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Healthy eating for children by Mandy Francis, Infinite Ideas

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49. Supersavers

Feeding your family does not have to be an expensive business.

If you’re fed up with throwing away uneaten food that’s passed its sell by date and dread those weekly shopping bills – read on.

This twelve step guide to clever shopping and crafty cooking may help to cut your food bills by as much as 20%.

1. Make a proper shopping list. Take some time to roughly plan your meals for the week and then write down what you need. Keep paper and a pencil in the kitchen, so you can write down items as you think of them. Check your kitchen cabinets and refrigerator as you make your list to be sure you’re not doubling up on previous purchases.

2. Shop once a week – and leave the kids at home. Fewer trips to the shops mean fewer chances to ...

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