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$1,200 MASSIVE WALMART ONLINE GROCERY ORDER & PICK UP HAUL | Large Family Grocery Shopping!💃 💃💃


– Hey guys, so I am
back today with another
super, mega, ultimate large
family grocery shopping haul.
There is a lot of stuff here.
Let me give you a quick overview
of all the goodies that we got.
So last month we went to
Sharp Shopper and Costco.
This month, because of
life going on, we put in
a large Walmart grocery order.
This is probably 75 to 80 percent
of what we need for the month
and then in a few weeks,
mister Travis will go
back out with another list
and get more fruits, veggies, milk
and any other odds and ends that we need.
We’re also, Travis is more
like low-carbing and I think
I say this with fear trepidation, okay.
I think I am actually feeling
like I can lean back into
“Trim Healthy Mama” again.
If you don’t know what “Trim
Healthy Mama” is, that’s okay.
You can Google it, it’s a book,
there’s several books now.
I did it so this is not
going to quickly become a
“Trim Healthy Mama” update,
yes, yes. I did it way back
before I was pregnant with
Daniel, and he just turned three
and I lost 30 pounds fairly easily.
And then during my pregnancy
with Daniel, that’s the weight
I gained back and then not
very long after I had him,
I have videos on this, I
lost that 30 pounds again.
And I was continuing on doing
it, like a fairly good girl
most of the time.
However, once we got into that season of
selling our other house,
and moving and all that goes into
moving, and Travis being in school,
and and and I just, I really,
really fell off of it.
I didn’t want to do it, I had no,
just didn’t feel like doing it anymore,
felt like taking a break.
So if you want to know
more about the plan,
I’ll just, I’ll link to that
in the description below.
I won’t go into all of that right now.
I will also say that it’s not
going to change my recipes,
and my meal plans and all
of that, it’s just what I
personally am doing.
Yes, and amen.
So I am going to show you this
large family grocery haul.
Also, another change that
you’ll probably see in or
reflected in what I am
spending and what we’re buying
and such is that we’re
increasing our grocery budget
by about $200 or so dollars a month.
Several years what I’ve
done is we’ve spent
about $800 dollars
for our groceries at
like one big grocery shop
and then Travis has gone
back, or I’ve gone back with
another 200 to 250 to do a fill-in haul.
Now, we’re spending about a
$1000 dollars for one big shop
and then another $200 to
250 for a fill in haul.
So, it’s about a $200
dollar or so increase
and we just, you know,
kids are getting bigger,
we’re eating more again,
Travis is trying to do more
low carb-ish things
and you know, what’s
pitiful about me saying this
and doing this on Youtube,
is that there is video record
of all my attempts.
And that means there is also video record
of all my failures.
Because last January, I did
a big “Trim Healthy Mama”
grocery shopping haul and
then just all the pregnancy
feels kicked in, and I just
stopped caring yet again.
So, let’s see if Jamerrill
can look back a year from now
and continue to care.
(laughs)
Let’s see how that goes.
Anyway, so what this grocery
haul is, is it was actually
$1200. However, 200 of
that is my household items.
So we spend a 1000 on the big shop,
Another 200 to 250 for the
fill-in haul just for food
and then we spend about
another 200 to 250 on
household items.
I don’t count dog food, cat food,
toilet paper, diapers and
those kind of things part
of the groceries because
they’re not food that we eat,
so that’s separate.
Hopefully I haven’t confused you guys.
Again this is a Walmart grocery pick-up.
I included some details about
this in one of my recent
week in the life videos. I
had some trouble getting my
order to go through
because I was over my daily
spending limit on my bank
card for a new bank we just
moved to.
So I had to call my bank,
had to increase the limit
so I could even put the order in.
So that was some fun carrying on.
But anyway, the order did go through.
My order when I placed it
was a little over 1300.
There was about $100
dollars worth of items
they were out of stock in.
So at the end of all of this,
there is gonna actually be
a small list that I have
to send Travis back out for
but that’s okay that’s
because that’s in his helpful
job description.
So anyway, back down here.
So we’ve got several heads of broccoli,
we got a whole bunch of green peppers,
I got, let’s see, two, four, six, eight…
There’s eight zucchinis here.
I had also ordered yellow squash,
and they were out of that.
I got two spaghetti squashes,
two containers of little cherry tomatoes,
we got three packs of green onions,
two big packs of carrots.
These are just really good,
healthy, frugal snacks.
Travis will make carrot
sticks for the kids for them.
We got four heads of broccoli.
I ordered two big bags of corn,
and so they substituted with
four total of the smaller bags,
and then under here, this
is for the kids, okay.
And then there is another bag,
they hadn’t had corn in a
while and I thought well hey,
the kids can have some corn.
One bag of broccoli. That’s
not going to cut it because
we’re big broccoli eaters around here.
Amelia and I really like brussels sprouts,
so I have four bags of
brussels sprouts here.
We have 15 pounds of red apples,
four packs, I had ordered one
freezer pack of blueberries
so they substituted with
the four smaller packs.
It all equals the same amount.
Whenever, let’s see, on the order,
they said that this was
19 pounds of bananas.
So, there you go, 19 pounds of bananas.
So we got six pounds of green apples,
we got some more parmesan cheese,
ketchup for the kids, Kerrygold butter,
