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    #31
    Originally posted by Fishindude77 View Post

    Our little garden is four raised beds, totaling approx. 220 SF. We get all the tomatoes, green beans, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, lettuce and radishes we can eat while in season, plus give away plenty.
    In addition we preserve a whole bunch of green beans and tomatoes for later use. You don't need much space.
    Have you got a photo? I can try to fit at least a couple of beds. Maybe not so much space but some.
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      #32
      I'm going to do cook smart next month maybe?
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        #33
        Consider doing a big Walmart stock-up run once every few months. If you want to get really organized about it, you could make it a quarterly or semi-annual thing.

        If you create a Walmart grocery account you can check prices online. Items that are price-competitive, put in your basket where they'll stay until you check out. When the time for your stock up run comes, check out and schedule curbside pickup.
        FYI, if you get a Walmart cc you can get 5% off curbside.

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          #34
          Originally posted by scfr View Post
          If you create a Walmart grocery account you can check prices online. Items that are price-competitive, put in your basket where they'll stay until you check out. When the time for your stock up run comes, check out and schedule curbside pickup.
          FYI, if you get a Walmart cc you can get 5% off curbside.
          If you do that, just be careful to double check the prices before you check out as they may have changed in the interim.
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            #35
            But that only happens at walmart superstores. I probably need to figure out where a walmart superstore is?
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              #36
              Originally posted by LivingAlmostLarge View Post
              But that only happens at walmart superstores. I probably need to figure out where a walmart superstore is?
              For you it's probably going to come down to where the nearest one is located and how good they are. I'd say it's worth trying once.

              We have one with really good customer service located about 10 minutes from us so we use them a lot. I even signed up for Walmart+ for grocery delivery for homebound family members.

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                #37
                Not sure why I am slammed for saying one can buy a bag of apples vs a bag of doritos. Or a bag of rice. Yet others are talking about ordering meal kits, etc. Oh gee they can't afford a bag of apples but yeah they can use HelloFresh or shop at Whole Foods.

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                  #38
                  Originally posted by Snicks View Post
                  Not sure why I am slammed for saying one can buy a bag of apples vs a bag of doritos. Or a bag of rice. Yet others are talking about ordering meal kits, etc. Oh gee they can't afford a bag of apples but yeah they can use HelloFresh or shop at Whole Foods.
                  What? The Apple/Doritos issue was regarding the poor. Meal kits and Whole Foods are luxuries for the well off. One has nothing at all to do with the other.
                  Steve

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                  * Why should I pay for my daughter's education when she already knows everything?
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                    #39
                    Originally posted by disneysteve View Post

                    What? The Apple/Doritos issue was regarding the poor. Meal kits and Whole Foods are luxuries for the well off. One has nothing at all to do with the other.
                    OH sure. NO where did i indicate that only applied to the "poor" but whatevs

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