Posts Tagged ‘food’

  Food is one of those variable expenses that obviously can’t be avoided completely, but with strategic shopping and planning, can cost less. Even without coupon clipping, which can be tedious and time-consuming, there are still some easy ways that you can lower these expenses. The following are some ways you can save money on […]

Vegetables Various vegetables, such as lettuce, broccoli, and celery will last longer if you wrap them in tin foil before storing them in your refrigerator. Also, for your lettuce, it does better if you take it out of the original packing. Rewrap lettuce in paper towels and put it in an open storage bag. If […]

It happens time and time again to many of us: as a way of saving money, we skip the restaurants and take-out joints and stock our fridge to maximum capacity, only to have a portion of it spoil and go to waste. Don’t let perfectly good groceries go bad; these tips can help your perishables […]

Now that the warmer weather has finally arrived, it’s time to fire up the grill for those summer barbecues. Whether you’re hosting a large barbecue for the entire neighborhood, or you anticipate that several family dinners will be grilled up in the backyard over the next couple months, here are s ome ways to cut […]

The cost of food is one expense that cannot be avoided, but with careful planning, you can easily save a great deal of money by bringing your lunch to work. However, in order to actually save money, you need to bring the right types of meals. Lunches that are easy and cheap to make It’s […]

Purchasing items in bulk is often a good way to save money, but not always when it comes to food. Unless you have a large family, bulk food purchases can sometimes be a waste of money because of all the food that spoils. The following food items, however, have a long shelf life or can […]