Recommendations: Some Great Advice…

Posted: August 4, 2008 in health, links
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I came across these articles the other day and decided to pass the links along since they provide some sound advice on everything from cheap but healthy foods to living on one paycheck.  Enjoy.

20 Healthiest Foods for under $1

6 Ways to Save on Groceries

Grocery Story Tricks and How to Avoid Them

How to Menu Plan

Living on One Paycheck

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Comments
  1. Wow, that IS a great list of healthy cheap foods. A great reminder, thanks!

  2. The list is excellent. And although some of these foods cost more than a dollar in their ready to buy form, they all cost a dollar or less per serving.

  3. I’m big on menu planning. It helps me to save money AND it’s less tempting to go out to dinner when you know you have the ingredients for low-fat fettucine alfredo (tofu shirataki noodles, baby, which are only about $1.50 a package)!

  4. I am big on the idea of menu planning, but horrible in the execution.

  5. Annette says:

    this list is awesome……..who knew? I will have to tell my friend who feeds her kids chips and hot dogs because they are cheap 😉

  6. hungrybritain says:

    With the current uncertainties with food prices there is a greater need for us to conserve and be increasingly economical about food consumption at home. We have become wasteful as consumers of food and have never really had a need to feel otherwise before this crisis started. Blaming the rampant consumerism of the supermarkets has now irrelevant in this discussion. The situation now is that if we don’t change our food habits this situation could easily escalate completely out of control. The responsibility is now on us all to change our food buying and food consuming habits.

    Simple food saving tips are things we need to get used to and practice more regularly. Most of these are common sense and can be quite creative. You can find a list of free food saving tips at sites such as http://www.foodcrisis.co.uk amongst other similar sites as well.

    We all need to contribute to a fairer and more food wise program for ourselves.

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