1. Windigo

    Food budget thread

    I just saw a Facebook post of a woman on a frugal cooking group I follow that said she had set herself a goal of spending no more than a 1000 pounds total this year on food despite this years crisis. She's a budgeting expert, mind you. But it did inspire me to create this thread to share our...
  2. Windigo

    Too good to go

    Because of TastyReuben thread about using leftovers, I thought to start this thread. Do any of you use products from anti waste apps like Too good to go or Olio? https://toogoodtogo.co.uk/en-gb I have started to use them frequently a few months ago, not only is it good to reduce food costs...
  3. medtran49

    Recipe Quick spicy dragon noodles

    This is a very quick recipe, minimal prep and fast cooking, but a big flavor punch. It can be made ovo/lacto vegetarian by eliminating the shrimp and adding an extra egg or 2. The lower spicy ingredient amounts are comfortable for me to eat. The higher amounts are just below my tolerance but...
  4. mjd

    21 Pantry Recipes for Emergency Preparedness

    I recently joined a homesteading group. Some interesting conversations are happening! And if you are just getting started with your pantry storage and wondering where to begin, here is a good list to get you started. The Recipes: Kielbasa Hash Tuna Noodle Casserole Lentil Chili Shredded...
  5. Morning Glory

    Could you cook Christmas dinner for £1($1.24)?

    Figures compiled for BBC News suggest the average cost of a typical dinner for six has risen by 14% since 2015. Spending £64.25 on one meal will be out of the reach of many but, whether you can afford it or not, what's the best way to get a good deal ahead of the big day? BBC News spoke to food...
  6. niemela23

    Your monthly food budget? Any input

    ('Your monthly food budget? Any input would be super!' should've been the above title... Sorry about that, it didn't look like it was going to fit in the text bar while typing.) Here's a good one: About how much roughly (while not over or under-spending) do you spend on (condiments, garnishes...
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