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Eating on a budget

on Mon May 28, 2018 2:16 pm
The first thing to do is to work out how much money you have coming in.

Then subtract the money you need for bills.

Then of what is left, how much of that can be used for food?

This will be your food budget each week. You can look online at mysupermarket.com to find out which supermarket has the best deals on each type of food each week.

You can buy and freeze items, especially if they have a reduced sticker, for one person, a pack of mince can be divided into 6 portions. Freeze it in sandwich bags, thsese can be bought cheaply at any discount store, just set in the fridge to defrost the day before it is needed, the same with chicken potions.
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