Elise Cooke, author of Strategic Eating, is a like-minded soul. In 19 quick and fun chapters, Elise spells out how to be the “weird shopper” who snags all the grocery deals, how to substitute ingredients to save, and helpful websites that have low-budget recipes.
She learned the tips and strategies she shares in her book by necessity. Now, she just has a very “lucrative (food) hobby.” I love it!
Elise is focused on eating right. “There’s more to this food finesse thing than saving money,” she writes. “Shoot, you could eat dirt and save bucks of money. The challenge is to eat nutritiously; otherwise, what’s the point?” My thoughts exactly!
In the 109-page book Elise shares:
- Common grocery store practices that trick you into paying too much, and how you can avoid them
- 3 ways to get food for free
- Why coupons may end up costing you more
- 4 easy methods of making perfectly portable meals, for families on-the-go
- Time savers that can let you put food on the table faster than ordering take-out
Leave a comment about why you should win my review copy by Sunday night. The winner will be announced Monday. Can’t wait? Buy it from Amazon now for $13.25.