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    Loblaws
    Uncle Ben's brown rice in a reusable red & clear tub
    Reg. $7.99 at Chinese New Year time
    Sale $5.99
    Clearance $3/2 kg tub
    Expires Dec 2014
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    Freshco: Maple Leaf whole chicken, reg. 2.00/kg, clearance, rip and stick coupon = $2 off
    chicken#1, reg. $5.54, after rip and stick coupon = $3.54
    chicken#2, reg. $6.67, after rip and stick coupon = $4.67

    veggie grain fed chicken; cooked in slow cooker with celery, onions, Mrs. Dash, chicken broth and soy sauce
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    Walmart Shopping
    6 Catelli pasta (PM IGA) $1.00 - $1.00 = FREE

    16 Poise Pads trial pacs $1.00 - $4.00 (home printed) = +48.00
    (each coupon had own unique code)

    1 Miss Vickies $2.97 - $2.00 = $0.97
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    Not really a deal but thanks to Google I was able to make my dd a homemade dairy free ice cream for her bday party today. It was pricey(6.00 for a pint of dairy free ice cream and it took 3 of them, plus cookies for the crust and dairy free whipped cream), but seeing her so excited was worth every penny.

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    Lyssia, that's so nice! Does dairy free mean soy?

    Best deal was 16 cents for supper today, with lots of leftovers for lunch tomorrow - using a $25 Pizza 73 gift card I won from an iCoke contest years ago! Got pizza, shrimp, onion rings, curly fries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natalka View Post
    Lyssia, that's so nice! Does dairy free mean soy?

    Best deal was 16 cents for supper today, with lots of leftovers for lunch tomorrow - using a $25 Pizza 73 gift card I won from an iCoke contest years ago! Got pizza, shrimp, onion rings, curly fries.
    It was almond milk ice cream, the soy and coconut milk ice cream my store had was all berry flavours and I wanted to make it as close to an ice cream cake I would have bought from a ice cream shop as i could.

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    I posted on our local Facebook garage sale pages. I was able to get a really nice life jacket for LO for $10. One woman gave me 2 reversible summer sun hats for LO, now I just have to figure out how to get him to keep them on his head. He refused to wear hats last summer. We found a winter hat that he liked and he loved when he figured out how to put it on for himself.
    I already posted my store deals from earlier in the week.
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    I got 4 boxes of Butterball Turkey Burgers for $18.07 (regular price 39.96). I had 2 rainchecks from Food Basics when they had them on for $3.89 and Metro has them on for buy 1, get 1 free. We just love those burgers. Could have bought more but my husband is one that thinks food gets old in the freezer too long and won't eat it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LunchLady View Post
    I got 4 boxes of Butterball Turkey Burgers for $18.07 (regular price 39.96). I had 2 rainchecks from Food Basics when they had them on for $3.89 and Metro has them on for buy 1, get 1 free. We just love those burgers. Could have bought more but my husband is one that thinks food gets old in the freezer too long and won't eat it.
    Hey Lunchlady, great deal.
    Please let your DH know that you can freeze the burgers for up to 4 months
    Hamburger & Other Ground Meats Hamburger, ground beef, turkey, veal, pork, lamb, & mixtures of them 1 to 2 days 3 to 4 months
    This is from the US Department of Agriculture
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    http://www.foodsafety.gov/keep/charts/storagetimes.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by LunchLady View Post
    I got 4 boxes of Butterball Turkey Burgers for $18.07 (regular price 39.96). I had 2 rainchecks from Food Basics when they had them on for $3.89 and Metro has them on for buy 1, get 1 free. We just love those burgers. Could have bought more but my husband is one that thinks food gets old in the freezer too long and won't eat it.
    Can you use Food Basics rainchecks at Metro!?! I know they are the same company but didnt know you could use the rainchecks at both.
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    We just put some plant pots outside.
    Here's the deal:
    Loblaws 2013 garden center clearance
    4 x heavy self watering pots

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    4 x bronzy looking decorator pots
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    No Tax Day and spend $80, get 20,000 PC Plus points (waiting for this deal to come again)

    2 x hanging baskets from Food Basics deal $7.97 each, popped off the hangers and plopped into decorator pots

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    So nice to wait for end of the garden season in late June/July to clean up on the dealios
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    Quote Originally Posted by d.ot View Post
    Can you use Food Basics rainchecks at Metro!?! I know they are the same company but didnt know you could use the rainchecks at both.
    No, I went to both stores!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shwa Girl View Post
    Hey Lunchlady, great deal.
    Please let your DH know that you can freeze the burgers for up to 4 months

    This is from the US Department of Agriculture
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    http://www.foodsafety.gov/keep/charts/storagetimes.html
    Hi and thanks for the info. I'll let him know. Hopefully it makes a difference!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyssia510 View Post
    Not really a deal but thanks to Google I was able to make my dd a homemade dairy free ice cream for her bday party today. It was pricey(6.00 for a pint of dairy free ice cream and it took 3 of them, plus cookies for the crust and dairy free whipped cream), but seeing her so excited was worth every penny.
    can you share how did you make ice cream from almond milk? My son has dairy allergy and someother allergies too. I have made home made almond milk for him for almost one and a half year but i have always been scared of making ice cream for some reason.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by amira84 View Post
    can you share how did you make ice cream from almond milk? My son has dairy allergy and someother allergies too. I have made home made almond milk for him for almost one and a half year but i have always been scared of making ice cream for some reason.....
    Try something like:

    http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make...-cream-w-93414

    Which is (if you don't want to click the link) basically throwing frozen bananas in a blender and adding some honey for sweetener. You can also add a tsp of cocoa powder and it tastes just like a wendy's frosty or ice cream without the cocoa.

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