15 Tricks to Save Money on Food But Still Eat Well (Page 8)

7. Get Chicken-Savvy

Boneless, skinless chicken breasts are super-convenient and practically fat-free, but they’re usually the most expensive way to buy chicken. Buy breasts when they’re on sale or, to save money, buy a whole chicken and roast or grill it. Use leftovers in soups, salads or sandwiches. Whole legs, drumsticks and thighs are also good bets if you don’t have time to cut up a chicken.

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