The ad for tomorrow. Easter savings
Spiral ham 1.47
Hamburger , 10 percent fat 3.77
Sweet potatoes .99
Green beans 1.29
Cantaloupe 2/5 - the last time I saw them at FM at that price they were picked before they were ripe.
Kroger vegetables, tomatoes 🍅 and beans 2/1 - this is a stock up price.
I can usually get ground beef with 7 percent fat at Winco 3.28
Heritage Farms chicken breast are 199. Last week I got Foster Farms for less and de-boned it. Foster far,s is Washington grown and processed and heritage farms are southern grown and can be processed in China .
The trick of Groceries on the Cheap is to buy good food cheap ; not buy cheap food. You base your meals in ingredients that are on the keastmexoemsove side , but buy the best quality you can find, You don't eat a lot of fresh pineapple or asparagus, but maybe apples and green beans instead. We always have fresh fruit and berries of some kind and basic fresh veggies. By sticking to a specific group of different cuts of meat you have the option of buying in bulk even if you have a small family and rotating your stock. Buying a bulk rotation of meat when it's on a good sale is the key to eating well while saving money.
My stock items this week would ve the diced tomatoes. Simplifying the amount of things you stock is key in being able to remember your RBP on the foods you buy on a regular basis.
Stocking the basics at their RBP is the key to eating at 1/2 price and a,ways having somethings no in the house to make a meal out of.