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I recently got the opportunity to read and review “Real Food on a Real Budget,” by Stephanie Langford of Keeper of the Home. It’s absolutely perfect because it fits right in with this month’s theme! Truthfully although I was interested to read it just for its own sake, I also wondered how others do it and if she could teach me anything I didn’t know. The book ended up being just excellent in so many ways!
First of all, Stephanie discusses lots of information on creating a budget, eating real food cheaply, how to cook, shop, preserve and all different ways to reduce your grocery budget while eating good, healthy food. Unlike so many other books and websites dedicated to reducing your budget, she doesn’t advocate using coupons as a primary method and sacrificing quality, or relying heavily on canned goods or beans and rice. She has many practical, real suggestions on how to afford real food from the best sources while still reducing your costs.
I loved reading it and it actually inspired my recent switch to cash. Even when I was reading something I’d heard before, it served as a gentle reminder to actually DO something about it. I’m so excited now because I just can’t wait to implement even more of her suggestions and reduce my grocery budget even further.
If you’re struggling with eating real food and keeping your grocery budget under control, I highly recommend purchasing this book. Stephanie makes her advice accessible to everyone, no matter what their goals (including vegetarian and vegan families). She is also quite down-to-earth in her writings, willingly sharing things that have happened in her own kitchen, even some unconventional storage means that have kept her grocery costs down! But if you want to know, you have to buy the book.
If you love this idea and would like to order your own copy, head over to her site and order it right now! It’s worth every penny because believe me, you’ll save a lot more on groceries than you spend on her ebook.
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