December 03, 2016
· Buy staples. If all your family members eats lots of pasta, rice and chicken, then buy a decent amount and store them appropriately for use. My pantry always has canned beans, tomatoes, cheese, frozen chicken, rice and broth for easy meal building. This reduces my list and can often save me vacation when I've found myself without a meal policy for that day.
· Obtain a dry erase board for the fridge. I use this board to want to write the dinner plan, make a note of any staples you make use of all of the, and then any appointments to keep in mind which will affect dinner and cooking times.
· Always write a list. Less than 50 % of grocery shoppers bring an email list with him or her, which suggests several unnecessary trips in the week. Make sure you write one, and organize it by department (produce, dry goods, dairy) in order that you only visit each aisle once.
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