TIP: Stock your pantry with pasta, canned tomatoes, onions, garlic, chickpeas, canned fish, rice, and bread.
TIP: Check out a cookbook from the library. There’s plenty to choose from.
TIP: Shop at Asian or Latin grocery stores. They often have good prices and ingredients with plenty of flavour for low-cost.
TIP: Use protein substitutes such as beans, lentils, pasta, or mushrooms. Go meatless at least two days a week.
TIP: Use a slow cooker to make one-pot meals.
TIP: Check your grocery store for “ugly” fruits and vegetables. Stores like Superstore, No Frills and Save-On-Foods offer discounted misfit produce.
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