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The Living for Less Thread

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Mar 2019
9:45am, 4 Mar 2019
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Hanneke
Oh andf I have been on plastic reduction forever. My 'tupperware' consists of recycled containers, amongst others. My freezers are full of home grown stuff, all in recycled containers :)
17 Jan
12:09pm, 17 Jan 2020
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cackleberry
Is there anything I can do with a handful of soggy biscuits? They're too far gone to be eaten as biscuits. They're mixed, some with cream filling.

The birds will get them otherwise...

TIA.
17 Jan
12:15pm, 17 Jan 2020
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Lizzie W
Rocky Road.
17 Jan
12:18pm, 17 Jan 2020
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Little Miss Happy
Any ideas you could use here?

indiatoday.in

or here:

theguardian.com
17 Jan
12:54pm, 17 Jan 2020
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cackleberry
Good ideas. I was thinking some sort of dessert base! Thanks.

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Maintained by CC2 Speedy Goth
A thread for people who either need to live on next to nothing in order to get by, or for those who choose to do so in order to save up for that special something. Useful links will appear here in the header as and when I get around to it!

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