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1.Make a Shopping ListWriting a list before will help keep you from making impulse purchases and speed your shopping time. 2.Buy in BulkTake advantage of sales on foods you eat often, but avoidjumbo packs of perishables if the food can't be frozen.3.Prep It at HomeSkip precut, packages fruits and vegetables; buying themloose is less expensive.4.Find Meat-Case DealsBuying cheaper cuts of meat such as beef chuck can save youmoney. When cooked properly, these cuts yield a lot of flavor.5.Stretch Pricier FoodsRather than bypassing high cost items like shrimp, just useless.6.Save in the FreezerNot sure what to do with extra meat or bread? Freeze it in aresealable bag, and you'll have three months to use it.7.Make It YourselfInstead of buying dressings and marinades, make your own fromlong-lasting basics like olive oil, vinegar, soy sauce, and mustard.8.Eat VegetarianSave money and boost your health by including one or twovegetarian meals in your weekly menu.