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Tuesday, June 08 2010
Healthy meals are not always expensive, but you have to be careful when choosing the ingredients. Do not buy packed or processed foods from grocery stores. They are expensive and are not good for health. List the grocery items which are necessary and do your shopping accordingly. Make this list so that the items last for a month. Buying the grocery items in bulk will reduce the cost by getting you some discounts. You can also make use of coupons that are provided in a grocery shop. Buy foods which are fresh and good for health. Reduce your expenses by reducing meats.

To keep your meals healthy and on the budget, you need to cook at home. Vegetarian meals can help you reduce your grocery bills. You can have fish and meat two times a week. This will reduce your grocery cost and help you maintain good health. Eggs will make a good meal and they keep you healthy. Proteins are found in abundance in the eggs. You need not eat only plain eggs; you can also use them to make salads.

Many of the vegetables and fruits which are available all round the year can make your food budget low. It is better if you get the fruits and vegetables once a week and store them properly in your fridge.

One of the vegetables which is delicious and easy to make is potato. Alternatively, cook some beans with rice. This is easy to cook and is also healthy. Try to make some homemade pasta. Add some vegetables and some mushrooms and also pasta sauce. You can make grilled tuna sandwich which is also healthy. Make some fresh green salads everyday instead of consuming calorie laden and fried foods.

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