Master Your Food Style
There is a long standing assumption that eating better always costs more. It is sometimes true that you get what you pay for and better quality food can equate to greater cost. My intimate family history of living life on a budget as well as some time in my career working in public health have cultivated a need to live and to counsel others on eating well with limited economic resources. In fact, I find a meal done successfully with less expense is as exhilarating as finding a great outfit discounted steeply.
The following suggestions spare expense while trying to preserve quality: