With soaring food prices everywhere, it may seem difficult to save money in the kitchen.
But each trip to the grocery store doesn’t have to be a pain in the neck — or the pocketbook. Not when there are affordable ways to ease that neck pain — and perhaps stomach pain, too.
According to LSU AgCenter nutrition agent Jennifer Duhon, the key to successfully managing money in the kitchen is to devote more consideration and time into weekly meal preparation.
“Meal prepping is probably one of the top ways to save during inflation,” Duhon said. “It takes time, but when you preplan and stretch out meals for the…