I know we all want to put Passover/Pesach behind us and eat some real treats, but you can save a bundle today if you shop right! Check out the sales at your local grocery stores and delis on their Pesach leftovers. Some ideas for products that keep well from year to year (unopened unless otherwise stated):
∞ potato starch, matzah meal, matzah cake meal, matzah farfel – Use up your leftovers during the year and store the unopened for next year.
∞ matzah ball mixes – Use up your leftovers during the year and store the unopened for next year.
∞ cake, cookie, and muffin mixes – At a low price these can be a good quick dish to make in a pinch.
∞ cereal – We bought a few this year that were clearanced out from last year and they tasted fine.
∞ cooking wines
∞ cooking spray – Use up your leftovers during the year and store the unopened for next year.
∞ vinegar – We have stored opened leftovers successfully from year to year. My husband does not like cooking with Pesach vinegar, but he likes it for cleaning or for making homemade vegetable wash. See my post “Homemade vegetable wash: Worth it?”
∞ spices – We have used our leftovers for several years.
∞ soup mixes
∞ salad dressing mixes
∞ vegetable oil
∞ canned goods and condiments
∞ salad dressing
∞ margarine – Freeze to use next year.
∞ yogurt – You should not store this until next year, but if it is less than $.37 each, which is Aldi’s price per yogurt, then buy it to use now.
* Happy shopping! Post the great deals you find today in the Comments section!
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