Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half with America's Cheapest Family: Includes So Many Innovative Strategies You Won't Have to Cut Coupons (Google eBook)

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Sep 28, 2010 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
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You Can Save Thousands a Year on Your Grocery Bill WithoutCutting Coupons

Imagine grocery shopping once-a-week or less, eatinghealthier, and having more free time—all while saving money. Sound too good tobe true? For the Economides family, it’s a reality, and it can be yours too.

What could the average family do with an extra $3,000 ayear? America’s Cheapest Family® shows you strategies, tips, tools, and tricksin Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half, so you can achieve huge savings year afteryear. It’s a fact, the Economides say, saving money on groceries is one of thequickest ways to start making a positive difference in your family’s financialfuture.

And these tips and strategies can work whether you’re shopping for seven or forone.

  • Spend less time shopping and cooking
  • Get more bang for your grocery buck
  • Plan meals for picky eaters and busy schedules
  • Discover kitchen tools that streamline meal preparations
  • Learn many ways to eat out or eat in and save big
  • Turn your freezer into a money-making machine


"Manypeople think that it's impossible to reduce your grocery bill by 50%. But youcan. Steve and Annette Economides provide step-by-step instructions in "CutYour Grocery Bill in Half." Tools that are practical and easy to follow.No special shopping or cooking skills required. Anyone can see a surprisingreduction in their grocery budget if they follow the Economides' methods. And,best of all, the savings begin right away. You don't need to finish the wholebook to benefit. You'll find money-saving ideas that you can put to use in thefirst chapter, and every chapter thereafter. Normally I advise people to check booksout of the library and save the cost of the book. But this is onedo-it-yourself guide to lower grocery bills that you'll want to have on yourbookshelf or kitchen countertop."
Gary Foreman, Publisher, The

“If you are eager to save on groceries, but don't always have the time to clipcoupons, this book is for you! It’s perfect if you're interested in more waysto cut costs, reduce waste, and get organized. This is an awesome book for thenovice or the skilled cook.”
Tawra Kellam and Jill Cooper—editors of and authors of “DiningOn A Dime Cookbook”

“I'veknown Steve and Annette for several years and they definitely live what theybelieve. If you're serious about spending less money at the grocery store, thisbook offers some practical ways to achieve your goal. When it comes tostretching your dollar, I know of no one with more experience than Steve andAnnette.”
JJ Heller—Singer/Songwriter


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User Review  - Tracy -

I have to say, I wasn't a 100% impressed with this book, I was really prepared to like this, and lean alot from this couple. However I found that most advice was a lot of common sense, or advice seen ... Read full review

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User Review  - ShannaRedwind - LibraryThing

This was a great book for anyone who is interested in saving money with food. There are many suggestions that would help almost everyone from someone just starting out in being frugal with food to ... Read full review


1 Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half or More
2 The Power of the Plan
3 Shopping to Win
4 CouponingOne of Many Ways to Save
5 Cooking That Will Save You Time Money and Sanity
6 Stocking Up and OrganizingStore It Find It Use It
7 Economizing EquipmentPowerful MoneySaving Tools
8 Family DinnertimeBuilding a Stronger Family at the Table
10 Where and How to Eat Out for Less
11 GardeningGrow It Yourself and Be Healthy
12 Bag up the Savings
Bonus Material More Ways Singles and Empty Nesters Can Save a Boodle
About the Authors

9 Feeding Your Kids for Less

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About the author (2010)

Steve Economides spent twenty-three years in the graphics and advertising industry in Phoenix, Arizona. He's enjoying spending time being a dad while writing and working from home. Steve and his wife, Annette, publish the "HomeEconomiser" newsletter and have been profiled on TV and radio and in newspapers and magazines worldwide.

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