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    I'm making rissoles with my mince today. Just mix in any vegies u want. Add breadcrumbs and egg I put in shredded cheese too. Then fry them up. I'm serving some baked potatoes and coen on cob next to it.

    Hope u don't mind me taking part although I haven't started challenge.

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    Thanks guys found some pastry in the freezer so going to try home made sausage rolls tonight. Cleaned out the freezers now onto the pantry.

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    Ok so I love following this thread and as much as I don't think I'll be able to actually 'do' the challenge it has given me some inspiration.
    I'm definatly bad at using up food and it just usually goes in the bin which is a BIG waste and I'm starting to get frustrated with myself for it.
    This morning I opened my fridge and took out anything that was going to go bad before I get a chance to use it and I'm cooking up a storm. So far I've mainly done fruit mashes for dd's breakfast to mix with porridge/weetbix (she's 10months) ie blueberries & pear and also peach/apple/pear/cinnamon all cooked and mashes, cubed and frozen. Now for veggies I have ricotta and English spinach I want to try and make something for dh and I and also dd( she still eats different to us)

    Any ideas???
    I also have 2 & 1/2 capsicums that if I don't use quick smart they will also go in the bin which is a waste considering they cost me $1.50 each!!!
    Much appreciated and sorry if I'm off topic it's just you guys all have great ideas on how to do this.... I don't 😕

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProudMumma34 View Post
    I'm making rissoles with my mince today. Just mix in any vegies u want. Add breadcrumbs and egg I put in shredded cheese too. Then fry them up. I'm serving some baked potatoes and coen on cob next to it.

    Hope u don't mind me taking part although I haven't started challenge.

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    Oh course join in!! I'm see this thread as more of a way of us helping each other use up our stock It's more for encouragement and inspiration. Welcome!!

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    I have so much meat and staples that I could easily do this for main meals for a few weeks, I will give it a go.

    Not going to include snacks because my DS2 is on a special diet to try and help his SPD and im not willing to mess with that, so I'll still buy him the stuff he needs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    I have so much meat and staples that I could easily do this for main meals for a few weeks, I will give it a go.

    Not going to include snacks because my DS2 is on a special diet to try and help his SPD and im not willing to mess with that, so I'll still buy him the stuff he needs.

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    Sounds good!!

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    Just thought if pop in an mention that while I've been in leave and I'm home during the day (this is my last week waaahhhhh!!!) I've been prepping dinner to avoid being slack when it's the busy arvo/night time. This also helps me stuck to eating as healthy as I can.

    Next week I'm going to start doing this the night before (after my boys have gone to bed) as I really think it's so much easier and keeps me organised while I don't have the boys under my feet.

    Anyway - veggies cut and in the fridge in a bowl of water ready to be steamed tonight.

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    I'm going to try this! I'm going away in 2 weeks so I'd like to use up most things in the fridge, freezer and pantry. I'm going to clean out the pantry today and work out what I have in there. I'll try aim to spend only $21 over the next 2 weeks!

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    So had to go buy weet bix for dh as he takes them to work for breakfast with a banana. So that was $4.19

    Total for today is $4.19

    Total for week is $13.86

    Having leftovers with my bil for lunch (roast beef toasties and salads) so going to have a lasagne that's in the freezer for dinner with frozen veg and garlic bread.

    This week isn't going to be the healthiest but I am finding it very interesting. And I haven't even done a big shop this week. Normally do my big shop on Sundays but had dd2's christening and using only what's in the house.
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    Big red V - your dish liquid doesn't count via it's not food Yay!!

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