Know just how much to buy of what -- all arranged by grocery store aisle -- with this handy form. Includes detailed instructions to edit for your favorite foods
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What You Get
Want a magic wand to tell you just what to buy for your upcoming cruise?
This spreadsheet is the next best thing when you're planning longer trips where you don't have a meal plan but are simply "stocking the pantry."
- Editable spreadsheet
- Detailed instructions
No spreadsheet skills required. Can use it with any spreadsheet program that can read an Excel file.
Enter how much of each item you use per week, the number of weeks you'll be gone and how many you already have on hand. The spreadsheet will calculate how many you need to buy and even sort it by aisle in the grocery store.
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You'll get login details onscreen immediately after purchase as well as by email a few minutes later, and you can download the spreadsheet and instructions immediately.
You'll have lifetime access to everything including any updates.
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Need to start with menus. Then recipes then provisions
This spreadsheet is for long-term provisioning -- like a pantry -- not for specific meals. When you want to plan for a short period of time -- say, less than a month -- you're right that it's best to start with menus, then the recipes, and then finally create a shopping list.
This is for much longer-term provisioning.