I shop at a grocery outlet store, the kind of place where you buy as much of whatever product you see because it may not be there the next time. I buy very healthy cereal for about $2 a box. I have a great big plastic storage box at home where I pour the cereal and mix it. Then I fill a standard cereal Tupperware type canister to serve from. I measure my cereal every morning .
Some mornings, it's more "twigs", another more flakes or squares, but it has flavor variety every day. That huge tub holds about six months of cereal and, because it has such a tight seal, it does not get stale.
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Planning weekly menus saves money, cuts down on produce waste, and creates variety
Select 5-7 meals that can share something like raw carrots, celery, bell peppers and divide them throughout the week, and it will cut down on the bill. For more details e-mail me on how I do it. It won't allow me explain my system here.
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