I think, yeah, I got eight
packs of Kerrygold butter.
A whole lot of cheese options.
We really like pepper jack cheese.
So I just loaded up, Travis
will do cheese sticks
and other little cheese snacks.
We also have provolone. Two packs of this.
This is for one of the recipes.
Now I’ll say this.
Tomorrow is my freezer cooking day.
I’m just going to do one
dedicated freezer cooking day.
Several of the meals will be
low-carb, “Trim Healthy Mama”,
one thing I am making though,
that’s what I got six things
of old fashioned oatmeal for,
the kids and I are going
to do a whole bunch of
baked oatmeal muffins, and that’s for them
and that’s also freezable,
just something for
you know, quick breakfast fill-ins.
And, I got more garlic
powder, more parsley,
one thing of baking soda.
This is just something
to have in my pantry
because I like to keep
it on hand for baking.
I got four bottles of olive oil.
I got lime juice. I have lemon juice,
but one of the recipes I’m gonna do
is a lime and garlic chicken.
I’ve done the lemon and
garlic before in a video
so I am going to do it
with lime this time.
I got a whole bunch of applesauce.
We’re going to get, I
think I got 24 total.
Because, like if all the kids
want a little cup of applesauce
just as a side item with
dinner, we go through about two
of these now.
So even though 24 containers
of applesauce seems like a lot,
if you have, let’s see
out of our eight children,
we have seven children who all love it.
So we go through it quickly
and again, that’s mainly just
a little side item for dinner
because I like serving lots
of little choices and
add-ons for dinner time.
The kids also got two
packs of animal crackers.
We got five things of apple juice.
Now I do not worry about
keeping juice on hand,
or anything special along those lines.
Because, we have ice and we have water,
and there you go, there’s
your drink, ice water.
You can choose ice cubes or no ice cubes.
Again, this is a treat.
Also, because it is winter,
even though it’s 62 today,
we were out of hot chocolate
so we got two big containers
of hot chocolate. They can
have that with breakfast, too.
We got a whole bunch of milk.
Let’s see, I’ve got 12 milks total.
These are all dated for February eighth.
And I’m not sure how
it’s all gonna line up
on when this video will be published,
but we’ve got a couple weeks now.
So, this milk is going to be gone
in about a week in a half or so.
This is sugar-free unsweetened
almond milk for me,
I love that.
And heavy whipping cream,
lots, I have been using this
just to add in for omelets and things.
And, okay so for the milk,
that will be something Travis
gets in the fill-in haul.
Also, kid-wise, quick breakfast for,
you know, Sunday morning
if we’re scrambling or
whenever it happens.
We’ve got, looks like two,
we’ve got five bags of cereal.
So these are just the emergency fill-ins.
You can tell someone
has some plans for tuna.
So I ordered a whole bunch of tuna
because I am going to do tuna cakes.
I also on “Trim Healthy
Mama” and low carb-ish.
I like to do a can of tuna and
a tablespoon of mayonnaise,
and you can put it on some
lettuce or not, but it’s just
a good protein snack.
Here is the rest of the applesauce.
We’ve got several apple cinnamon as well.
Also adding to the
cheese pile you see today
I had Jaden bring the
card table down because
we just can’t fit it all on the table.
Two bags of shredded cheese.
Now this is that fiesta blend,
and that’s a bag of mozzarella.
And then here, eggs are still
super cheap in our area,
so one of these five dozen boxes is under
$3, $2 and some change.
Got some more stevia,
I got, there’s also one pack
of tea here, but actually,
way down here and this
was one, this is again how
this Walmart substitutions work.
I ordered the great value
brand because I always
go for the store brand when I can.
But they replaced it for the
same price with the Lipton.
And they must have had a run on tea.
A whole ton of bread.
I ordered 24 loaves again.
Guys, if my kids eat sandwiches
for lunch, that is one loaf of bread
and I like to stock up for the month.
Now, they did some replacement on me.
I did not order italian bread
and I did not order french bread.
So that is gonna make us get creative.
But I guess it all works the same.
That’s kind of a fill-in
where I’m like eh I wish
y’all wouldn’t have done
that, but that’s okay.
So, we’ve got a whole
lot of bread going on.
A whole lot of peanut butter
because we’re almost out
and this is a staple in our home.
So we’ve got crunchy peanut butter,
we’ve got four containers of that,
four containers of creamy,
We got four containers of strawberry jelly
and four containers of grape.
And then, I also, again, something else
I like to have sesame seed oil
in my pantry so I saw it and I was like,
okay I need another bottle of that.
And then I got the sugar-free
Smucker’s peach preserves
and sugar-free strawberry.
We’ve got cottage cheese.
I have several kids love
vanilla yogurt and so,
I bought 12 containers of vanilla yogurt.
I know I could make it in my instant pot,
I know I can make it in
my slow cooker and I have,
but I also don’t mind buying it
and having it in the refrigerator.
Okay and back to our cheese pile,
they had these, I know that
this was good for Walmart,
a four pound block of monterey jack.
Now, if you want to know
my exact price breakdown,
go to Largefamilytable.com
and I will have my entire
order there,
that will nickel and dime
every single price for you
and show you the quantities
and exactly what I got.
It’s fairly easy on me
because I can cut and paste it
from my Walmart order which
is helpful, but it’s organized
over there and there’s more pictures.
So with these fun treat yogurts, the kids,
this is a treat that we got for
