15 Tricks to Save Money on Food But Still Eat Well (Page 5)

4. Bulk Up When It Makes Sense

Compare the price per weight for other bulk items (besides spices) to those in packages before you assume that the bulk section is always a better deal. Sometimes the bulk section wins, sometimes not. In Vermont, grains like oats, whole-wheat flour and brown rice are often cheaper in boxes as opposed to bulk. And pumpkins seeds and pistachios are cheaper in bulk while other nuts are more expensive.

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