- Find or laminate a weekly chart for your meals that can hang on the fridge
- Open your freezer, fridge and cupboards and make meals. Write down ingredients you may be missing to complete a meal.
- Make sure you account for side dishes. First use up what you have and write down missing items you need
- Grab your coupons and skim ads. I will write the store name next to item I need that is offering the best price so I know where I’m shopping at for the items on my list
- Not enough food to make a week worth of meals? Look for what is on sale and create a meal.
- Head to the store with a list! You have already scanned the ads and the main dish items that are a great price or side dish items priced at good sales, you will have on your list so you have food heading into the next week.
- Make sure if your grocery store has a coupon app, you download it and add any pairing coupons to it so you are ready at checkout to save even more.
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