today while mommy’s filming.
So they’ve already had two boxes of these.
Again, there’s our tea.
And then over here, we have
two, four, five boxes of pudding.
There’s 12 each.
So, these are just the
small little pudding cups.
And again, these will be given
out as treats here and there,
not for the kids to just
totally run through.
But still, they’re not
going to be around too long
and that’s okay.
These chocolate chips are
for our baked oatmeal muffins
and that’s what the
brown sugar is for, too.
Here in the meat, now I said
on my Instagram stories,
I don’t like getting meat at Walmart.
If I could do this
exactly how I wanted to,
You know, I would’ve got meat at Costco
and then put everything
else in for a Walmart order.
Some months, that’s going to happen.
Other times, we just need
the meat, and that’s that.
So, we’ve got three packs here.
These are two and a half pounds each.
So we’ve got about seven
pounds of lean ground beef,
this is 93 seven.
Now steak-wise. See, Costco
has the nice, thick steaks
and Walmart I just don’t,
it seems like all they have
is thin steaks.
So, I got several roast.
Two of these are for
my slow cooker recipes
and the rest are for
Travis to just slice up
and make steaks how he would like them.
He did that last month
with another roast we had,
and they turned out great.
So yeah, I’ve got two
for slow cooker recipe,
two for him to make steaks out of,
and we all love bacon.
These are three pound packs
and so, there are five…
fifteen pounds of bacon.
And then, two little shrimp rings
because several of the
kids, we like shrimp,
and those will just, I’ll pull those out
and that’ll be a treat.
Two things of turkey.
Now, we also have a roll of
turkey burger down there, too.
So I am going to make hamburger patties
and turkey burger patties for the freezer.
And so I ordered these. I also
ordered two packs of chicken
and the chicken they
just said out of stock
and they didn’t substitute
it with anything.
So, that’s another chicken thing is,
all the chicken that I
ordered I ordered like,
let me do my quick math
here, at least 30 pounds
of boneless, skinless chicken breast,
they didn’t substitute it with
anything, I don’t have it,
I need it for my recipes, so
again, on Travis’ short list.
Then we got, there were actually
four packs of the pepperoni,
Travis has one of them now.
And here we are back at the beginning.
And then something I don’t always do,
sometimes I separate my
household items in videos
and today, I am just going
to film it into one video.
And I’m sure you all won’t
mind so here is the overview.
I will have my full large family meal plan
and freezer cooking day
and I have 10 new recipes I am doing,
all of those will be coming
out so, if you don’t already,
go ahead and subscribe to this channel,
and stay caught up with what’s happening.
So over here for the household haul,
I’m just going to give you the overview
of how this is looking as well.
Real quick jumping in,
I had ordered two packs of sippy cups.
These are the sippy cups
that we’ve always used,
even way back when Jaden
and Zion were little,
and Amelia was little and on and on.
So I just, we just buy
extras to add in because
the lids are interchangeable
and the little stoppers
and all of that.
So, over here in the hair section,
we have my hair color,
we have my Olay night cream,
I got two things of deodorant.
One’s for me, one’s for Naomi, of Tom’s.
I was glad could get
that in my order today.
For Amelia, I got her these
cute little hair thing
add-ins.
I got this for myself because I thought
hey, I could figure out how
to do a cute bun like that,
I don’t know, it could happen.
So, I think it was a $5 dollar
thing but I got it for me.
And then, razors for myself and Vaseline.
You’ve seen in some of my
videos, some kids get the little
red ring around their mouth
whenever it’s real cold out
from licking their lips, we
just use a lot of Vaseline
for that and for chapped
hands in the winter.
This is a hair polisher I have
used on my hair for years.
Yeah, hair issues, but it’s
helpful, it smooths it down.
This is hair mousse for some
boys who need some hair mousse.
Up here, we’ve got the regular bags.
I already got into them.
We got parchment paper
because I need that for
some freezer cooking.
And then I got these freezer bags.
We got a thing of Tide
Pods and don’t worry,
our pods are kept way up high on a shelf.
We got some more Irish Spring.
This is still the scent
I like to have plugged into the house.
A big thing of toothpicks
because one of my recipes
we’re going to roll up some chicken
and some provolone and some
turkey slices and I needed that
to help with the freezing.
These are the bags we use for
our trash cans and our bathroom,
this is for household trash.
Got a big thing of
diapers for mister Daniel
and a big thing of diapers
for mister Benjamin.
Here’s for just odds and
ends like for hand washing,
here’s our dishwasher
gel for our dishwasher.
And then, four big things
of strawberry conditioner
and four big things of strawberry shampoo.
Thing of plates back there.
So yeah, this is our
household haul for today
and the household haul again
is everything that’s not
food related.
We actually got cat food and
dog food not too long ago,
so that’s not included
in this haul or anything.
But, there’s a look at that.
Alright friends so, be
looking for the other videos
that are gonna be coming out all about
this food back here, and
remember to go over to
Largefamilytable.com to see
the full price breakdown
and more pictures and all of that.
Remember you can also text the word
ten recipes
to 44222 to get my free
large family table dinner
recipe cookbook.
So, I will see you next
time with another brand
new video and I will chat with
you in those comments below.
Bye-bye!

Randall Smitham

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100 COMMENTS

  1. Bonnie Hajny Posted on February 3, 2018 at 4:29 am

    Got a recipe for you for hot chocolate mix. 1 lb quik, 1 lb dry milk, 1 lb creamer, 1 lb powdered sugar. Mix and use 1/3 cup mix to 1 cup hot water

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  2. Minimalistmomlife Posted on February 3, 2018 at 4:54 am

    Always love your hauls. You are inspiring and relatable. 💕

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  3. Amie Murphy Posted on February 3, 2018 at 8:45 am

    Can’t wait to see your new freezer cooking video!!

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  4. CG86 Posted on February 3, 2018 at 3:40 pm

    I would love to buy everything for the month, but I don’t have enough room to keep everything. This haul was huge! My first video and going to subscribe! Thanks for the recommend Youtube!

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  5. KeshiaB Posted on February 3, 2018 at 3:40 pm

    You go girl! At first I was like how the heck does all this stay fresh. Then you said how large your family was…. totally understandable now. I have 3 boys ages 9,5 and 2 and they go through some food!!!

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  6. Stacey Vroman Posted on February 3, 2018 at 5:12 pm

    Another awesome video!! I know I asked you this before but I can’t find our conversation-what camera do you use for your Vlogging? You always have such crystal clear videos and sound. ❤️😊
    We are getting ready to have a 10th baby in a couple of weeks and I want to catch it all on video.

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  7. KCunlimitedEATS Posted on February 3, 2018 at 9:51 pm

    Cannot stand the background noise.

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  8. JoshsCindyLou aka TwinnyTwinMom Posted on February 3, 2018 at 11:42 pm

    My husband & I have 6 children, 2 are teen boys & we only spend $600-700 per month & have plenty of food. I have found that Walmart is NOT as cheap as our HUGE neighborhood market & Costco.

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  9. Beth and Chris Posted on February 4, 2018 at 5:04 am

    I was expecting “and don’t worry we aren’t dumb enough to eat them” when taking about the tide pods!! This is my first video of yours I have seen and I am sticking around. I would love to see the process of you putting a HUGE haul like this away. Do you have a video like this already?

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  10. Jessica Black Posted on February 4, 2018 at 8:08 am

    I do the Fred Meyer (Kroger) Clicklist for pick up and on the checkout section there is a checkbox you can uncheck if you don't want that specific item substituted. Also you can leave a little note under each item so you can specify how ripe you want things, etc. Walmart doesn't have grocery pick up in my area but I am loving the Clicklist!

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  11. Jesus is number 1 Posted on February 4, 2018 at 10:55 am

    That is a whole lot of grocerys. All that French Bread you will be having meatball subs, garlic bread, or something. Lol God Bless take care

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  12. The Former Mrs Jones Posted on February 4, 2018 at 11:05 am

    You are #goals girl. I’m constantly working on my food budget but I have a lot of work to do!

