15 Tricks to Save Money on Food But Still Eat Well (Page 13)

12. Know The Deals At The Fish Counter

Studies show that eating seafood twice a week can reduce your risk of heart disease. So make seafood a part of your diet. We always swing by the fish counter to look for specials. Also keep in mind that your best bet may be to buy frozen fish. It’s often less expensive, and you can defrost it when you’re ready to use it so you know it’s fresh.

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