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I’m attempting to stick to a grocery budget of £230/$355 a month in 2011.
In my weekly menu plan posts I often describe our meal plan as simple..and it usually is. I don’t like to complicate things in the kitchen and only push the boat out with a new recipe once or twice a month. I’ll let you in on a secret: I don’t like cooking. The easier the meal, the happier I am and if I lived on my own, I’m sure I’d eat vegetable soup and seeded bread for dinner every night!
Last week my supermarket shop came to £46.99; this was reduced from £54.49 as I had a voucher for £7.50 off a £50 shop. This week I went to the same supermarket and spent £41.55.
Total spend £41.05
I’ve received a couple of questions from blog readers on my grocery spending, so tomorrow I’ll show you how this grocery shop relates to next weeks menu plan. I hope that you find it helpful
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