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  13. Globie Posted on February 4, 2018 at 12:28 pm

    I think their ideas of substitutions aren't substitutions. Yes, they should have replaced the brands and not the type of bread. But, PBJ sandwiches are great on sliced Italian bread or you can make pizza sandwiches out of those Italian/french breads. Anyway, it's a nice haul — lots of fun and yummy ideas, there.

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  14. Miss Amanda's world Posted on February 4, 2018 at 1:55 pm

    Food prices are going up. I had to and only feeding myself increase my grocery budget by $100 for the month from $200 to $300.

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  15. Angie's Pantry Posted on February 4, 2018 at 7:10 pm

    Gosh I don't Miss those day of the huge massive hauls. My kids are grown.. & on their own.. Whew.. lol Awesome haul.. :")

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  16. Trisha Mullens Posted on February 4, 2018 at 9:29 pm

    How many in your family? We're about to have our 5th baby and home school as well

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  17. C Bromback Posted on February 5, 2018 at 12:12 am

    Jamerrill have you shared your baked oatmeal muffin recipe anywhere? I would love to make them.

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  18. Kathy Hosking Posted on February 5, 2018 at 8:03 am

    I can't imagine having enough money to buy 1200 worth of food. We are about to embark upon living in a camper so i just can't imagine. The lord has blessed you.

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  19. Ana Cretu Posted on February 5, 2018 at 8:11 am

    Hi, Jamerill! I love your videos. I am from Romania, eastern Europe and I have a question for you. I saw you still buy diapers for Daniel. My son is also 3 and still wearing diapers. When and how do you pottitrain your children? Any tips and tricks? I admire your way of raising them and hope you will answer! Keep up the good work!

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  20. Asterisk Angelo Posted on February 5, 2018 at 5:24 pm

    Awesome…New subscriber hyr

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  21. April Giaffis Posted on February 5, 2018 at 10:49 pm

    I love your grocery hauls. We are just a family of 4 but will be a family of 5 come April haha. What advice do you have for diapers? It's been 4 years since I had to buy any. Help a mama out 😂

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  22. Lexy Rodríguez Posted on February 6, 2018 at 12:22 am

    Love your grocery hauls

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  23. Dc Comics Posted on February 6, 2018 at 4:49 am

    I love your channel! I have always thought of wanting to plan meals but I didn't know how to really start. For families looking for fun meals on a budget your show makes it easier. Thank you!

    Reply
  24. Marie Lapp Posted on February 7, 2018 at 2:20 am

    Could you write down how to get the freezer recipes. I tried texting but it didn't work. I must've done something wrong…. Thanks!

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  25. Aimee L Posted on February 7, 2018 at 3:13 am

    I’m not married and have no children but I love your videos!!

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  26. La Tina Posted on February 7, 2018 at 7:00 pm

    With the Italian and French breads, I butter the slices and put them into gallon freezer bags and freeze them. I use them for garlic bread, grilled cheese, turkey/ham and cheese toasted sandwiches. Very helpful!

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  27. DEV_GINZ Posted on February 7, 2018 at 9:22 pm

    12 GALLONS of milk in a week and a half? you should buy a few cows.

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  28. Nena maggie Posted on February 8, 2018 at 4:08 am

    Family Fudge

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  29. Brittany D. Posted on February 8, 2018 at 4:06 pm

    Love your videos!

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  30. Jac-keto Posted on February 9, 2018 at 3:14 am

    how many refrigerators and freezers do you need for all that?

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  31. Izzy Arcadipane Posted on February 10, 2018 at 12:30 am

    How many kids do you have as thinking of making a poster

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  32. Izzy Arcadipane Posted on February 10, 2018 at 12:31 am

    £100 2 weeks on a budget

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  33. Katie Richardson Posted on February 10, 2018 at 6:16 am

    New here, how many people are in your family? Nice video

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  34. Kimberley Tramper Posted on February 10, 2018 at 7:37 am

    Great video!

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  35. No, Pretty Rickei Posted on February 11, 2018 at 1:14 pm

    I’m watching your videos in awe! You said your family can go through 12 gallons of milk in a week and I’m like gosh. (Mind you I’m a 27 year old woman with no children just yet) I just can’t imagine even 10 people going through all that food in a month. Quick question do you coupon? That could save you a couple hundred on your grocery haul.

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  36. Richard Smith Posted on February 12, 2018 at 8:37 pm

    Hi Jamerrill, Have you any plans on uploading a video of how to make vanilla yoghurt?

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  37. Ainiewainy Posted on February 19, 2018 at 1:42 pm

    Isn't it possible to communicate with Walmart that there is a list of products you would rather not get substituted? I'm sure they won't really mind you giving them a list of these products, seeing as you buy a huge amount of groceries monthly with them! In my opinion you coming back to them everytime should count for something!

