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My dh's work hours have been cut huge lately. Then on Sat night he took a spill down a double flight of stairs.

He is ok (Praise God!) but unable to work for at least a couple of days.

I have literally $20.00 to get groceries. We have VERY little already.

HELP! I do not know how to stretch this. Dh does not like a lot of meatless dishes but he may not have a choice right now.

We do have:
Some milk (about 1/2 gallon plus some powdered)
TONS of oatmeal (breakfast every day plus might make some oatmeal cookies)
2 bags of turkey wild rice in freezer
bag of gulosh in freezer
bag of spaghetti in freezer
bread making supplies
tortillas
hot dog buns
some hot dogs
some apple sauce
left over ham and turkey (not alot)
white rice (good amount)
butter
orange juice

I think that is pretty much it.

I know I need eggs (at least 2 doz)


I guess I could do some egg dishes or egg scrambles.

Only other thing is that the stove is unhooked right now. But I do have an electric skillet and stove should be back in 24-48 hours.

Sigh.

I am so frustrated!

I know it will work out. God is always faithful.

Any ideas?

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How many people do you need to feed?

And any allergies/intolerances/foods the family absolutely hates?

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Have you checked out hillbilly housewife?

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This is what a typical grocery list for my DH and I from a year or 2 ago.

Ramen Noodles--12 packets
3 lbs ground beef (We'd get the 73/20 beef because it was the cheapest)
Cereal (Generic)
Milk
Generic Hamburger Helper
Tuna
Generic Tuna Helper
Canned Veggies
Bread
PB
Mayo
Jelly

Since we always got generic, it would round out to $20, sometimes $25 every week though sometimes we had to stretch it to 2 weeks.
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A can of tuna goes a long way with rice or noodles for a casserole or just heated for lunch... the same goes for black beans. You can add spices to make dishes a bit more interesting. With black beans you can chop hot dogs or sausages into the mix for a bit more fat and protein. Really fat is not bad if you don't have much to eat... It's only if it doesn't get used (metabolically speaking) that it causes problems. Both of these should cost a couple dollars so you have some left over for other stuff. Maybe some cheese? Good luck.

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Have you checked out hillbilly housewife?
Yes this. She has a $45 emergency menu (feeds a family for 1 week) but since you already have some items you could implement a version of her menu for less probably. Her menu assumes you are starting from nothing.
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Another thought, do you have an Aldi's to shop at?

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How long do you have to make it stretch?
Whenever we're low on groceries I make Somali Rice and boil some eggs to eat on the side and/or make an egg 'curry' using tomatoes or tomatoe sauce with whatever spices and then add sliced boiled eggs to it.

For somali rice: sorry no exact measurements it never makes a diff. really anyway
-sauate some onions
-then saute some garlic (or use onion and garlic powder)
add a tsp each of cumin powder, curry powder and cardamom and a cinnamon stick. saute for a min. then add the rice --we always make 3 cups at a time--and water and get it to a boil then simmer.
Very easy and yummy.

also, lentil soup is easy, filling and very cheap and you can make a huge pot of it using just a cup or two of lentils and lots of water (it thickens after being put in the fridge. I always need to add more water the next day)

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Are there any food banks or food pantries in your area?


Does your state/county do "emergency" food stamps?


How many people are you feeding? Does anyone get a meal elsewhere (like at public school)??


Do you/can you get WIC or "Commodity Foods"?




DH will HAVE to live without a ton of meat.




Eggs are good protein for the price.

See if there is any sale hamburger/ground meat.

See if they have chicken quarters/thighs on sale anywhere.



Meat is an ingrediant and not the meal itself, so hubby cannot eat all he wants. Soups and casseroles. Fill in with cheap bread and rice so you are not as hungry.



Is this going to be a permanent issue or a one time problem?



