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Feed Your Family on a Tight Budget Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 85 KB
  • Print Length: 26 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace (May 12, 2012)
  • Publication Date: May 12, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0082RBBCE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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If you have never considered budgeting, this may be a helpful tool for you, but the information is very, very basic and general (cook from scratch, don't eat out too much, use coupons, but not for things you wouldn't buy anyway, don't throw food away, use your leftovers).

It could also use a good editor (a chicken coop, not chicken coup, mixed jumble of cliches like 'the one common denominator that rears its head...').

I deleted it from my Kindle, but, again, if you have no clue about budgeting and have never tried to save money at the grocery store, this could be a quick first read for you on the topic.
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Although I was able to download this for free, it really wasn't worth the effort that it took to download. I can't say it was even helpful for beginners, it is beyond Basic. Cook from scratch, don't eat out, buy in bulk and wait for sales before you use coupons. Um, Duh.
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Save the $.99 for this ebook and put it towards your food budget. The information within (cook at home, don't eat out, for example) is not going to tell you how to feed your family on a tight budget. It will tell you how to spend less money on going out, but it is not going to help anyone who is looking for useful and practical steps towards tightening your food budget. A complete waste of time, and thankfully, I picked this one up for free.
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This very small book contains very basic information that can be found for free by reading at almost any frugal or budget website. The same information could also be found for free at most state agricultural websites or the USDA website.

The author offers tips on how to purchase low-cost groceries and doing the pantry walk although she gave this method a slightly different name. For the uninitiated a pantry walk is when you decide to not shop for a set amount of time. This saves money while using up stored groceries in the pantry.

For the newbie this book would be a good purchase. For the experienced frugal cook there is not much new.

Recommend with caveats given.
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