall lol.

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    I been buying more canned dog food.
    I like only paying the tax after coupons make the item free.

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