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

Quick Vegetable Sauté

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14. Stock Up On Frozen Vegetables

We always keep frozen vegetables on hand for dinners when the produce drawer is looking a little bare. Frozen vegetables are nutritious because they’re picked at the peak of ripeness and then frozen to seal in their nutrients. And a bonus: most of them don’t have added sodium like canned vegetables often do. Plus they’re relatively inexpensive, especially when compared with their “fresh” counterparts out of season.

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