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Oatmeal
 
 

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Frugal people eat, bake and cook with oatmeal. Oatmeal is a thrift friendly food high in nutrition.  You can eat it as cereal for breakfast, add it to cookie dough and breads, and use it to extend hamburger.  You can even use it to make a facial scrub.  

 

Oatmeal stores for years if kept in a cool, dark place.  The best way to save money buying oatmeal is to buy it in bulk.

 

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Here are some additional frugal tips to save money on oatmeal.

 

- Buy oatmeal in bulk at stores like Costco.
 
- Use oats instead of instant oatmeal.
 
- Keep your oatmeal rotated by using it in cookie recipes, like chocolate chip oatmeal cookies.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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