Online Coupon Class: Building a Stockpile

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  1. Tina says:

    My mom used to stockpile even bread and milk by freezing them. If you’re really picky then milk tastes slightly different after freezing, but bread is just fine. Just make sure you bag it well and remove all the air just like freezing anything.

    And speaking of freezing and since it’s corn season, corn is really easy to freeze- just cook corn on the cob as you normally do, then cut the corn kernels off the cob like you would for a small child. Spread on a cookie sheet and freeze for a few hours. Then pull out of the freezer and load into bags. The reason for the cookie sheet first is to keep the corn from sticking together in one big lump in the freezer so you can later take out how much you want. It’s probably the easiest perishable to ‘put up’, much easier than canning.

    …and thank you for the site!! The menu planning video especially was great!!

  2. Lillian DeFreest says:

    at the bottom of your page i see a tab that says My List what is this for. By the way I am new to extream couponing so i am learning alot from you videos it is a great program and will start using you tips and lists. thank you

    1. Passion For Savings says:

      Good question Lillian and I am so glad you are starting to save! When you go to a list for Weekly Ad and Coupon Matchups for a store that I cover, there will be small box you can check next to each matchup in the list. This will generate a personal list for you of the matchups you have checked and you can print off the list to take to the store! I hope this help and let me know if you need more help!

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