SAVING MONEY ON FOOD When it comes to trimming money from a person’s grocery bill, very often the inexperienced shopper or cook thinks that this means you should be able to walk into the supermarket and purchase $3 worth of food and prepare a meal from that. In reality you often need to buy certain items in bulk or will spend several dollars on a particular cut of meat or other things that will last you for several meals. You can’t really buy fifty cents worth of potatoes and a dollar’s worth of a pot roast to have for one meal. In other words, you may spend a hundred dollars at the grocery store at one visit but when you figure the meals that you get from this one trip, the average amount you spend on any one meal is just a few dollars – if you know how to shop and plan accordingly! This is important to remember too because some meals of course are probably going to cost more than others. You might eat a dollar’s worth of cereal, milk and toast for breakfast, three dollars worth of bread, lunchmeat and fruit for lunch, and five dollars worth of other things for dinner and a small snack. So on average your meals are around three dollars or so but there’s some flexibility in this regard. Saving money on food is not that difficult to do if you know how. It doesn’t always mean buying generic items or items in obscenely huge amounts. There are often just a few things you can do to not just stretch your grocery budget but to prepare cheaper cuts of meat and sneak in less expensive ingredients to many of the dishes you may already prepare.While you of course need to adjust some tips and pointers we’re going to give you to fit your own family and your circumstances, we are going to tell you: * How saving at the supermarket starts before you even leave your own home! ƒ* The real truth about coupons and when they should be clipped religiously – and when they should be ignored. ƒ* How to get an even better bargain on food without coupons and without buying in bulk. ƒ* How to buy in bulk – what to purchase, what to skip, what to be careful about, and where to store all those bulk items once you get them home! ƒ* Easy ways to sneak in cheaper items and ingredients when you cook or prepare meals at home. *ƒ How to prepare those items you’ve purchased so that they’re not just tasty but still very nutritious as well. ƒ* Quick tips and techniques you can use to eat cheap when at work or out of the house for any reason. ƒ* Easy ways to save on your restaurant bills as well, and we’re not talking about just ordering from the dollar menu!
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Catherine D. Rosel is an author of several Superfoods books. Sse switched to eating only whole foods Superfoods in 2009 after being diagnosed with heavy vascular problems and low thyroid. Superfoods helped her regain his health, lose weight, fix her hormones imbalance and helped with her sons ADHD problem. She decided to describe her weight loss experience and inspire people to start rethinking their eating habits. Equation for weight loss and good health is very simple: