7 Money-Saving Tips to Cut Your Grocery Food Bill By $30 a Week
4. Use Frozen Mixed Vegetables Instead of Fresh
Frozen vegetables are underrated. They come prechopped and ready to use, are just as good for you as fresh vegetables and in some cases are considerably cheaper than their fresh counterparts. The real budget goldmine lies in the bags of frozen mixed vegetables. Instead of buying two bell peppers and an onion for your next stir-fry, for example, grab a bag of pepper and onion mix and use that instead. You’ll save time chopping and save some money too.
Money Saved: $ 2.25
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