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  38. Cookie Crumb Fun Posted on February 19, 2018 at 11:08 pm

    I am a firm believer in Trim Healthy Mama, it's what I Vlog about mostly. I also know that life interviews with it. Many can testify to that, my hand is raised. I'm older now & the weight seems to enjoy my body it doesn't want to leave. Ha! You do what works for you! Family of 9 here & I see your grivwey hauls & see real life saving food. We go through 8 loaves of bread a week. Ha! You go friend! Thank you for being a blessing & an encouragement !

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  39. Elizabeth Saunders Posted on February 21, 2018 at 7:50 pm

    Have you given up on Aldi shopping? I am always amazed at how you do it all!

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  40. DragonflyArtz1 Posted on February 23, 2018 at 9:02 am

    I'm so freezer meal minded, through the whole thing I'm thinkin' Chop that up put it in baggies, put those in freezer bags, does block cheese freeze?, no better shred that…LOL I see all of that food and I'm going to work! I'm hooked! Love you Jamer girl! Shine your light!

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  41. bombolton Posted on February 26, 2018 at 5:08 pm

    How do you keep everything fresh? Like how does it not go off in your fridge before you get to use all that?

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  42. Inspired care Posted on February 27, 2018 at 1:44 pm

    This is amazing, I am obsessed with your grocery hauls!!! We are looking into a deep freezer to do more monthly food prep, right now I do a monthly pantry haul with Walmart grocery pick up, and then go weekly for milk fruits and veggies, since we just don't have that freezer space, your hack with the pre made pb&J has saved me lol!!!! Your an inspiration!!!!

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  43. Valerie Ann Posted on March 2, 2018 at 8:12 pm

    i THINK PEOPLE WANT TO SEE a FICTIONAL BUDGET BOOK. hOW YOU SIT & PLAN THE SHOPPING: HOW MUCH MONEY, LOOKING AT CURCULARS & MAPPING OUT THE BEST PLAN OF ATTACK!

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  44. Valerie Ann Posted on March 2, 2018 at 8:14 pm

    KERRYGOLD BUTTER IS SO EXPENSIVE IN ny…i AM SO JEALOUSE U COULD PROBABLY GET IT FOR A BETTER PRICE.

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  45. Brittany Leanne Posted on March 6, 2018 at 8:31 pm

    I work at Wal-Mart
    I would of hated to get your order ready for you. If you used online grocery.
    😤🤓

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  46. Carol Kimbell Posted on March 12, 2018 at 2:58 pm

    I love your videos Jamerill!

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  47. Lindsy Torkelson Posted on March 19, 2018 at 4:58 am

    1200 a month for food a month!?!?! My goodness!!

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  48. Jessica love Posted on March 24, 2018 at 2:54 am

    Can I stay yo house? 😐😱🤔 I'll never go hungry again.

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  49. anne onymous Posted on March 24, 2018 at 8:31 am

    Lol a pack of 18 eggs is $5 where I'm from…

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  50. Soul Alchemy Posted on April 4, 2018 at 7:14 pm

    Groceries from Wal-Mart. No thanks.

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  51. Quyen Tran Posted on April 13, 2018 at 9:59 pm

    I wonder how much it would cost you guy to eat out. Holy molly 😀.

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  52. Erdnussbuttertoast Posted on April 15, 2018 at 9:58 pm

    i honestly would never buy meat through an online order – aka where you're not there to pick it out yourself – because I feel like the employees would pick out meat that's the left-over from what other people didn't pick, might not be AS good to look at or closer to the best-before date. But if you don't have the time to go to the store yourself, there's obviously not much of an option there, other than ordering it at a store where you trust the employees to pick out good meat for you

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  53. Opened Eyes Posted on April 18, 2018 at 7:16 pm

    Feeding that many kids looks so daunting…

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  54. Chelsea Divel Posted on April 21, 2018 at 4:48 am

    For that many kids and all the good foods and house hold items you got for $1200 isn’t really that much! I love your videos thanks for sharing what you get!

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  55. Karrie Truman Posted on April 25, 2018 at 7:52 pm

    Holy awesome!!!!! Great video!!!!

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  56. Gracie Hernandez Posted on April 27, 2018 at 12:32 pm

    Omg. How big is your kitchen???

