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Old 09-27-2006, 12:41 PM   #31
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No Cara, it' is definitely NOT expensive stuff - at least not here in the states.

I don't know where you live Gretchen, but around here frozen spinach is one of, if not "the", cheapest frozen vegetables. It's virtually pennies compared to everything else. I don't have my receipt in front of me, but do know that I paid under a dollar for the package I bought yesterday. Even at full price, frozen spinach is cheap, cheap, cheap - & terrific value for the $$$.
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Old 09-27-2006, 02:33 PM   #32
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As I said, it is relative. It is about a dollar a package now. it used to be 2 or even 3/$1. All I really meant and said was, if I saw it on sale, I would buy it.
And a package will serve 2 scantily in my house so I usually serve 2 at a time. By that comparison, most other vegetables are more economical. I really didn't mean to mislead anyone.
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