Spent too much money on summer vacation or need to cut back to buy school supplies?
Everyone could use a little extra pocket change regardless of the reason. Here’s how to get it without sacrificing quality of life.
Summer produce remains in season with fresh fruits and vegetables as a great way to save money on food, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Fruits such as berries, kiwifruit and apricots are in season, while veggies such as beets, eggplant and zucchini provide plenty of low-cost nutrition to make meals a little better and the grocery bill a little lighter.
Here are some links to recipes that might help build the taste of summer options:
Starting to look ahead to the fall? Start planning meals for apples and pears for fruits. Search for recipes for pumpkin, sweet potatoes and winter squash.