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  57. Angel Posted on April 30, 2018 at 3:48 am

    if they're buying from WM…a lot of what's on that table is "name brand". keep in mind that when you order for pick-up if the item is out of stock the employee completing the order can pull the more expensive name-brand item so as to fill the order. You can usually specify a first and 2nd choice; or, an only choice-if it's out of stock, you don't want a substitution. Given the mix on the table, I'm guessing they "emptied" several items from the shelves &/or didn't opt for the "no substitutions" …doing that would have meant a 2nd trip or, ordering from a second WM…but, I guarantee it would've saved them a couple hundred bucks (which would've paid for the non-food items). Also—-there's a lot of "extras" on that table…cake, almond milk, etc. They're obviously not worried about there food bill…but, they could definitely trim some of their "grocery" costs, so as to have money later-esp given that they're gonna buy more milk, etc thru the week. oh, just saw Tom's Toothpaste….$4-5….go buy it at BigLots or BL on-line…$3.00 😊

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  58. Jenn in Kanata Posted on April 30, 2018 at 5:12 pm

    You should try a can of tuna mixed with some curry powder and chopped up pickles and mayonnaise it is super yummy to either eat just like that or on crackers or on a salad

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  59. MONEY TIME Posted on May 1, 2018 at 4:38 pm

    Hav to hav meats need protain …

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  60. Katrina Sandiego Posted on May 2, 2018 at 11:17 am

    hi new subs here how did you store your gallons of milk?

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  61. winter july Posted on May 14, 2018 at 1:14 pm

    how many of you is there in the family and just wheeeeere you store everything

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  62. winter july Posted on May 14, 2018 at 1:15 pm

    what's all the apple sauce used for

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  63. Mombie Nation Posted on May 24, 2018 at 6:10 am

    Wow wow wow! So awesome. I want a huge family but this expense terrifies me!! Haha power to you. I need to budget myself a little better and cook more for my boys

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  64. Shannon Wilson Posted on June 2, 2018 at 4:54 am

    How big is your bloody fridge 😂😂

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  65. Deborah Dee Posted on June 2, 2018 at 11:18 am

    YAHWEH bless you and keep you

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  66. catracha V. Posted on June 3, 2018 at 9:35 pm

    With $1200 it's my 4 month house &food gorcey ..

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  67. catracha V. Posted on June 3, 2018 at 9:40 pm

    Just figure out what ya need of food.. don't waste the money that I don't u need … now I need reapply with welfare for food now we 2 kids 1 in school n 2 a baby. Cloth&diaper&wipes etc

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  68. Saved by GRACE Posted on June 5, 2018 at 3:35 pm

    That's really weird how they substituted your bread. I wonder if there was some kind of bread shortage in their bread aisle?

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  69. None of your Business Posted on June 7, 2018 at 6:27 am

    You should get a news paper for comparing prices from other stores that's cheaper. And send them to Wal-Mart's by emailing them. And then Wal-Mart will have to give it to you for that cheaper price which allows you to buy even more food for the same price you normally spend. And you can get a tax i.d. number and contact all those different companies and they will donate those productions to you and can send you manfactor coupons too.
    They don't mine because they can right it off on their taxes as charity donations. I know because I have contacted them.

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  70. iseedee Posted on June 7, 2018 at 12:17 pm

    How do you store all of that? That is a lot of food.

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  71. Diane Choate Posted on June 8, 2018 at 1:45 am

    Jamwrill, take time for you….you are such fun to watch. Love your videos….inspiring. just wonder if you put this into a notebook then don't have reinvent the wheel…have a great day….you are a great momma…

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  72. Diane Choate Posted on June 8, 2018 at 2:58 am

    Jammerill, do you have 2 refrigerators? 2 freezers? I can't imagine where to out this…

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  73. Shannon Broome Posted on June 16, 2018 at 5:10 am

    I use French and Italian an bread to make large French toast casseroles. The while fam loves it. ( Fam of 8)

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  74. Cynthia Ring Posted on June 20, 2018 at 4:37 pm

    Hi 🙂 Love your videos (new subscriber here!) I'm just watching some of your videos…. wanted to say – regarding the bread substitution… I buy Walmarts french bread all the time and make my own garlic cheese bread. I slice it, put the butter/garlic mix on it then top with cheese and flash freeze it on cookie sheets. Then I put 4 slices per Ziploc baggie for nights when we feel the need for garlic bread. Just a few months ago, I bought 8 loaves on sale for $0.25 per loaf! I got 16 bags (4 slices each) of cheesy garlic bread for $2!! Take that expensive Pepperidge Farm bread! LOL …. Just an idea since you do so much cooking ahead in your videos. My family is tiny, just me & hubby but I've gotten tons of ideas from your videos on cooking ahead. We both work full-time jobs so making stuff in advance has helped me so much! Also prevents us from eating out due to exhaustion in the evenings. It helps to know you have a lasagna in the freezer at home you can pop in the oven. I'm enjoying your videos! 🙂

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  75. Sober Happy Sam Posted on July 2, 2018 at 1:16 am

    love you

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  76. Angela Mendoza Posted on July 2, 2018 at 2:24 pm

    I love watching your videos!! You are almost my favorite to watch on Youtube. By the way I love your hair!!

