In yesterday’s post about my tour of Walmart’s produce section, I mentioned that I was wasting money trying to eat healthily. Not because of the prices, per se. It was because many of the fruits and vegetables that I bought spoiled because I pussyfooted on eating them or cooking them. (side note: I thought pussyfoot was a made-up word that only Antiguans used, but I looked it up in the dictionary and it was there :))
When you bring your produce home from the grocers like Walmart, you have to properly prepare and store the fresh fruits and vegetables to stretch the life of your food and your dollar. Here are some tips that I have learned as being part of Walmart’s Fresh Crew to ensure that your commitment to eating healthily and affordably are not done in vain.
Six Fresh Tips for Preparing Produce Fresh from the Store:
Frugalistas, leave a comment below: Which of these “Fresh Over Your Kitchen” tips have you found the most helpful?
If you need deeper work around healing your relationship with money or overcoming your blocks and fears, maybe it’s time for some money therapy.
* I am a compensated member of Walmart’s Fresh Crew campaign. All opinions are my own.*