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Definitely get beans. You can use them for four meals that I can think of right off the bat:

Beans and hot dogs
Beans over rice
Bean Burritoes
Bean soup w/ham (add homemade bread)

I'd buy pb and use it for the following:

Sandwiches for lunch - you said you have breadmaking supplies. Serve w/applesauce.

Pasta w/Turkey, Veggies, and PB sauce - use the leftover turkey. Make a pb sauce from 2 T pb, 1/4C water, 1T soy sauce, 1T lime/lemon juice. dash red pepper (optional) - melt together over stove. Stir into cooked pasta, turkey, and veggies.

I'd buy a couple bags of frozen veggies -whatevers on sale - they're usually cheaper than fresh and nearly as nutritious.

I'd buy a couple cans of tuna and mix them w/rice or pasta and a veggie.

I'd probably buy a bag of potatoes to round out meals and to serve goulash over if there are any leftovers, or to make into hash/fried potatoes to go with some eggs.

So:
Bag of potatoes: $3-5
3-4 Bags of beans: (here it's roughly $1/lb bag) - $3-4
Jar of PB: $5 for large generic
3 bags frozen veggies: $3 (could be less on sale)
4-pack tuna: $3-3.50
1-2 dozen eggs-$1.75-3.50
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does bread making supplies include flour and baking powder?
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Yes this. She has a $45 emergency menu (feeds a family for 1 week) but since you already have some items you could implement a version of her menu for less probably. Her menu assumes you are starting from nothing.
I have done that plan before (from scratch ) and it was way more than 45.00. At least double.

I will check though. I may have enough on hand to do it.

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does bread making supplies include flour and baking powder?
Yes.

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Another thought, do you have an Aldi's to shop at?
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Didn't think about tuna :

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I have done that plan before (from scratch ) and it was way more than 45.00. At least double.

I will check though. I may have enough on hand to do it.
Uhh yeah I just looked at it and it was obviously done before food prices went up these past couple years!! She does have some great recipes that can be made with very cheap ingredients though. Beans, potatoes, etc.
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How many people do you need to feed?

And any allergies/intolerances/foods the family absolutely hates?
There are myself (pregnant and on/off nursing 2yr old), dh, 9yr boy, 6yr girl, 4yr boy, and 2yr girl.

No allergies or food issues.

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You can get WIC and perhaps emergency food stamps. Also, check your church and see if they have an emergency fund and/or a food bank.



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Soup. Lots of soup. Soup is mostly water and warm and filling.

Tortilla Soup (gd. turkey, beans, corn, 1-2 T tomato paste, spices)
Ham and Beans (a bag of dry beans is cheap)
Hamburger soup (gd. turkey, mix veggies, 1-2 T tomato paste and pasta)
Chili (gd. turkey, beans, 1-2 T tomato paste, chili powder, onion powder, garlic powder, cumin)
Rice w/tuna gravy
Tuna Tettrazini (spaghetti w/white sauce and tuna)


1 lb chubs of frozen turkey are less than $2 at most stores. You can cook and divide for two meals if used in soup or casserole.

Tomato paste goes further than cans of tomato sauce or diced tomatoes.

Buy a cheap bag of frozen mixed veggies and divide out into the soups.

We've done this for our family of 8 and it's the best way to make odds and ends stretch to make a meal.

ETA -
(2) 1lb chubs gd. turkey = $4
(2) 1lb bags of pintos = $2
(1) 1lb bag of kidneys = $2
(2) bags frozen mix veg = $3
(1) bag frozen corn = $1.50
(4) cans tuna in oil = $2.40
(2) 18 ct eggs = $5.00
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I'd get beans and split peas. A bag of cheap potatoes. Get some milk.

Then I'd check out what things are on sale at your grocery store. Canned pumpkin and green beans might be on sale right now.
Bananas are a cheap fruit and I think its good to have some fresh veggies if you can. Let each kid have half a banana each day or every other day or mash it up in the oatmeal.
A couple cans of the cheapeast tomato sauce


For meal ideas:
homemade bread with chili spiced beans (chop up a hotdog to add to your dh's)
beans and rice with salsa and cheese or sour cream
pumpkin bread and fried eggs
rice cooked in tomato sauce and spices
Split pea soup
refried beans and spanish rice with homemade tortillas

also don't forget to ask on freecycle. perhaps someone has some extra items they will let you have

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Just found large jar of generic pb in my cupboard.

