Make Mouth Watering Organic Meals with Frozen and Canned Foods In today’s economy, many of us are attempting to save money on food expenses while also trying to ensure that we are still able to provide both tasty and highly nutritious meals to our family. It has been found that one of the easiest ways to cut costs associated with the food budget is to focus on creating organic meals. By placing your efforts into purchasing foods that are grown locally, only obtaining those that are unprocessed, and doing a lot of the work yourself – as far as preparation is concerned – you will find that you are able to create healthier meals, tastier means, and economically-sound meals. By creating mouth watering organic meals with frozen and canned foods that have been grown in and around your community and have not been processed, you will find that you are […]
Would you like to eat organic foods, but your budget makes it difficult to do so? Making changes to how you obtain organic foods can put it all into balance. Here are 3 ways you can make it happen!
Ways to stretch your grocery dollar while enjoying Italian flavor
The following is a guest post by Melissa Cameron. Every year, I find myself racing to fit into a swimsuit. By racing, I mean dieting. By winter’s end, the weight is back and I’m fretting about summer again. I’m tired of it. I’ve ping-pong dieted and setting unrealistic (and often unhealthy) expectations of myself one summer too many. This spring, I’m setting a trend for the future: realistic, smart, long-term weight loss.
Happy Earth Day! It’s a great day to think about making one lasting change to make your life greener and cleaner — and maybe cheaper, to boot.
My process and experience rendering lard, and wiser words from another on how to turn hog fat into nourishing grease | Cheap Like Me
I have been planning to write a post on this subject myself for a while, but then I just came across the post How to Buy Organic Food and Eat Well for Less Money at Digerati Life. The post includes several great points about saving on organics:
Eat slowly and honor the food and the preparer.
Don’t stuff yourself like a pig and related rules.
Has your chicken been pink-washed?
Drink a little, eat less. E7QWKAQRDH4W
** Editor’s note: Auto-publish strikes again! This was supposed to go up on March 30, so let’s back track for a moment … **
This is my ongoing,11-week series about Michael Pollan’s book, Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual. Part II is called, “What Kind of Food Should I Eat? (Mostly plants.).” This installment covers rules 40 through 42.
This is my ongoing,11-week series about Michael Pollan’s book, Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual. Part II is called, “What Kind of Food Should I Eat? (Mostly plants.).” This installment covers rules 37 through 39.
Watch your colors and your sugars.
Get wild and oily with Food Rules 31-33
Is organic food healthier? And why Michael Pollan wants you to buy a freezer.
This week I have just two posts to share with you, both from Grist, both related to our Food Rules series. First, if you need any more negative reinforcement about what not to eat, enjoy this slide show of revolting foods … such as “whole chicken in a can” or “whole cheeseburger in a can.” That’s right. I mean, wrong.
Food Rules 22-24: What to eat, how to eat less meat, and the first rule that doesn’t pass my cheese-meter.
Food Rules 19-21 – when food is not food, and thinking twice in the grocery aisles.