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  1. 18 Must-Have Store Cupboard Essentials These are the things you should have on hand at all times so that you can whip up a meal without much thought or problems. If you make sure you have these items, you’ll always be able to create a healthy vegetarian meal in minutes. 1. Rice – A variety of rice is nice but if you can’t ...
  2. Are Farmers' Markets Worth It? With the push to shop local to save fuel, eat healthier, and save money, many people turn to their local farmers’ market. But, is it worth it? Let’s look at a few myths and get to the truth about shopping at farmers’ markets. Myth #1: Farmers’ Markets Are Too ExpensiveThe truth is, ...
  3. Eight Shopping Tips to Save You Money Eating a vegetarian diet automatically saves money. Meat is very expensive, as are the health problems associated with a high-protein meat-rich diet. So, if you look at it that way, regardless of how you shop you’ll save money both short- and long-term by eating a vegetarian diet. 1. Be ...
  4. Five Quick and Easy Vegetarian Recipes on a Budget When you think about cooking meals for your family, it’s important to know what’s in them before you go shopping because you really need a list. Having said that, nothing has to be as hard or difficult as we usually make it. There are shortcuts that will save time and money, and still enable ...
  5. Making the Most of Leftovers Using leftovers is important for any household food budget. Most households throw away far too much good food. But, you don’t have to. If you plan in advance to use the leftovers you create, you won’t waste food and can likely double how long your food lasts.* Plan Ahead – Using leftovers ...
  6. Sources of Tasty and Inexpensive Vegetarian Recipes One way to stick to a budget on a vegetarian diet is to have a lot of recipes available to try. Cooking from scratch is almost always going to be cheaper than buying prepared food, not to mention way healthier. Let’s look at some different ways you can find tasty and inexpensive vegetarian ...
  7. Ten Easy Vegetables to Grow If you want to grow veggies that are not only simple to grow but have multiple uses, this list will let you know where to get started. Everything other than the corn can easily be grown in any size backyard garden -whether you choose to grow a vertical garden, traditional rows, or raised beds. ...
  8. The Importance of Planning Your Shopping One thing you really want to do when it comes to saving money and sticking to your budget is to plan your shopping. When you have a plan in place you’re less likely to succumb to last-moment purchases and waste time going back and forth, and you can even be much healthier due to avoiding ...
  9. Tips on How to Avoid Waste Avoiding waste is one of the ways in which you can control your food budget. It’s amazing how much food people throw out. Did you know that more than 1/3 of all food is just thrown away? That’s the food that you buy and spend your hard-earned money on. It’s important to focus on avoiding ...
  10. Tips on How to Get Your Protein on a Budget The fact is, getting protein on a vegetarian diet isn’t really that hard. Most people don’t need as much protein as they think they do. The exception to this is if you’re pregnant, nursing, have an injury or an illness of some kind. But if those things aren’t true, you only need about 46 ...
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