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Originally posted by rickymouse
I can make a big pot of beef soup from a meaty soupbone for about five bucks. Enough to eat for lunch and supper for five days. Trouble is that you need a lot of different spices and veggies to add to it that you have to buy that exceed what you need. Like a head of cabbage to use just a quarter of it and a celery that you use two sticks of. Half of an onion isn't bad but when you buy a whole garlic to use two cloves it's expensive. Same with bay leaves, only need two and a little tabasco sauce to give it better flavor means buying a whole bottle.
Originally posted by OmegaLogos
reply to post by SinDefiant
Every post earned a star from me ok!
I here provide 2 of my threads ...
Poor Mans Mock Roast! An Aussie Pensioners experiment with chuck steak!
Survival Shopping in Oz with OmegaLogos on $28 budget for 2wks with coffee, bacon and icecreams!!!
Please note that I made a mistake with the amount of cups of coffee per day and it is 1.5 cups per day and not 3 cups ... however there is still at least 1 cup of coffee per day ok!
Personal Disclosure: I am a grocery shopping maestro and any I will gladly provide any further help I can ok!
Some can be sun dried like tomatoes and apricots.
My favorite flavor too!
2) Hamburger Helper Strogranoff. Cheap, directions are on the box.