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I live in California, we have 99 cent and more stores in many locations. They have fresh produce (bananas, califlower, scallions, organic salad mix, onions, potatoes, etc), bread, eggs, milk, lunch meat, frozen dinners (many are brand names, just close to expiration dates) for $1.00! I haven't bought produce in a regular grocery store for years! Shampoos, soap, cleaners, you name it, it's all there and it's only $1.00 per item. I can eat for a week on $20!
Check your local listings for store locations, it's well worth it, even if you have to drive a little bit to get there!
The easiest way to save is NOT to spend. Use what you have on hand. Forget those last minute (and more costly than you planned) runs to the grocery. Here's a nifty site my nephew loved for utilizing things already in your pantry: