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A Frugal Food Philosophy for Eating WELL on a Tiny Budget

219 pages

Everyone is trying to save money right now. For some, it’s optional, and for others, it’s the only way to survive. One place where nearly everybody can slash costs is in the kitchen. You don’t have to be a gourmet chef to do this in a tasty way that everyone in your household will enjoy. In fact, you can be lazy as heck and still save money.

Whether you’re dumpster-diving-for-food poor, have an incredibly limited grocery budget, or have a garden variety thrifty grocery budget, you’ll find some ideas that work for you. Most of the suggestions also consider that someone with a tight budget probably spends a lot of time working and can’t always deliver every single bite from lengthy scratch-cooking processes.

This can’t really be called a cookbook as much as it is a “hodgepodge of thrifty ideas about food.”  You can substitute ingredients in just about every recipe based on what you have on hand. The flexibility is what helps to make it so frugal. The foods you’ll make are truly YOUR meals, based on what you have, what you’ll eat, and what you can afford.

Saving money in the kitchen doesn’t have to be dull and depressing. These frugal ideas, paired with the right attitude (and a sense of humor), will level up your menu!

Bon Appe-Cheap!

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Frugalicious Philosophies
  • Flat Broke Grocery Shopping
  • Basic Batches
  • Ultimate Frugal Formulas
  • Cheap Eats
  • Pantry Raid
  • What a Crock
  • Food with a Future
  • Love Your Leftovers
  • Seasonal Savings
  • Lazy ala Daisy
  • About the Author

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