If you’re wondering where my cookbook creations have gone, don’t worry, they’ll be back in time, but it’s been a very busy year. As of January, we’re officially full-time business owners, putting me shorter on time and… money! Of course, the plan is to become a billionaire and go crazy buying strange and fantastic ingredients with nothing to do all day but cook, bake, and create, but just in case you’re concerned, I do have a plan B. For the time being, the grocery budget had to tighten up a little, but that doesn’t mean we can’t eat healthy, delicious vegan food for every meal. And I’ll be sharing my more frugal recipe creations and tips with you all along the way. Here are a few of my tips for eating vegan on a budget:
Buy dry goods in bulk.
Know when to skip the produce sale.
Pass on imitation.
Don’t buy it just because they slapped the V on it.
Think outside the box.
Skip the 27-ingredient recipe.
Stick to a familiar cookbook-friend.
Eat your veggies.
Do the math.
Shop the pantry.
Don’t give up on your food values.