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  77. FrugalMommaNTheWoods Posted on July 7, 2018 at 8:04 pm

    nice haul,lots of goodies

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  78. Jen Green Posted on July 16, 2018 at 5:12 am

    I had four kids, three are still at home…it would take us a year to go thru that much food.

    We spend about 500 a month. But we eat good. No store brands and that includes all cleaning supplies.
    Do you meal plan all meals? Is the cost of living high where you live?

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  79. toy collecter show Posted on July 17, 2018 at 12:24 am

    Woah 😌thats so much i enjoy this videos its so amazing 😯and enjoyble💍😂

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  80. toy collecter show Posted on July 17, 2018 at 12:26 am

    4 head of broccoli 😂 you ment cauliflower

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  81. toy collecter show Posted on July 17, 2018 at 12:27 am

    Irish butter is delic

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  82. nicole james Posted on August 3, 2018 at 4:00 pm

    love ur haul

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  83. Tamara Allen Posted on August 6, 2018 at 12:02 am

    Failure does not exist, it is another opportunity to move forward. In my eyes you only fail if you do not try😊

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  84. Summer Robinson Posted on August 11, 2018 at 11:18 pm

    Yummy food!

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  85. Summer Robinson Posted on August 11, 2018 at 11:19 pm

    Girl you just kill it. Super mom!

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  86. Kelly Reynolds Posted on August 13, 2018 at 4:52 pm

    Aweesome video

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  87. Kelly Reynolds Posted on August 13, 2018 at 4:52 pm

    Awesome video

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  88. Misceláneos y Más Posted on August 29, 2018 at 7:33 pm

    Sorry, but today I was not paying attention to your haul, but to you, YOU LOOK AMAZING and it is interesting because you are A MOTHER OF MANY KIDS, thanks fo inspiring us, bye nena!!!

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  89. lemoncrinckles Posted on September 16, 2018 at 3:01 pm

    Hi, Jamerrill, I've watched a ton of your videos and would love to know if you have ever addressed leftovers and/or food waste. Many thanks!

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  90. nic c Posted on November 4, 2018 at 8:00 pm

    Your kids are so lucky to have you as their mama. My goodness I don't know how you do it. My mum had 6 kids but never cooked for us, I rarely ate meat, and we weren't poor, she just didn't care much for food. Its amazing we didn't have malnutrition! Frozen pizza, waffles and potatoes were my staples, but I have to say I love my mama and wouldn't change her for anything! God bless you for being such a wondeful mother and a great example to others.

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  91. Eli Heyward Posted on November 13, 2018 at 1:38 am

    the person who delivered that really deserves a tip

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  92. Diane Choate Posted on December 29, 2018 at 6:35 am

    Jammerill, I have never ordered from W almart online. Is there a limit as to how much/ many products you can order? Do they charge you for delivery?

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  93. Angelina Suazo Posted on February 17, 2019 at 2:18 am

    Hey Jammerill,
    That was quite an impressive grocery haul.
    At 4:57, that was a pretty big bag of, healthy looking carrots! And at 7:08, those jars of apple sauce look delish. I always try to to keep a jar of apple sauce chilling in the fridge for dessert. Or just a comfort food snack.
    I can tell you and your family love and appreciate good food. And I'm glad that you are so generous in providing for your kids, thinking of what they need too, because I've seen some large family mother vloggers, and they get mainly vegetables, and not much else, that would interest, or feed growing children.
    And then, these same parents would get more adult treats for themselves, and leave the kids with "slim pickens". 😞

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  94. Marc Alan Sherman Posted on March 18, 2019 at 4:38 pm

    I really enjoy your videos but it's hard to watch when you refer to yourself in the 3rd person. It sounds very conceited.

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  95. Ashley W Posted on April 9, 2019 at 2:06 am

    Any advise Jamerrill on best way to make Brussels sprouts? Thanks so much! Love your videos!

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  96. Sheena Fluellen Posted on June 5, 2019 at 6:14 pm

    Hi! What are your tips for storing produce and fruit?

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  97. Couponing with Candice Posted on July 3, 2019 at 4:20 pm

    So excited to try Wal-Mart grocery pickup, was surprised to see they gave you French bread loaves as a substitute for sandwich bread lol kinda not even the same thing but it does make great fancy French toast

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  98. Catherine MacMillan Posted on July 13, 2019 at 7:34 am

    Love your stain glass windows. Did you make them or purchase?

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  99. Wendy Brooks Posted on August 2, 2019 at 11:12 pm

    I do appreciate you sharing your budget numbers with us, however I have seen what lengths you go to feed your family healthy meals snacks and the big freezer cooks you do. Please never feel that you need to justify what you spend, or your choices for snacks to anyone. Any one that has followed you we know you are a very organized and thrifty .

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