Are there ways to eat cheaply and healthy? Absolutely!
1. Buy “family size” packages of chicken, turkey, fish or lean beef. At one time on a few baking trays, coat some with seasoning, others with a sauce, some with dressing and some with minimal spices. Then use in soups, salads, stir frys and sandwiches.
2. It’s cheaper (but more tempting) to buy big bags of snack foods. Invest in a few boxes of snack size baggies. When you’re NOT hungry, portion out servings according to the package and then grab one baggie when ready to snack. You’ll eat less and save more.
3. Eating at home is almost always cheaper and healthier than eating out. It’s usually easier to control your choices… and portions. Continue reading “How to Eat “Cheap and Healthy””Read More