Best Money Tips: Ways to Make Cheap Food Taste Delicious

By Amy Lu on 24 February 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on ways to make cheap foods taste delicious, how to create a minimalist wardrobe, and tips to help you save on pet costs.

Top 5 Articles

6 Ways to Make Cheap Foods Taste Delicious — Simple adjustments to your cooking technique can bring out huge flavors in your food. For example, roast veggies instead of boiling or steaming, and cook rice with chicken stock instead of water. [Money Talks News]

The Classy (& Frugal) Lady's Guide to Creating a Minimalist Wardrobe — Pick a color scheme and set a few style rules to limit the clothing pieces you buy. [CouponPal]

New Cat or Dog? Save Money on Pet Costs With These 5 Tips — Buy quality pet food. It'll cost more upfront, but your pet's health (and fewer vet trips) is worth it! [MoneyNing]

Make These 86 Amazing Meals for $5 or Less — Make roasted shrimp and spaghetti squash if you want some pasta without the carbs! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Starbucks Launches a Delivery Service That Brings Coffee to Your Front Door — Starbucks' new subscription service will deliver a bag of their gourmet coffee within 3-5 days of being roasted at the Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room in Seattle. [The Monitor]

Other Essential Reading

8 Steps to Healthy Teeth — Soda and juice contain A LOT of sugar. If you need a refreshing drink, go with water instead. [Parenting Squad]

Proven Tactics to Overcome Big Debts — Michelle Schroeder-Gardner paid off $40,000 in seven months by taking side gigs and creating other streams of income. [Kiplinger]

How to Be Stress Free This Tax Season — You don't have to do your taxes in one sitting! Take a break to refresh yourself during the process. [Thousandaire]

How to Teach Kids the Value of a Dollar? — "Farmer Boy" by Laura Ingalls Wilder contains a great lesson about the value of money. [Money Smart Life]

Are You Ready to Be a Landlord? — Pick a city with a strong rental demand, like college towns, military bases, and urban centers. [Listen Money Matters]

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