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Avocados .50
   -I never used to buy more than I could eat in a couple days.  UNTIL I learned 
   you just keep them in the fridge and then pull them out when your ready for 
   them to fully ripen.
  -ALSO I've found that once you've cut them open if you keep them in 
  tupperware instead of a plastic bag they will last longer.  

Mangos .50
  Try to find ones with red, yellow, and green.

Cool Whip $1.00
  Buy 3 get $1 catalina
  Buy 4 get $2 catalina
  Buy 5 get $3 catalina
    Sunburst Salad
    Chicken Salad Sandwiches
    Homemade Strawberry Shortcake
    No-Cook Banana Pudding

Strawberries $1.50
  Look for peelie coupon for $1 off Strawberries if you buy Cool Whip!

Kroger Sour Cream $1.00
Kroger Cottage Cheese $1.00
Smith's Eggs .99

Athenos Hummus $1.50
use BOGO free printable
= .75 each! wyb 2
  What to do with Hummus

Lifesavers $1.00
use $1/2 printable
= .50 each wyb 2

Go here for a complete list.

Stoneyfield Yogurt 6 oz. $0.50
= $0.33 each when you buy 3

Also enter codes in the Stoneyfields Rewards program to earn FREE coupons!

Cascadian Farm Cereal $3.50
= $2.50

See Whole Foods Ad here.  Click on Specials after you select your store.


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