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Share the deals & questions 1/14

Posted January 14, 2013


Found a deal today? Here's the place to share it!

Have a question that doesn't fit into any of the other threads? Here's the place to ask it.

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  • Packy Jan 15, 2013

    Does anyone know of any DiGiorno pizza deals this week? I have a coupon for B2G1.

    I had one too but it expired 1/10...yeah, I didn't realize it. So I tried to do the Food Lion deal tikicat mentioned...didn't work out. Had to put one back.

  • mothar1 Jan 14, 2013

    The Facebook coupon for Smart Balance for Kids milk has reset, so you can print one 2.00 coupon. There's a 1.00 ZVR for this too, if you got it.

  • teecee Jan 14, 2013

    Food Lion has the DiGorno pizza 2 for $10 - is that a good price ??

  • ncveteranswife Jan 14, 2013

    Does anyone know of any DiGiorno pizza deals this week? I have a coupon for B2G1.

  • shelleycole Jan 14, 2013

    Thanks everyone! Nancy that's what I usually have to do to make up for it. I'm gonna try these bits of advise and see if it turns out any better.

  • nakabi Jan 14, 2013

    oooops, didn't see Nancy's response first

  • nakabi Jan 14, 2013

    shelleycol-Add some chicken buillon to get extra flavouring.

  • Nancy Jan 14, 2013

    shelleycole, I usually add one of those flavor packets for extra flavor, or a chicken bouillon to get greater depth to the flavor.

  • Dr D Jan 14, 2013

    shelleycole: I've also read that if you'll add a small amount of apple cider vinegar (about a tablespoon per quart of liquid) to the chicken stock/broth as it simmers, this will help to soften the bones and release more of the nutritious minerals into the stock/broth. The vinegar taste and smell dissipates as it simmers - its purpose is mineral extraction not flavoring.

  • shelleycole Jan 14, 2013

    alwaysab- Thanks that does help, but how do you determine what is the right amount of water. Is it so much per pound or just add water till the chicken is covered. My MIL adds butter to hers, but not sure I want to do that. Thoughts?