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03-10-2015 20:56 #31Senior Member
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03-10-2015 21:00 #32
If we're talking right now...awhile! We have ds's 1st birthday party tomorrow so there is an abundance of food
Usually though, I shop fortnightly (except f&v/milk) and literally end up with bare pantry, fridge and freezer by the end. I only buy what we need and nothing more
03-10-2015 21:05 #33
maybe a month? It's a guess
03-10-2015 21:06 #34
I reckon a week. .of strangely combined foods. Finances have been tight so have been "eating out of the pantry/freezer" for a couple weeks. ..getting low now and there's only so many baked beans you can eat!
03-10-2015 21:12 #35Senior Member
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03-10-2015 21:13 #36
24 hours if that
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03-10-2015 21:20 #37
Easily 2 weeks and can stretch it to 3 if I want to. We go for 2 weeks without buying veg/fruit. I only top up milk if thay. A 3 litre bottle lasts us nearly 2 weeks sometimes. I've just recently ran out of nuts but otherwise I've got staples of everything. Freezer is fully stocked but i ran out of lettuce today so it would have to be different types of salad. I bought an upright freezer and it's been a massive blessing. I don't like to freeze pre cooked meals only prepare fresh meats then freeze.
03-10-2015 21:24 #38
I'm a hoarder,
03-10-2015 21:29 #39
I would say easily 3 months, if I got creative! I bulk shop for majority of things. I have about 6 months worth of toilet paper so I could barter with the neighbours 😉
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03-10-2015 22:03 #40
I think around 2 months, if I used all the pantry staples. Maybe 3 -4 months if I employed severe rationing techniques. We have a modest veggie patch &some fruit trees,which would add something fresh.
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