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  • Morning Coffee: Wipeout available on ABC.com

    My guilty pleasure on TV is ABC’s Wipeout – I feel like I shouldn’t be so amused at the devastating things that happen to the contestants, but they never seem to be seriously hurt and it’s absolutely hilarious. My favorite is the giant red balls, and in the Winter Wipeout episode that aired earlier this week, they installed a moving walkway (like you see in airports) so the contestants couldn’t stop before they launched themselves at the balls. Awesome! You can see for yourself here 🙂

    Coupons.comThere are new coupons at Coupons.com, including some Reach coupons that will make for free products at Walgreens starting tomorrow. Links via Logical Media.

    Today at 10 a.m. PST, Amazon will have a Lightning Deal on Bob’s Red Mill Organic Rice Flour, which you can use to make my Vegetable Tempura. You’ll be able to get four 24-oz bags for less than $17, so it’ll definitely be less than the cost of rice flour at the Whole Foods where I just picked up a bag this past week. Rice flour is gluten-free, so it’s especially great to have around if you need to avoid wheat. Disclosure: I’m an Amazon affiliate, so any purchase you make after entering Amazon through a link on Chief Family Officer supports this site at no additional cost to you. Thank you!

    The printable coupon for $1/1 Xtra laundry detergent is available again if you haven’t previously printed it. Through today, Xtra is on sale at CVS for $1.99, so get it for $0.99 with coupon.

    $5 Dinners has a handy roundup of next week’s drugstore food deals. Walgreens and Rite Aid both have Quaker Oats for $0.50!

    Life as Mom has some suggestions on how to get started with stockpiling your pantry.


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