If you’re looking for inspiration for the new year, just head over to our Cookbook Club. Only a week into 2019, and members have been busy cooking through January’s pick, Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone by Deborah Madison, as well as our year-long bonus book, Sunday Suppers at Lucques by Suzanne Goin with Teri Gelber. For some, it’s a month to highlight well-worn favorites from these classic cookbooks, while others discover for the first time the techniques and recipes that earned these books permanent spots on our shelves.
In this spirit of embracing challenges, I wondered what else the adventurous cooks could teach us for 2019. Settling on a classic New Year’s resolution, I asked the club to share their best money-saving tips and tricks in the kitchen. They chimed in with hundreds of responses—and we’re sharing 25 of our favorites to motivate you.
What are your best money-saving tips in the kitchen? Share your favorites in the comments below!
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