Here’s a question for all working adults out there: isn’t food expensive? You’d know this especially if you’re a fast food chain frequenter. Even if you cook for yourself most of the time, you know well how expensive groceries can be. What we direly need are food recipes that require widely available inexpensive ingredients. “But I don’t know how to cook,” some of you say. That’s what I said too until I confronted BudgetBytes.
BudgetBytes is a lifesaving blog about inexpensive food recipes. The recipes are simple to make and fast to prepare. People whom cooking scares away need not fear: each recipe provides a concise step-by-step procedure which clarifies and simplifies all things, like so:
As you can see in the first screenshot above, the titles of the recipes are accompanied by the amount you’ll need to spend on making them. That helps you save time by only choosing dishes you can afford to cook.
Moreover when you click on a recipe, it gives you various details for instance, a cost breakdown of each ingredient, the number of people the dish will serve, and the total preparation time.
Cutting down on your food budget while you’re going through a financial crisis should no longer translate into surviving on noodles the entire month. You can use the amazing recipes of Beth M. (the blog’s author) and eat healthy (and tasty) all the while keeping your wallets happy.
Check out BudgetBytes @ www.budgetbytes.blogspot.com