If you're wondering what you can do, right now, to start saving money by cooking smarter, try some of these suggestions from the book Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half with America's Cheapest Family. At the end of each chapter, the authors, Steve and Annette Economides, give readers several practical steps they can take right now. Their suggestions are divided into three levels: Timid Mouse (those just starting out on their frugal journey); Wise Owl (a little more experienced); and Amazing Ant (experienced tightwads). This is the closing encouragement from Chapter Five-Cooking That Will Save You Time, Money, and Sanity.
If cooking is a foreign language to you:
If you know how to cook, but need some encouragement:
This excerpt shares only a few of the hundreds of money saving ideas from the new book Cut Your Grocery Bill In Half with America's Cheapest Family (Chapter Five-Cooking that will save you time and sanity). Link here.
Steve and Annette Economides are New York Times best-selling authors and internationally recognized personal finance experts frequently requested on NPR and other radio programs. They have been featured on Good Morning America, The Today Show, ABC's 20/20, Fox TV's Your Life with Neil Cavuto, The Dr. Phil Show, and in Good Housekeeping, People, and Real Simple.
To learn more super practical ways to save tons of time and money, visit AmericasCheapestFamily.com.
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