28 thoughts on “Homemade by Reader’s Digest Review

  1. John Smith

    Great tip: you can use ketchup as a low-cost special sauce when you cook meatloaf! I’ve tried it–and it works!!

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  2. Deborah Wellenstein

    Have a meal plan, based on what you already have, and stick to a list.

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  3. Alison

    My best money-saving tip is to take time to plan your meals and snacks for the week.

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  4. paulinemilner

    We save money on our energy bill with easy tips such as leaving the oven door open to take advantage of residual heat, making sure all spaces around pipes are sealed where they come through the wall and using a programmable thermometer. Thanks for the super giveaway opportunity.

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  5. Debra L Holloway

    I save money by taking advantage of sales on groceries and stocking up then.

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  6. ncjeepster

    I keep an inventory of my groceries, cleaning supplies and products we use around the house and stock up when they go on sale instead of when we run out. I find so much better deals when I am looking through sales flyers.

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  7. Cheryl Everitt

    We collect the water that drains from the air conditioner to water plants during the summer. Sure helps the water bill.

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  8. Karley Moore

    Always use coupons. It is well worth the extra effort. I save thousands of dollars a year between groceries, department stores, and restaurants.

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  9. Maryann D.

    My best money saving tip is to use coupons or digital coupons and get them sorted before I go to the store.

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  10. slehan

    Always shop with a list and get nothing that is not on the list.
    Thanks for the contest.
    slehan at juno dot com

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  11. Leah Shumack

    Menu planning and freezer meals are the best for me! Busy schedule and this helps me to keep funds on track – no eating out 5 days a week!

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  12. Buddy Garrett

    For major purchases search online for the best deals before you buy online or go to the retailer.

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  13. Wendy R.

    Use the gas points at the grocery store for sure! It’s a great way to save money on gas.

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