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Shopping Superstars: Target Shopping and Organic Wheat Purchase
Posted By Crystal Collins On March 6, 2010 @ 8:58 am In Deals,Organic and Green Living | 24 Comments
Earlier this week I shopped at Target and spent $42.13 and saved $192.38. You can see that shopping trip here. I went back to Target yesterday to get more Ovaltine (used $1/1 printable HERE), Honest Kids Organic Drinks (used .75/1 printable HERE), and a 17 lb. bag of Kibbles and Bits dog food that I paid $5.99 for after coupons (used $2 coupon from the 2/21 RP insert and $2 Target coupon from a 2/28 paper flier). See the Target deals for the week here.
And pictured above you see my 25 pounds of organic wheat that I purchased from The Granary Store. Cost for 25 pounds was $25 or $1 per pound of organic wheat. Total was $25.50 after tax.
I will use my Wheat Grinder and grind my own flour out of this. Buying wheat in bulk like this and grinding it myself saves me a lot of money, and allows me to purchase organic wheat. Our flour is fresher too, because I only grind what I need and freeze any flour that is leftover so that it doesn’t go rancid.
Do you grind your own wheat? What kind of wheat grinder do you use?
Are you a superstar when it comes to shopping? I can’t wait to see the deals you snagged! Please link directly to your posts and not the main page of your website. Don’t have a blog? That’s okay. Tell us how you did in the comment section.So that we stay encouraging and inspiring for others, this post is meant for deals that you personally were able to get. Posts that are mainly promoting affiliate links or spamming will be deleted. Thanks! No Giveaways please!
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