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

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.

Pictured Recipe: Quick Vegetable Sauté

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