Real Food on A Budget {Podcast}

Do you want to feed your family real food?  Are you concerned that it’s too expensive and you can’t afford it?  If you find your weekly grocery trips are way more expensive than you woul like them to be then this podcast is for you!  You will learn how to eat and buy real food on a budget that the whole family will love.

Listen to the podcast “Real Food on a Budget” at iTunes & Stitcher

Real, fresh foods don’t have to break the bank.  I know sometimes grocery shopping can be overwhelming, especially when you see the price of certain items.  You should always go to the grocery with a plan.  Make a list of all the meals you will be eating for the week, then make a list of what you will need from the grocery – this is so important if you are on a budget.

In this podcast we discuss how feeding your family fresh foods doesn’t have to be expensive. You’ll hear lots of real-life tips to keep your shopping simple and on a budget. I know grocery shopping isn’t most people’s favorite thing to do, especially because it can be so expensive, but we have some great things to share with you! We talk about what a good food budget should be, meal organization, couponing and much more!

Podcast Content:

  • How much should a family spend on food each week? ·
  • To coupon or not to coupon. That is the money-saving question. ·
  • Organizing meals to keep weekly plan within a budget. ·
  • Meat. Is it the most expensive thing on the food budget? Ways to save. ·
  • Other than meat, what are other affordable forms of protein?

Did you enjoy the show? Please leave a review on iTunes! E-mail me at podcast@momables.com to tell me what you thought of this week’s show and to offer suggestions for future episodes.

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About MOMables

Laura Fuentes is the founder of MOMables and a mom to 3 kids. She's the Author of 3 cookbooks, has competed (and won!) on Food Network, is a TODAY Food contributor, has a column on the Huffington Post and creates recipes for numerous print magazines. She also produces recipe videos for the MOMables YouTube Channel.