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11-01-2012, 08:44 PM
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Originally Posted by buddahsmoka1 View Post
Please. I buy most of my dry goods once a week (or less). About 4 or 5 times a week on my way home from school I buy my meat and vegetables that I need for dinner. This literally takes about 10-15 minutes tops.

Please explain to me how spending an hour or two shopping once a week is any different than splitting it up incrementally.

Of course, the biggest benefit of this method is that you are buying your produce and meat fresh and eating it that day.
A single student this is easy. As an older person who works 50 hours a week, with possibly wife and kids, this becomes annoying. It's easier for some people to set aside 1 day with a few hours of shopping. Of course I can't generalize this as a rule of thumb for everyone.

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