Saving time and money while grocery shopping is easy when you head out with a plan. Here are our best tips and tricks to make your next trip to the store a breeze.
Big savings come from planning. Here, we help you create the best shopping list, make the most of the flyer deals, and easily and efficiently navigate the grocery store aisles. Happy shopping!
Quick shopping tips:
Spending less time in the kitchen is possible—we promise! With our easy-to-follow tips on prepping meals, your kitchen will become the most orderly spot in the house.
3. Bringing It Home
Taking a few minutes to organize your grocery store haul pays off later in the week. Here’s how to store your food to get the most out of every morsel.
These handy charts help you predict when your favourite homegrown items will be abundant and at their peak flavour. Use these charts to plan your menus and grocery lists.
Yes, there is a right way to freeze food! Understanding some basic guidelines will allow you make the most of your freezer space so you can get meals made faster.
Did you know? Each Canadian throws out about a pound (or half a kilogram) of food every day. Not only does this waste money, but it also wastes your time, as you’ll restock the kitchen more frequently. Making small changes, like committing to using up forgotten or ignored items from the fridge, can help your family gobble up every morsel.
These tasty ideas help you use up those leftover spoonfuls of tomato paste; plus, we explain how to properly store it so none goes to waste.
Get inspired with these great uses for leftover cabbage that will both free up fridge space and feed your family well on a budget.
Make the most of tomatoes when they go on sale by preserving them yourself. The resulting flavour alone is worth the work!
Innovation is the key to using up leafy tops and tough stems. Here are our best tricks for using up the entire veggie.