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June 29, 2016
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6 frugal food bloggers with affordable recipes must follow today!

Do you find yourself faced with a tiny food budget and hungry mouths to feed? Then look out for these amazing frugal food bloggers, with delicious recipes for when money is tight. Cooking on a bootstrap Jack Monroe has taken cheap eats to a different dimension. She’s become a highly regarded cook, campaigner, and author of A Girl Called Jack: 100 Delicious Recipes. However, all this came from when she was a single mother with only £10 a week to feed herself and her toddler. Her blog contains many carefully […]
June 29, 2016
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How to save money on your food bill by buying in season

We folk in the UK tend to go overboard when we’re shopping for our food, resulting in expensive shopping bills and blown out budgets. This is partly down to the major convenient supermarkets inflicting their little marketing tricks on us, i.e. displaying the most profitable brands at eye level and the cheapest, basic alternatives out of reach. But, I also believe that a lot of it is down to not making the time to meal plan or buy food in season. By preparing and implementing a food strategy based around […]
June 29, 2016
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5 awesome ingredients you can make from scratch

Here are five amazing DIY ingredients that making from scratch will save you a fortune! Oh and did we mention that some of them are delicious as well? 1. Yoghurt Natural yoghurt costs about £1.50 for 500g (Yeo Valley), and organic Greek-style yoghurt £1.80 for 500g (Rachel’s). Making your own pot of 750g, using Claire Thompson’s get ahead recipe, involves buying a small one (50p, Yeo Valley) to use as a starter for four batches, and a litre of whole milk per batch (£1.10, Yeo Valley). The cost works out […]
June 29, 2016
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Incredible thrifty recipes you must try at home

For most of us food shopping is one big balancing act, whether it’s budgeting for a large family, or keeping things interesting when you live by yourself. Either way, here are a few ways you can make it cheaper with some recipes from leading money saving bloggers. This chicken kebab recipe from Reduced Grub costs £2.00 for four portions and is a simple yet colourful dish to make. If you’ve got leftovers after the Sunday roast then Frugal Queen has some amazing recipes to make those leftovers stretch more than […]

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