I usually see what the supermarkets have on sale first. Then I see how many meals I can make using the ingredients I have on hand and what is readily available on sale at the supermaket to come up with some good eats for a good price. How about you?Answer Question
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No, I stock up with sales items and replenish my pantry and freezer, then I cook whatever I feel like each day. I have enough stuff on hand to last about 3 months. I buy whatever fruits and veggies (within reason-no $7 pineapples) every few days, and stock up every other week at FMs. I make most of the bread we eat, but I do augment with real sourdough when I'm in the Bay area- I buy in bulk, cut in serving sizes, seal and freeze.
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