Big Flavors On A Bland Budget
We should really exchange emails, I think! I haven't tried Aldi yet, but there is one closer to my house than any of our grocery stores. I've been meaning to test it out. How is their produce? That's why we have so many grocery stores- walmart has the best meat, kroger the best produce, sam's the bulk items... If Aldi is cheaper, even if it's not bulk I'd be glad to switch!I tried coupon clipping before, but it was a hastle and I always forgot them! So I plan on trying again now that I'm freezer cooking (which I absolutely love). I need to start looking for coupons, though, and I'm not sure where to start. P&G sent me some recently, but that's all I've got!
Lynzie,I left you my email! Aldi has good prodcue at mine, but i have heard that some Aldi's don't have great produce! As far as other things for your cooking day (cheese, canned goods, milk, eggs, etc) they are much cheaper! Everyone I have sent there comes back amazed at how much they have saved!Coupons will really help with the frzr cooking. Well, there is too much to say in the comment section. Email me and I will be happy to share how I coupon and save money and stuff! I get $40/wk for groceries (includes frzr cooking) so it is very possible to do it cheaply!
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