You don’t have to follow every recipe to the letter. You can swap out certain things for others which are cheaper. Many of these still taste the same or are so similar that it doesn’t matter to most people. This gives ten examples of ingredient swaps. Using these could save a lot on your grocery bill so you can have good meals for less. It will let you buy more food. You can also use swaps to make a dish healthier.
- Some simple ingredient changes can end up saving people money.
- Pine nuts are very expensive and walnuts can be used at big savings in most recipes.
- Boneless Chicken thighs cost much less than Chicken breasts do.
“Just because a recipe calls for a pricey ingredient doesn’t mean you have to skip it to stay on budget.”
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