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3/13/16 10:53 A

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I define it by buying the best you can with the money you have, go to local shops as you can buy smaller amounts which saves waste. Make use of your freezer and cook in bulk when you can, in our village Co-op we have a cheapie corner which is a good place to look for bargains.

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3/12/16 4:45 P

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I completely call it being frugal.

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3/12/16 4:32 P

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For myself, it's eating the best that is possible given your circumstances; example ...

In the book "Whose Names Are Unknown" by Sanora Babb, she describes a family peeling potatoes for their meal; another family looks on & asks what they were going to do with those peelings, well they were going to toss them out; so they asked if they could use them for their meal -- this I understood ...

when we read of having a certain number of servings & what constitutes a serving; often I am dismayed, remembering the 'law of average' & simply use my own calculations ...

so, with that, I thought this would be a good opportunity for discussion to see where you are in your thinking; as there are varying ways of interpretations therein.

Looking forward to any feedback; whether to this thread and/or send me a SparkMail.

Have a Sparktacular weekend!



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