Grocery Shopping 101 Grocery Talk Frozen foods are a smart option

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    Anonymous

    I save a lot of money, when it comes to grocery shopping. I mostly go for frozen food products and convenience foods. Since theystay fresh for long in my freezer and I don’t have to repeatedly visit the store! :cool1:

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    @crishmartin 89379 wrote:

    I save a lot of money, when it comes to grocery shopping. I mostly go for frozen food products and convenience foods. Since theystay fresh for long in my freezer and I don’t have to repeatedly visit the store! :cool1:

    Really? How do you save money by buying convenience foods? What do you spend per month? I prefer to buy convenience items, but I sure don’t save money when I do!

    Please share your secrets!!

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    I am really impressed by the idea of buying convenient food and saving money. As it is a headache to go to the grocery shop and buy the products all the time, it would be nice to follow your ways.

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    What about nutritional difference?? I worry about higher sodium levels in frozen foods. Are you buying veggies or prepackage type foods?

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    I buy a lot of my vegetables and fruits frozen. They have no added sugars in them. This makes them great for adding to soups, casseroles smoothies, etc. I save money by not wasting them if a menu changes.

    I’m also able to try different combinations without a huge investment.

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    Anonymous

    If you dont want go to grocery store very often… nowadays grocery store comes to your doorstep… That too with high quality products at low cost… Even Vegetables & fruits are available fresh at your door step home delivered…

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    Anonymous

    My favorite dessert is frozen raspberries especially in the winter when fresh ones aren’t available. I could eat a bag in one night

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    A frozen dinner diet simple preparation. will you spend less time in the kitchen, but the meals are already planned, which reduces the amount of time needed to organize menus and shop for food.
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    actually frozen veges are better than fresh veges because all its nutriments are ‘fastened’ frozen intact into the vege like it wont fade of its vitamins/mineral strengths.. yes its faster to cook too as less chopping since its all done…
    nothing wrong with sauce jar, sprinkling parmesian cheese is clever too, (i do that occassionally as well) making own sauce is a bonus especially for thos elong cooking with ‘left overs’ which you can use to make sauce, whereas in the quick cooking you dont have this oppurtunity there as it takes a long time to make sauce from scratch on its own…again nothing wrong with it….

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    Anonymous

    actually frozen products are best for home and long use.

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