Save by Using Fresh Stir Fry Bag for Veggie Tray

My daughter likes the variety of cut up vegetables that come in a large sectioned, nifty plastic, re-sealable container. It comes with a dip, and costs $8 to $12. I almost bought one for her today by Taylor Farms at Target Grocery Store. Then I noticed that it had pretty much the same veggies as the $3 bag of stir fry, also by Taylor Farms.

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For dinner, I shook the $3 bag of stir fry veggies out onto a plate, stuck a small dish of salad dressing for a dip, in the center in a glass bowl. Everyone was happy. :)

Source: A sudden flash of inspiration

By cookwie from Richardson, TX

May 9, 20090 found this helpful

Smart! I never understood how anyone could spend that much money on the cut up stuff! You can buy it FRESHER and do it yourself for pennies practically. But this idea is a great one for parties!

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December 21, 20140 found this helpful

Great idea! My 99¢ Only store in Los Angeles has the sane stir fry veggies, so it's even more thrifty. I believe that store us in Texas, as well.

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