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Cook ingredients that you are used to cooking by other techniques, such as fish, chicken, or hamburgers. In other words be comfortable with the ingredients you are using.
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Monday, November 24, 2008

Introducing Frugal Kitchens 101

Not even 2 days into the last poll it was quite apparent that the readers of this blog are very interested in a weekly article on saving money on their groceries. With that in mind I set about making a banner to identify these entries. These entries will be known as Frugal Kitchens 101 leaving the category open to bring in energy savings as well which also affect the overall cost of a meal. A new label has called frugal kitchens 101 has also been created to make searching the archives for these tips easier. As it stands right now I plan on making these posts each Monday to give ample opportunity to put things into practice for those who shop weekly Friday night or Saturday morning. I can't make any promises that each tip will work for everyone but I can guarantee you that consistently using at least one of these tips you will save money on your groceries.

I will leave the results for the last poll up for a couple of days. I am surprised at receiving any votes for "not interested". This could be that those folks don't have to pay for their own food or are independently wealthy so price is no option or they have mastered the skills of total food self sufficiency. I do hope they drop by to share why the rising price of food is of no concern to them.

Please watch for this weeks Frugal Kitchens 101 article tomorrow after which time you will be able to find it here each Monday and in the archives under the label frugal kitchens 101.

Thanks to all who voted :)


1 food lovers commented:

Mizé said...

Looking forward to learn with your tips to save money in the kitchen.
A good Tuesday, Cheers!