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11 Smart Shopping Tips for Small Households


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I shop the meat dept for sales & expiring items. Even if pkg is large, I take it home, separate into smaller portions & freeze or cook into different meals then freeze. You can cook meat or chicken especially to freeze then finish recipe later. Cook your dried beans at the same time & freeze in smaller portions.
We shop the dollar stores, produce stand & watch for ads.
When single I bought large packs then split w/ friends or neighbors to save money. Had a coworker that I could do that with too. She's single & ltd freezer space but would split the cost to get more or better good items.
I like the bulk section for trying new things too. Report
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Buy items that can be frozen and divide them into single portions at home and freeze them. Then you can take out a portion at a time for cooking.

Be sure to label and date the package if you can't see what it is Report
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Those specials do tempt me, but it would be a waste of good money sometimes. It's also good to take advantage of a special and share with a family member or friend. Report
Shopping the salad bar for a small amount of lettuce is a great idea rather than buying a larger amount that could go to waste. I’m going to do that today! Report
I absolutely love the idea of putting the leftover veges, meat, sauces, etc in a freezer container to save up for a soup later on. Why didnt I think of that?? I waste a lot of meat and veges....but no more! Report
Great tips! I especially liked the one about beans, since I am using beans much more often now. Thanks! Report
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It's tough to learn to cook for two after years of cooking for a family. Report
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