Can you eat a healthy, whole foods, mostly organic diet, even on a shoestring budget? As a frequent and thrifty shopper, I know it can be done -- even if you're not a vegetarian. First, a few rules:
- Eat in. Restaurant meals are pricey and rarely use the highest quality ingredients. Learn to whip up a few cheap and easy meals -- a great omelet, a highly spiced bean and vegetable stew -- and you'll save yourself a bundle.
On your next shopping trip, choose from this thrifty list of 16 screamin' deals -- and see how much you save: