I can debunk a coupon misconception

Posted by Sir Four at 10:27pm Nov 4 '11
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The misconception is that coupons are only good for unhealthy, over-processed foods. While it's true that there are plenty of coupons for those foods, I have to state unequivocally that couponing doesn't limit you to them.

I've used coupons to buy (or stock up on)... orange juice, almond milk, canned tomatoes, pasta, rice, peanut butter, yogurt, soup, salsa, baby food, nuts, canned veggies, frozen veggies, canned fruit, baking supplies, sour cream, chicken/beef stock, ketchup, tea, margarine, eggs... not to mention toothpaste, mouthwash, toilet paper, cleaning products, cat food, band-aids, pain relievers...

I'm not saying I haven't bought any chips, candy or cookies, but neither do I buy mostly those. Meat coupons are rare, though... fresh produce coupons, non-existent. That's the only problem. But I'll bulk meat when it's on sale, and freeze it.
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