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    The Best Recipes Website has a meal planner on it. I tend to use that website 99% more than taste, because a lot of the contributors of recipes seem to be a lot like me- a Mum with kids looking for quick, easy, nutritional meal ideas etc. I like reading the reviews section every other day or so, and if I see a recipe I think I will like, it gets saved into one of my folders.
    From there, it's easy to start collating a meal plan for the week- and it's easy because this shows a weekly view, too.

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    I sit down on a Sunday night with hubs and choose my meals, (I do the tried and tested meals but add in 1 or 2 newbies each week, nothing fancy. If that recipe works I print it out and add it to my favourites recipe book.)

    Then I go through my week day by day and write out the ingredients I need, I ask hubs if there is anything particular he wants for tea one night or if there's anything he wants me to get.
    Quick double check of the cub/fridge to make sure I'm not doubling up. Then Monday I head to the shops.


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