Here are 3 ways to save money and keep your groceries fresh longer.
Daily Tips To Save You Money:
- Make Coffee at Home: Brewing your coffee at home can save you $100 dollars a month and 1,200 a year (according to Business Insider). Also, its good for the environment because you use a reusable coffee mug instead of throwing out paper coffee cups.
- Yesterdays Dinner is Today’s Lunch: Even something simple like bbq sauce from last night can be today’s bbq chicken wrap. Tzatziki sauce is today’s spread on your bread for a sandwich. Be creative and don’t waste awesome food!
- Grow Your Own Herbs: When I look in my fridge there is always leftover parsley and basil. This is food and money gone to waste. Grow your own fresh herbs and then its free! Plus you can pull off only what you need. Living in NYC apartment I love the new indoor planters
My 3 Favorite Tools To Save Money:
We have all been there, making guacamole or avocado toast and yesterdays avocado half has gone bad! All those crazy hacks do not work. But the key is to cover it and make sure no air is coming in to stop oxidation. I love food science! This simple avocado cover totally works and is so cheap. More homemade avocado toast less cost to take out for brunch. Here are some awesome avocado recipes:
Happy avocado eating and I hope you love this product! Cheers to avocados staying fresh!
Tom loves Costco and Sam’s Club. Buying in bulk saves you so much money but also most of it goes unused! Vacuum sealing food preserves food 5 x longer then just putting a freezer bag. Also you can marinate fish or beef (don’t use acid because breaks down the protein) and then seal it in for later. Double saver because you can marinate with leftover herbs and ginger. Finally this is a great way to sous vide. Seal the fish or meat and then drop in the heated water. Either way this saves so much food waste and money
Perfect source of potassium and hearty so feel full but they spoil so easily! This airtight bag keeps bananas fresh 2 weeks!!I love when a product is super simple, practical and saves money too! I hope you love this and have lots of bananas.
Sending you gratitude and thankfulness! Hope these books help make you smile and brighten your day!
I am so Grateful for you and thankful to get to cook with you! Any questions about this recipe or any others feel free to comment below. May every day be happy comfort food day!
With a grateful heart – Jay
My Favorite way to add a little more gratitude to my life: