LOL trueYou've obviously never seen a curry cut chicken feed 6
What sort of injury is have you got?Aye, but am semi crippled with a sports injury so food, certainly carbs, can't really cross my mind for a few days and it is what it is for that duration
What sort of injury do you have*LOL true
What sort of injury is have you got?
Some munter from the blandfordWhat you going to eat for a quid a day?
Being a bit skint I've decided to see if I can live on £1 per day for food and drink. I'm going to still eat what I have in the house, what I can grow, or forage.
Hopefully I'll last more than a week before I order a takeaway.Is
Does that £1 a day solely on ingredients and not taking into account gas, electricity, fuel & timeSome munter from the blandford
Yeah I went via Ottawa. I stayed there for a few days.I’ve seen loads on the 401, you’ll likely have taken that way unless you went via Ottawa.
Dusk and dawn are the dangerous times with them, you won’t see them until the last minute, they know their predators try and avoid the roads too so it’s generally. Time of the year matters also
Oh yeah. I've got kids. I'm not going to starve or deprive them. My ex offered to buy me fish and chips when she was getting some for her and my son yesterday but I didn't take her up on it.Some munter from the blandford
Does that £1 a day solely on ingredients and not taking into account gas, electricity, fuel & time
There's a charity down here called the felix project I do some stuff for. They get sent a load of out of date gear cook massive batches and distribute it to kids who don't get fed correctly.Aldi give leftover stuff to foodbanks.
That sounds a good project. The soup kitchen got donated a huge amount of dried cherries to make things with from a factory and they couldn't use them because they were in unmarked bags with no label or date.There's a charity down here called the felix project I do some stuff for. They get sent a load of out of date gear cook massive batches and distribute it to kids who don't get fed correctly.
So simple and so impactful
M and s used to spray blue dye on their end of day food when I worked there as a summer job. Thankfully that has changed and all this excess food is being put to good use
On that topic have you got a dehydrator ? .there's one on my ninja foodi but I've never used it yet . Makes jerky apparently .That sounds a good project. The soup kitchen got donated a huge amount of dried cherries to make things with from a factory and they couldn't use them because they were in unmarked bags with no label or date.
I got 2 5kg bags from someone who worked there and made a batch of wine. Looks like I'll be doing some baking
Until the stocks have gone. I've already ran out of butter and milk.If you're well stocked up it'll be a piece of piss.
Yeah I've got a dehydratorOn that topic have you got a dehydrator ? .there's one on my ninja foodi but I've never used it yet . Makes jerky apparently .
Mine too. I've obviously bought stuff like milk for the kids but I won't touch it. I got a reduced pint of milk last night for 34p.Milk is the bugger in our house. The little buggers go through about 3 pints a day
Would have to be wood pidgin or rabbit jerky. I can't afford beef on a quid a day
As long as they're not my tatties I'm growingnight-time raid on a few tattie fields, a bit of forgetting to scan stuff on the self service checkouts and the old just eat refund button and itll be pish
Glad I've got solar panels now.Standing charge for gas/elec is about 80p/day. That's before even using anything.
I decided to make a roast cauliflower, onion and garlic soup. Used a little bit of cream left over, a couple of stock cubes and some seasonal. Roasting the veg was a game changer for taste.Roast it in nice big slices . Lots of peeper over it and a drizzle of oil Don't know last time I boiled a cauli
It's imagination you need. I've spent £1.65 over the last 3 days.I was quite interested to see if it can be done and so done some "research", going off the Aldi website.
0.5 kilo parsnips - 39p
2.5 kilo wonky potatoes - 89p
0.5 bag carrots & swede - 39p
beef stock cubes(12) - 47p
1 kilo wonky onions - 49p
0.5 kilo penne pasta - 32p
2 x tins chopped tomatoes - 56p
2x tins baked beans - 44p
6 eggs - 69p
500g tub buttery spread - 85p
3 x white loaf - £1.08p
stawberry jam - 31p
6.88p will get you dinners, a basic stew 3 days?, pasta and sauce 2 days, egg, chips beans 2 days and breakfast egg/beans/jam on toast.
Not exactly top quisine, but doable.