5 Surprising Ways to Eat Clean and Save Money! (Page 5)

4. Eat More Vegetables

Budget Tip: Stock Up on Frozen Vegetables
Most Americans fall short of reaching the average recommended daily amount of 2½ to 3 cups of vegetables—which means they’re missing out on key vitamins, minerals and fiber. But fresh vegetables can be expensive, and if you don’t use them quickly, they often end up in the trash or compost bin. Frozen vegetables are a great budget way to make sure there are always vegetables in the house. Add frozen vegetables to stir-fries, soups and pastas for a nutrient boost, or simply steam for an easy veggie side.

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