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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby_Tuesday15 View Post
    How do you manage that @DT75 ?
    Lack of space
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    Kids who eat everything as soon as you buy it

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    @DT75 What kind of foods would you typically have on hand for a week? I'd love to do what you do but I am unfortunately a bit of a hoarder when it comes to pantry food. Would be good to eventually run it down and do what you do.

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    I'm going to do 2. Great idea since we are moving and I hate moving pantry and fridge items. I plan on eating as much as possible from the pantry so we don't have to move it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    @DT75 What kind of foods would you typically have on hand for a week? I'd love to do what you do but I am unfortunately a bit of a hoarder when it comes to pantry food. Would be good to eventually run it down and do what you do.
    I am a pantry hoarder too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    @DT75 What kind of foods would you typically have on hand for a week? I'd love to do what you do but I am unfortunately a bit of a hoarder when it comes to pantry food. Would be good to eventually run it down and do what you do.
    Pasta, rice, stock cubes, passata, tinned tomatoes, bread, long-life milk. That's about it. The rest is bought as we go and is mainly fruit, veg, dairy, and meat.

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    How is everyone going with the challenge so far?

    I am about to make this: http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/9640...d+feta+muffins except without the prosciutto.

    I'm planning on making them in those really small muffin pans so the kids can have a bite size piece in their lunch boxes. I hope they freeze well, they look like they should.

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    I have done well so far, pretty much didn't buy any pantry items at my weekly shop yesterday.

    But the weather is worrying me, so I think I need to go and pick up a few more things this afternoon. Roads closed in the local area already, so don't want to run the risk of not being able to get to the shops (or as is more likely the shops running out of stuff).

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    We don't eat many tinned items and most of out food is fresh or i would give this a go. I didn't buy any pantry goods this week except v8 juice boxes for the kids lunch boxes to freeze.


 

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