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Healthy Eating on a Budget (Continuing Education)

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Healthy Eating on a Budget

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To save money when buying fresh produce, look for a                                  section at the grocery store. For example, inexpensive over-ripe                      can be frozen and used for smoothies or                   .
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In a grocery store, frozen vegetables may be less costly and more                            than those found in the produce and canned sections, especially if the type of vegetable is out of                   .
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For foods you regularly buy, look for coupons found in local newspaper fliers or                   . Coupons for               , likely a household's most expensive grocery staple, could significantly lower food costs.
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Farmer's market or local produce stands may offer fresh produce at lower prices than grocery stores. For the best deals, shop often and look for                      produce or specials offered                                     . Look for farmers who offer a                        option for even more savings.
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Many foods can be                      when made from scratch at home. Staple foods such as bread will be less costly and eliminate                                  or food                          often present in processed foods.
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Non-perishable foods, personal hygiene items, cleaning and household products may be cheaper at a                         . Shoppers should check                         to find these items on sale at different locations rather than shopping only at                                    for all household needs.
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Vegetables and fruits are at their                        and their tastiest when bought in                   , and weekly                  should be planned around these items.
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For extra savings on produce, having your own                    may significantly lower the grocery bill. If space is limited, small containers on a patio are perfect for growing                 , that are often expensive at grocery stores and may be sold in larger portions than needed.
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It is possible to save            percent on your groceries if you buy                      brand groceries instead of name brands.
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Always buy whole foods when possible. Unprocessed foods are                      and often more                            than processed foods.

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