Eating Well When You're Broke: Cooking Tips

Cooking Tips

  • Take your ramen to the next level. Adding some veggies, meat or spices can take your 10 cent noodles from gour-mehh to gourmet and make your meal a lot healthier. Check out these ramen hacks and 27 tips for better ramen.
  • Go big, then recycle. It saves both time and money to cook once and eat several times. That doesn’t have to mean eating the same thing every day for a week: divide food up into a few containers and freeze for ready-to-eat meals. Got some random leftovers? Use them in new ways (turn leftover chicken into chicken salad, chicken chili, chicken stir fry…you get the idea).
  • Try something new. You don’t have to be a master chef to throw together a decent meal on the cheap. There are a lot of cooking and recipe websites out there to help you. Check out the Food Network and Delish to get started.

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