Frugal Pantry Officially Built

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Well, that’s a wrap, folks. We’ve hit the end of a three-month long series. I am amazed that I survived it went so well.

If you missed some of the different ingredients we featured over the last twelve weeks, feel free to visit the official post: Build a Frugal Pantry.

And I hope that you made some new bloggy friends. These ladies have been amazing in sharing their food wisdom with me. Check out some fantastic guest posts:

What did YOU think? Were you helped by this series? I’d love to know the one thing that you took away from the Build a Frugal Pantry series.

See ya in the comments!

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  1. Since we've been living on a tight grocery budget for awhile (like $25-$35/week), I didn't realize how much I'd learn from this series!
    Proabaly my most-often-used takeaway was your tip on shopping for produce – if it's over a $1/lb, you don't buy it. Certain boundaries like that have helped me save time (and money, haha)at the store when I'm debating whether a fruit or veggie is a deal or not. Gracias!

  2. I loved the different ideas and recipes for tomatoes. We planted our first garden this year and I'm hoping we get tomatoes more than any other veggie we planted. And if they do take off I now have ideas for what to do with them!!!

  3. Anonymous says:

    I have loved this series and it has given me a lot more confidence in the kitchen. I never knew how to peel a grapefruit and I love trying some of the new recipes esp. the cinnamon rolls love them out of the freezer.

  4. Awesome, informative series!

    Great job!!

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