5 Ways to Eat Well for Less Money

Ramen, broccoli, and chicken salad
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The price of food can often be frightening and sometimes it is hard to keep up with rising prices. One way to reduce the impact and reduce costs is to go back to the stove and cook. Dig out those family recipes gathering dust on the bookshelves. Forget the ready meals and fast food instead cook fresh, local, seasonal produce. More often not than not this food is not only cheaper to buy but more nutritious and tastes better. With a little careful consideration, it is still easy to eat well and save money.