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Here we go:
Breakfasts: Oatmeal/Oat muffins. Milk. OJ or applesauce. Egg/rice casseroles.

Lunches: Leftovers or turkey or PBJ sandwiches w/turkey or bean soup

Dinners:

* goulash with homemade breadsticks (see HBHW website for that recipe)
* spaghetti with breadsticks
* turkey wild rice casserole (mix the rice with chopped turkey, a small amount of milk or sour cream, and chopped onions - top with a little cheese and bake until bubbly)
* chili
* bean & cheese burritos
* chili hot dogs
* baked potato night


Buy:
2-4# dried beans - black beans are best for this menu - get red and navy (white) also if you can afford it.
3# onions
5-10# potatoes
chili powder
2 doz eggs
bacon (the Cub in Fridley has Hormel on sale for $2.5 - I bet their brand is on sale, too, even cheaper)
cheese - use sparingly
Carrots and cabbage and celery
Cornmeal

Cook up some turkey with veggies (carrots, onion, celery, cabbage). Makes a good soup - saute the onions and celery for better flavor. Save some of the stock for bean soup.

Cook up all the black beans and one night make bean burritos. Another night, use part of the beans to make a bean soup (smash beans and thin with stock) to serve with lunch.

Use some of the beans to make chili. Serve with cornbread.

Save some of the chili to serve over baked potatoes. Top with cheese and bacon - anything you can find that will make them taste good and be filling.

Fried cabbage is excellent - simply slice it thin, and into small pieces (about 1/2 by 1 inch) and fry in oil or grease.
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Oh, and start using the powdered milk now, mixed w/store milk. It will make it easier for the family to take.
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Not sure about state programs or WIC. Will check to see how quick we could get WIC. Part of the issue is our taxes are still being done : So I do not have tax recoords for last year.

Also, my checking account is -248.12

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Oh, and start using the powdered milk now, mixed w/store milk. It will make it easier for the family to take.
Great idea!

I don't know if I can get cheese. It is really expensive right now.

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Oh...we homeschool so everyone is here for every meal.

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Uhh yeah I just looked at it and it was obviously done before food prices went up these past couple years!! She does have some great recipes that can be made with very cheap ingredients though. Beans, potatoes, etc.
But I also ran her numbers and she came within 20% of my prices. I can replicate her menu for around $55. And if I can "cheat" and use what I have on hand, I'd only need to spend about $10 to get everything on her list. (I'm a stockpiler)
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Great idea!

I don't know if I can get cheese. It is really expensive right now.

Cub has 8oz of shredded mozz for $1.67 right now.
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Then I'd check out what things are on sale at your grocery store.
Do you have the weekly fliers from the newspaper? Check those if you get the paper, or search for the local grocery stores online. All of our local stores have websites that have the weekly flier online. Plan your shopping list from that. Our Aldi's has tuna for $0.49 per can, milk is about $2.50 a gallon, eggs are $1 a dozen, and produce is really cheap.

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Not sure about state programs or WIC. Will check to see how quick we could get WIC. Part of the issue is our taxes are still being done : So I do not have tax recoords for last year.

Also, my checking account is -248.12
As far as I can remember (it's been a while) WIC just needs to see proof of income, like a paycheck stub or unemployment check stub, and doesn't need tax records. Call them and ask. Tell them it's an emergency and that you only have $20 for groceries and they will most likely schedule you an appointment as soon as possible.


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I'm sorry you're going through this. I posted for help here with frugal recipes and, of course, the lovely mommies here came through as they have for you...my link isn't working but if you do a search for frugal recipes, my thread will come up.
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