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Thursday, June 13, 2019

GROWING VEGGIES CAN SAVE YOU MONEY


Most people are looking for a way to cut corners and save some money. One way that you can save a lot of money is with your food bill. Not only can you save money on your food bill, but you can also start eating healthier.

You have probably heard about organic foods. Foods that are all natural and do not contain any chemicals or preservatives. Organic vegetables usually cost a lot more than other vegetables that are grown using chemicals pesticides and other toxins. You have probably heard that organic vegetables are better for you, but do not want to spend the extra money. You are looking to get more bang out of your buck.

The way to really save money and eat healthy at the same time is to grow your own vegetables. If you have a patch of ground, you can save money by growing your veggies in the soil and wind up with veggies and fruits that are healthier than those that you buy in the store. Of course, you will have to wait until harvest time to start saving the money, but after your first harvest, you can save all year long.

Tomatoes & Basil
Tomatoes & Basil
It takes work to plant and harvest a vegetable garden, but it is good work. Working in a garden and planting veggies is actually therapeutic. When you are saving money because of your endeavers, it makes the experience even better. The hard work is getting your garden started and harvesting, as well as preserving the foods. The best of all, you can start right NOW!  You will be on your way to start saving money and eat more healthy.

If you are ready to start saving on your food bill by growing your own vegetables take tips from our family veggie garden blog and put them to use. Eat healthy foods and stop wasting your money. The tips that we give you are easy enough for anyone to follow, but they do take work. The work will pay off for you when you see how healthy your family is eating, as well as how much money you are saving.


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