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Fabulous Frugal Food Bills

Fabulous Frugal Food Bills

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Published by amandafazani
Fabulous Frugal Food Bills is aimed at anyone who wishes (or needs) to reduce the cost of feeding their families.

In recent months, the cost of food has skyrocketed! This guide can help you get more for less, with tips for storing and preserving foods; learning what's in season; saving £££'s at the supermarket, and even some basic tips for growing your own!

Written from the perspective of a British mummy, many references are more appropriate for UK-based readers, though families from across the pond may still find some useful tips and recipe ideas to help be more frugal with their food expenses.

Please feel free to leave your comments about this ebook, good or bad.
Fabulous Frugal Food Bills is aimed at anyone who wishes (or needs) to reduce the cost of feeding their families.

In recent months, the cost of food has skyrocketed! This guide can help you get more for less, with tips for storing and preserving foods; learning what's in season; saving £££'s at the supermarket, and even some basic tips for growing your own!

Written from the perspective of a British mummy, many references are more appropriate for UK-based readers, though families from across the pond may still find some useful tips and recipe ideas to help be more frugal with their food expenses.

Please feel free to leave your comments about this ebook, good or bad.

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Published by: amandafazani on Apr 15, 2009
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Supermarkets would have us believe that it is perpetually summer.

Fabulous Frugal Food Bills

© Glamumous 2009

Image credit: kweezy McG

Frugal Foods

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Year round, we can find strawberries, tomatoes, all matter of salad
and foreign fruits.
Food which is in season is cheaper to buy: British seasonal food is
sourced from local farms; it travels less distance to the point of sale,
tastes better and leaves a much smaller carbon footprint than the
produce sourced from far off shores.
Despite the colder climate, Britain produces a wonderful range of
fruit and vegetables throughout the changing seasons. Let's take a
look at what's available at different times of year with some ideas for
how they may be eaten:

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