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Having a big family while trying to eat cleanly is a challenging task, especially if you are on a budget. I learned a few things that will help save money while I am trying to eat health.

Menu planning

This will always return me to school days. Our school menu. It is a wonderful idea to maintain school budget and lower budget. A better idea to do it to save money to your family. Planning a meal that your family eats on a weekly or monthly basis is a great way to save. Everyone in the family can decide what they like when they like. I myself have seven families and pick meals and snacks on a specific day of the week every week.

There is also a wonderful app to help create the menu. Please find what you and your family need. My favorite app is called "menu planner" and you can also have the freedom to plan your menu with your PC, laptop, or ipad in sync with your website. I love the variety of applications.

Buy your pantry

Purchasing in bulk will help you save money. For us, I want to get a couple friends together and make a time trip to our "local" trader Jaws. I am going to do this once a month and buy bulk foods such as many frozen foods, rice, quinoa, beans, whole grains, and much more cheaper than purchasing from local food chains. When purchasing all of them, do not forget that it is packaged beforehand. In order to prepare brown rice, beans, or quinoa, I will take 1 or 2 days a week, so prepare in our refrigerator, catch for our meal and heat up.

Choose your food

When you are eating pretty food, we recommend eating organic farm products. There is a way to save your product before you go crazy how much it costs to buy organic items. There is what is called "dirty dozen". They are fruits and vegetables grown at the highest level of pesticide.
Lettuce
potatoes
Peaches
apple
Bell Pepper
celery
nectarine
strawberry
cherry
pear

grapes
spinach
lettuce
potatoes

There are also 15 cleanliness. It is not necessary to buy organic.

1. Onion
2. Sweet corn
3. Pineapple
4. Avocado
5. Asparagus
6. Sweet pea
7. Mango
8. eggplant
9. Cucumber
10. Kiwi
11. Cabbage
12. Watermelon
13. Sweet potato
14. Grapefruit
15. Mushroom

Gardening

Everyone knows If you are in an area where you can have a garden, you can have a garden, but it is another huge way to save money with Eating Clean. We are enough to live on a small hobby farm. You can lift the meat and grow home-grown vegetables. One draw is our place. The state of Minnesota is entering a very short growth period. So we take a lot of summer and fall prize money and are frozen. This year, when the danger of frost is gone, we plant seedlings at home and transplant it to the garden.

This is the first year. We are all very excited to see what it is like. My twin boys are the green thumbs, in the garden, and this year's project will help LOVE.

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