I'm wondering if any of my readers have experience with Angel Food Ministries?
For thirty dollars, you get quite a bit of food. This isn't a charity thing for poor folks; it's for anybody. Cliff just talked to his brother, Phil, who has been taking advantage of this for a long time. He was especially happy with the bacon-wrapped beef fillets they got this month.
You can go HERE and click on the dropdown thingie to choose your state and see what you'd have gotten in January, or what you would get in February if you participated. There are also meat packages available in addition to the regular unit. This looks like a real bargain, to me. The meat, according to the website, is restaurant quality.
I doubt I'll be taking advantage of it; there's too much stuff I don't need this month. For instance, I'm already stocked up on peanut butter, and that's one of the items. I also have all the potatoes Cliff and I will use in the next month. Another problem is that much of the food is highly processed, which means lots of salt. We try to avoid salt in this house. And we have quite a bit of pork in our freezer, so we wouldn't be needing that.
If they come up with a bundle that I can live with, I'll surely give it a try; I think it would be a wonderful idea for a family, because if nothing else, it would give some variety to their meals.
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