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Saving Money on Condiments

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Condiments can be a bit pricey. This is a guide about saving money on condiments.


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February 24, 2006

At a restaurant supply store, I purchased a gallon of prepared yellow mustard for nearly $3.00. I bought it only for fill-ups for my regular sized squeeze mustard bottle, for everyday use. By doing this, it saved me lots of money, rather than going and purchasing more of the regular sized squeeze mustards at the grocery. The gallon lasted a long time, too!

By Terri from NV

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June 9, 20010 found this helpful

Save all those extra condiments from fast-food meals. (My local McDonald's drive-thru always gives me a handful of ketchup when I ask for ketchup for one, so they really add up.) Then, use them for picnics in the summer. It makes the basket lighter, and there is no chance of hot weather spoiling the condiments!

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November 7, 2008

Save those packs of mayo, mustard, ketchup, relish, lemon juice, honey, etc. Put them in a bowl in the frig. When you need some for your lunch bag there you are. No mess or fuss.


Source: My sister, did this for her kids.

By Laura from Spartanburg, S.C.

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