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Grociery Must Haves to Keep In Your Kitchen

I keep these always: baby spinach, Turkey bacon, tomatoes, light miracle whip, watermelon, bananas, corn on the cob, chicken [already grilled and chopped-you can find bags of them in the freezer section @walmart] pretzels, Bunny Wheat bread, soup, yogurt, grapes, lowfat cottage cheese, salsa and tortilla chips, shredded cheese, reduced fat sourCream, oatmeal, granola bars, popcorn, diet A&W rootbeer, frozen yogurt ice cream, Turkey Pepperoni, Wheat English Muffins, Laughing CowCheese, fresh vegs

- Submitted by SUNRIZING 6/9/2011 in Healthy Eating | 1 Comment
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Invest in a garden!

My grandparents plant a garden every year. This year for the first time I will be helping and planting somethings of my own. It will 1)Save Money and 2)Earn me fitness minutes!

- Submitted by NEW_ME_FOREVER 3/9/2011 in Healthy Eating | 7 Comments
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Making a quicker, easier grocery list

All you need is a lot of cook books, a package of index cards, and an old photo album.

I wrote the ingredients in each recipe, the name of the cookbook I found it in, the page number, and the amount of calories all on an index card. Then I slid the index card into the photo album.

You can organize it any way you want! Now each week you can look through all of your recipes and create a weeks worth of healthy breakfasts, lunches, and dinners!

Good Luck!

- Submitted by GREENBUBBLEGUM 1/13/2011 in Healthy Eating | 3 Comments
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Grocery List / Menu Forms

I created a grocery list form that has columns to list items that are grouped together in different parts of the grocery store (dry goods,meats,produce,frozen foods,cleaning supplies,pharmacy,other). Add items as you think of them. Menus on other side. When shopping menus can be updated as needed.

- Submitted by KARENSUEBURTON 8/12/2010 in Organization | 1 Comment
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