Ever heard of big-batch cooking? More and more people are turning to this method of cooking to spend more time with their families and save money. Preparing food in advance leads to less spending on dining out at restaurants, ordering delivery pizza or hitting the drive-thru on the way home from work.
Another great way to save money is to avoid food waste. According to a National Resources Defense Council study, the average American family throws away $2,275 in food annually. You make a few small changes to help cut down on food waste. For example, you can reorganize the food in your fridge so no food gets forgotten about it the back. Be aware of expiration dates and plan your meals with those in mind before food spoils. Also, freezing your food can also cut down on food waste and give you a quick dinner option on really, really busy weeknights.
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