Bring Baggies for Taking Home Leftovers

As I live alone and am on a restricted budget, I have to be frugal. Now when eating out I carry three different sized baggies to bring leftovers home in. I bring the bread, individual butters, honey, jellies, etc and any veggies or meat. If offered a to-go drink, I bring that too! You would be amazed how little things save on the grocery bill.


By Gee from AK

September 15, 20100 found this helpful

I think that is smart of you.

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September 15, 20100 found this helpful

This is a really, really great idea but I hope when you're taking the individual butters, honey and jelly packets, etc home that you mean only the amount to complete that one single meal of your leftovers and not more than that of amounts set out on tables meant for multiple customer use.

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September 16, 20100 found this helpful

Gee, somehow I'm not surprised at your resourcefulness. Seems to be a common trait among Alaskans. Thumbs up for you!

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