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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodeobull View Post
    I just did our grocery shopping for the next 3 weeks it was $180 plus about $20 each week for fresh fruit and veg my weekly bill will be $80 a week. I make everything from scratch including bread. We buy 2 litres of fresh milk on shopping day and drink long life for the rest of the time until shopping day. We eat lots of fruit and veg but I use frozen veg in dinner because it's cheaper for exactly the same thing. We eat meat every night and always have a heap of veg with dinner. For snack we have carrot sticks and hommus, fruit, cucumber & capsicum sticks etc we make our own biscuits and cakes if we have them. I bake all our breadrolls and Naan breads etc. I think it's easy enough to buy cheaper if you have a shop like Aldi
    We also drink long life milk now - I have found it actually saves me a bit if money as I can buy in bulk on special and also I'm not going to the supermarket in the middle of the week to buy more fresh milk and now avoiding the impulse buys or extra stuff I would buy at the same time.
    I have also decided the save the money that I now don't spend on groceries to put towards an eternity ring. It's great motivation for spending less when I think of diamonds! Ha ha

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