Qu'acheteriez-vous comme denrées avec un bon alimentaire de 70 € ?
25 November 2014, 08:33 PM
je sais qu'on m'a donné rdv pour ça au Conseil Général.
c'est à utiliser d'un coup ? ou en plusieurs fois ?
Parce que moi, je ne sais pas quoi acheter avec autant en une fois.

merci à vous !  
Votes: 54

Tes courses normales, plus stocks de denrées non périssables:
Légumes secs : lentilles, pois cassés, fèves, haricots..
Céréales : riz, quinoa, boulgour, semoule...
Fruits secs : abricots, figues, bananes, amandes, noix..
Lait en poudre, thé, café.
Huile, vinaigre, moutarde, sucre, farine.
Miel, confitures.
Et un joli stock d'épices !
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