Want to know how to save money on groceries? We've come up with 20 tips that will help you cut costs when purchasing food.
20. List it. Instead of listing everything you THINK you need, first plan your meals for the week and then buy the ingredients you’ll ACTUALLY need to make them. By doing so, experts say you just might save up to 41% on your grocery bill.
19. Eat first. This tried and true hint bears repeating, as going to the grocery story hungry is the primary reason we buy on impulse. Continue Reading
Thanks Curbly for this wonderful opportunity to share some insights and inspiration. For my last post this week…I thought I would share some info for Foodie Friday on how I am solving my issues with grocery shopping. I find that I was spending too much on food that isn’t very healthy and lasting long enough. I know all of the basics of grocery shopping: – Create a firm budget – Create a grocery list – Stick to list – Coupon clip and shop sales – Don’t shop hungry
My issue was with creating a good grocery list and purchase items that last for a week, two weeks or a month? Continue Reading
Improving your home’s efficiency and lessening your dependence of fossil fuels is only part of the necessary change. You also have to eat like you give a damn. Check out Dr. Bill Chameides’ first video for The Green Grok on sustainable food shopping.
If Men’s Health magazine says it’s okay, then I’m with ’em…it’s got “health” in the title, right? Doctors are never gonna decide whether certain foods are really good for you or not: margarine, avocados, nuts, Olestra. So, until they do, snack on these six “junk” foods that, apparently, aren’t all that bad for you.
1. Pork Rinds (who knew deep fried pork fat wouldn’t be so bad?)