I don't know about you, but even though I pretty much live for food, I'd rather spend my money on clothes or a mani/pedi.
Yes, I love having amazing food in my kitchen, like 10-year-old aged balsamic vinegar and only organic goat's milk for my son. But I still live in the real world, and I don't have, nor do I want to spend $200 a week on groceries (for the 3 of us).
That being said, I'm slightly sick of hearing how eating healthier costs more.
Yes, it can cost more, especially when you're throwing in organic dairy and meat, but it can also cost the same, or even less than the SAD (Standard American Diet) way of eating.
Curious how I get away with eating grass-fed meat, organic fruits and veggies, and cold-pressed virgin oils (like olive and coconut oil) for about $115 a week?
Here are just 25 (and I say just, because I have more ideas …. maybe a part 2? Help me out by leaving a comment on the bottom!) ways to save money on your weekly grocery bill, so you can treat yourself.
I won't even judge you if you buy a gossip mag with all your extra cash. Just sayin'.
What are YOUR best secrets for saving money while eating healthier?