Did you resolve to lower your grocery expenses in 2012? It can be intimidating to think about, but your grocery bill is one of the easiest expenses to reduce. I started a new weekly series in 2011 called, Kitchen Economics. Every Wednesday, I post a quick tip to help you save money in the kitchen.
In the meantime, check out these popular posts that are full of tips to help you reduce your grocery bill.
- Batch Cooking and Freezing: Chicken Breasts for Future Use
- Buttermilk Substitute
- Easy Summer Menu Planning
- Freeze Your Garden Produce Now and You’ll be Thanking Yourself Later
- Homemade Breadcrumbs
- How to Save Money at the Apple Orchard
- How to Save Money on Organic Food
- Know Your ‘Buy’ Price on Your Groceries
- My Menu/Grocery List Clipboard
- Reusing Glass Jars
- Revitalize Dried Out Carrots
- Save Money on Groceries Without Using Coupons
- Saving Money on Meat and Poultry
- Save Up to 50% or More at Your Local Bakery/Bread Outlet
- Small Changes in Your Home Can Protect Your Earth and Your Balance Sheet
- Stock up and Save with Pre-Holiday Grocery Sales
- Ten Paper Products To Cross Off Your Grocery List
- Want a Month of FREE Groceries? Stop Wasting Food
- Eleven Simple Tips For Easier Menu Planning
- 25 Pounds of FREE Flour and Why You Should Always Pay Attention at the Checkout
Did you make a goal for 2012 to lower your grocery spending? Tell us about it in the comments.
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This post is linked to Frugal Friday at Life as MOM.