Thursday, December 26, 2013

Helpful PDF For Fruits and Veggies For the Frugal Minded

I ran across a helpful PDF for those wanting to eat healthier and cheaper in the coming new year. If you are like our family of four, you are trying to squeeze every last penny out of the food budget. Seasonal fruits and veggies are at their cheapest while also being at their best quality, so it's a win-win situation.

Meats? I watch the weekly flyers from the grocery store and plan our weekly menu around the meat(s) that is/are on sale. Another good tactic is to find out when the butcher marks down the meats, and plan a trip accordingly.

What are some of your tips to save money and eat better?

Keep Right On Prepping - K


  1. We're like you. We watch the fliers for meat sales. If they are especially good, we buy as we can and save it for the months our money is short. Like this month. We are eating meat we froze in August.
    Thanks so much for the link. I always wonder what is in season, now I know.
    Have a wonderful weekend!

    Not sure if it's in your area yet, but for $16.50 you get about 15 to 20 lbs of fresh fruit and vegies. We love it!