Frugal Gourmet for Frugal Food Recipes

THE ANNUAL FOOD BUDGET CHALLENGE

is to spend no more than £1 per person per day on ALL MEALS

Muscle Food

Frugal Food Blogs

Includes all the frugal recipes we post to the food blogs, including homegrown produce, foraged fruit, berries, fruit, nuts and herbs plus how to make meals from leftovers and taking part in the annual grocery and free food challenges.

 Approved Food - cheap, past BBE food for sale

£1 per person per day food challenge

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For all our tried and tested favourite moneysaving tips, frugal recipes, batch cooking ideas, using up leftovers and what to make from home produce. It's about cooking, baking, stewing, brewing, preserving and even wine making on a budget. Please note that this is part of our official Frugal Living Challenge and entry into the group requires basic registration, which is free.

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