Good cheap food tips
Hunger challenge: Tips on eating well on the cheap
Good cheap food tips are a dime a dozen. Komonews.com found they're also easy to squeeze into 144 characters or less. A Twitter query turned up responses like buying root vegetables and how to store them for longevity, turning onto legumes like lentils and beans, buying in bulk, and cooking at home.
To these we might add: learn to love leftovers, make soups with vegetable scraps and meat bones, buy fresh fruits and vegetables in season, prepare your own pasta sauce, avoid the prepared foods at the take-out counter, and walk right on by the processed foods in the refrigerator/freezer section and the snack aisles.
No need to deny yourself a splurge now and then, but a healthy diet can also be a low-cost diet. It's worth a try, isn't it?
"This morning, I asked on Twitter, "Got any good tips on eating healthy on a budget? Do share." The following are the responses I received, along with several other tips I came across..."