After going through how much we spend on groceries last week, I thought I would write up this week’s menu plan to show what we eat on this budget.
Buying food in bulk and cooking and freezing leftovers for later are both great ways to save money, but they’re dependent on how well we utilise the freezer. In this article you will find some hints tips on freezing and a freezing guide.
We’ve lost touch with nature a little. Eating in season not only saves you money on the groceries, it’s healthier and it strengthens our connection with nature and the seasons. Here are 4 printable seasonal eating guides for Australia.
Lentils are a cheap and nutritious addition to any diet. But if you’re feeding a fussy family who isn’t keen on lentils, how do you eat more? By sneaking them in! Here’s how to hide lentils and enjoy their benefits.
Save money on quality cookware by buying cast iron cookware at your local army disposals store.
Gourmet cooking doesn’t have to break the budget, infact it could even save you money.
According to this article, Australians throw away an estimated three million tonnes of uneaten food a year, worth $5 billion. Statistics are just as startling in the UK with £10 billion of food going to waste and in the US food wastage adds up to around $100 million. On average, each household is throwing away around…