I thought I'd brag about my trip to Aldis last night. I had $57 budgeted for food for the next 2 weeks, and I got out of there is 18 minutes, spent $54.62, leaving $2.38 to deposit in my checking account to pay down more credit cards!
3 lb apples
6 cans tuna
large bottle dish detergent
3 5 pound bags of chicken leg quarters
1 head cauliflower, 1 head cabbage
4 bags frozen vegetables
12 cans spinach
12 cans green beans
3 loaves 12 grain bread (not the cheapie wheat bread!)
2 jars natural peanut butter
1 bottle honey
I already had 2 gallons of milk and the chickens are laying eggs, I still had some oranges, cereal and plenty of staples on hand so we are set for at least the next 2 weeks for food - breakfast, lunch and dinner! So if you haven't gone to Aldi's yet, GO!
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