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20 Awesome Ways To Save Cash On Grocery Bills

Grocery shopping is the one thing people "need" to do. It's not something that one gets excited about or enjoys. If money is not your concern, then there is something less to worry about. Everybody loves a little bit extra money. Don't get all excited about it, nobody is going to give you free money. I am talking about a lot of money savings to reduce grocery bills. Some of the most simple guides and tricks related to buying, keeping and maintaining grocery can pay you off in the long run.

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20 Awesome Ways To Save Cash On Grocery Bills

20 Awesome Ways To Save Cash On Grocery Bills

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1. Purchase in the season.

1. Purchase in the season.

Buy the fruits and vegetables when they are in season. This way they would be less expensive for you.

2. Always buy in bulk.

2. Always buy in bulk.

Bulk buying saves your money in long run and facilitates in availing ongoing offers.

3. Ripe and fresh

3. Ripe and fresh

It can be quite frustrating to buy things and wait for them to ripen up.

4. If it needs to be cooked, cook it right!

4. If it needs to be cooked, cook it right!

Grains can be tricky to cook properly. But when you learn to do it, it becomes a piece of cake.

5. Is it still safe?

5. Is it still safe?

"Best by" and "Sell by" dates are just a caution. Don't throw away perfectly good food just because the label says so. A little bit knowledge about what foods you can still consume can be helpful. 

6. Taking care of produce to keep them clean and fresh.

6. Taking care of produce to keep them clean and fresh.

Produce needs to be handled with utmost care. You should be well aware of the do's and don'ts.

7. Proper storage of meat.

7. Proper storage of meat.

Storing the meats into proper places in freezer or refrigerator can keep it safe.

8. Using sand.

8. Using sand.

Storing root vegetables in sand can preserve them for very long time.

9. Putting paper bags to work.

9. Putting paper bags to work.

Storing garlic, onions and shallots can be kept safe in paper bags. Don't forget to label them.

10. Don't forget to freeze.

10. Don't forget to freeze.

Buying in bulk saves money but you got to take care of stuff using freezer.

11. Freezing meats.

11. Freezing meats.

If you portion out your meats before freezing them, you can take out only the desired quantity, as and when required.

12. Your own baby food.

12. Your own baby food.

Baby food can be really expensive. For a healthy, inexpensive alternative, puree your own food and freeze it in ice cube trays.

13. Freezing smoothie ingredients.

13. Freezing smoothie ingredients.

Spinach and greens can be frozen. You can keep them whole or pre-puree it.

14. Single-serve herbs.

14. Single-serve herbs.

Herbs or green onions can be frozen, storing them in an empty bottle.

15. Preserving celery.

15. Preserving celery.

Wrap your celery in an Aluminium foil and store it in a freezer.

16. Something you need to know about Avocados.

16. Something you need to know about Avocados.

The right way to tell if your avocado is ripe.

17. Store food in glass jars.

17. Store food in glass jars.

Unlike plastic, glass jars are reusable and don't get smelly.

18. Grow on your own.

18. Grow on your own.

Green onion, lettuce, and celery grow well in water.

19. Double your Butter.

19. Double your Butter.

Whipping butter with water makes it easier to spread and last longer.

20. Last-minute milk use.

20. Last-minute milk use.

Freeze the milk with some crushed Oreos for amazing iced coffee.

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