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10 Items to Stockpile in a Pantry

Here's a list of items that anyone can stockpile to save money! This is a great place to start saving on your grocery bill

10 Items to Stockpile in a Pantry - Joyfully Thriving

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Tape silica gel packs to the top of food storage container to keep the moister out! Packs are reusable and non-toxic!

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Tips, Tips, and More Tips

Those packages of pre-sliced apples you can buy at store are great for a healthy snack on the go but the price can add up. Make your own by slicing apples, soak in cold water for 3-5 minutes, then soak in a lemon-lime carbonated soda (such as 7-up or sprite) for 3-5 minutes. Divide into snack size portions and store in Ziploc bags in the fridge. The lemon-lime soda will keep the apples from browning and make them last longer. LOVE THIS IDEA!

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Preserving Garlic for the Winter "This garlic tastes FRESH. If you've ever bought a jar of minced garlic or peeled cloves in oil or vinegar, this doesn't resemble any of those things"

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Recycle a Mio bottle for salad dressing, soy sauce, and more. Peel off the label, pop off the top, wash, and fill. Great size to pop into your lunch box and it doesn't leak. -- BRILLIANT!

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Brie with Sun Dried Tomatoes

another pinner said: "my mom does this-Cleaning fruit - fill sink with water, add 1 C. vinegar, mix. Add all fruit and soak for 10 minutes. Water will be dirty and fruit will sparkle with no wax or dirty film. Great for Berries too--keeps them from molding. I do this with strawberries and they last for weeks!"

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Lemon & LIme Ice Cubes by industriousjustice #Ice_Cubes #Lemon_Lime Ice _Cubes

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TIP FOR KEEPING BERRIES FROM GOING MOLDY!! When you get your berries home, prepare a mixture of one part vinegar (white or apple cider probably work best) and ten parts water. Dump the berries into the mixture and swirl around. Drain, rinse if you want (though the mixture is so diluted I find you can't taste the vinegar,) and pop in the fridge. The vinegar kills any mold spores and other bacteria that might be on the surface of the fruit, and voila! Raspberries will last a week or more…

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