I love saving money on food. But with a busy life, I don’t have much time for meal planning. Recently, I found a secret ingredient to lower my grocery bill without clipping coupons, matching prices, or shopping at crowded (and expensive) warehouse clubs. It’s Buy One Get One (BOGO) free deals!
Welcome to Food Finances Friday! One of the easiest ways to save money on your food budget is to make meals at home. The biggest roadblock to this is that a lot of people don’t have the time to cook! Here are a few time-saving hacks that I use to make healthy home-made meals for our family. Continue reading How To Save Time In The Kitchen
The #1 question I received from readers is how to spend $100 per person per month on food. Many think it can’t be done. But you may recall that we average $400 a month for food for a family of five. Here is how my family keeps our expenses down (and without clipping coupons or shopping at a warehouse club).