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Dadummy



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Subject: Do you buy bulk grocery?
 
Posted on Sat Jan 12, 2008 12:04 am  

does any one buy groceries by bulk?
ive bought some groceries by bulk but i dont buy food products because i dont think i could use them fast enough. i buy like my wash detergent and cleaners toilet paper and bulk stuff that wont go bad. you have to watch thogh some things arent really cheaper you have to go by the unit price.
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Posted on Sat Jan 12, 2008 12:11 am  

I buy my paper products and cleaning supplies in bulk, I just did tonight, spent way to much at the grocery store, but I had coupons and they had sales. I always spend more when I have coupons, but some things I won't have to buy for months now.
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Posted on Sat Jan 12, 2008 12:49 am  

Yes, we buy in bulk... We have a deep freeze out in the garage and we but all our extras in there. And, we buy anything on sale in there.. A couple of weeks ago we bought 90% lean hamburger meat at Safeway and put in the freezer..

We buy most of our cleaning supplies at Costco.... Things like that...
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Posted on Sat Jan 12, 2008 1:43 am  

I do buy bulk, especially if I see an item on sale. Things like shampoo and conditioner, toothpaste, toilet paper and other bathroom items, I keep a pretty good stock of those items that will keep for a few months. I also buy paper towel, paper plates and cups toward the end of picnic season, seems the prices are a little lower, the stores wanting these items are of the shelves. I just store them for the summer season. I usually clip my coupons when I am going to buy bulk and the items are on sale, that way I get that little thrill of saving a little more.
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Posted on Sat Jan 12, 2008 7:03 pm  

how long can you keep meats in your freezer though from bulk buying it will only last so long. i dont like meat if its kept to long . i never buy food unless im gonna use it in a short period.but every thing else that keeps indefinate ill buy in large quanitys to save. there arew times i dont have to buy toilet paper for 8 or more months. lol
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Posted on Sun Jan 13, 2008 12:07 am  

I only like to keep meat for the most like 3 months, no longer than that and I make sure it is wrapped up good and tight to keep the air out and keep it from freezer burning.
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Posted on Tue Jan 15, 2008 1:11 am  

i work for a senior center and we were trying to get chili sauce in the 6 lb cans and cant find it any where really so many places sell chili where do they buy the stuff.
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Subject: Bulk is the way to go....
 
Posted on Tue Jan 15, 2008 1:44 am  

We have 7 ppl living here and the food goes faster then I can bring it in the door. We have 2 teenage boys here and if I didn't buy bulk, lol, I couldn't afford to feed them any other way!
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Posted on Tue Jan 15, 2008 3:43 am  

I went to the bulk store today, was a little disappointed in their inventory, I got all my canned vegetables and some junk food, but did not really come out with much. I see more and more amish people there. My four year old kills me when we go there. She is not used to seeing them and I never know what will come out of her mouth. I really got to pay attention and keep her engaged in conversation with me. Today, she said, excuse me lady, why do you wear that hat? The lady told her that it matches her dress, of course it was black and her dress was blue, so my kid says, No it don’t your dress is blue. Out of the mouth of babes. I swear this child is just too honest sometimes. LOL.
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Posted on Tue Jan 15, 2008 7:20 am  

I do bulk shopping once every month. I dont want my parents to visit the grocery for this and that every time. So we make a list and get things all at a same time. For things that cannot be kept really long I go to the nearby stores on the weekends.
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Posted on Tue Jan 15, 2008 5:37 pm  

I do buy bulk paper and other goods that I can store for a while, other than that, I use as many coupons as I can.
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Subject: bulk
 
Posted on Sat Feb 02, 2008 10:52 pm  

I think i must go buy bulk from now on, I JUST CAME FROM GROCERY SHOPPING AND MY BILL WAS DOUBLE FROM WHAT IT NORMALLY IS TIME TO SKIMP.
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