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Frugal Momma Finds: Meal Planning For Less


Hey, Sis!


Am I the only one noticing my pre-Corona wardrobe won't zip or fit? Let's just say, I have not been on my best "healthy eating" behavior. Here are some great meal prep programs to check out if you are pressed for time.


Six Meal Prep Programs to consider (Essence Magazine): http://bit.ly/Meal-Prep-Essence


If the options listed in the Essence article seem cost-prohibitive, consider the e-meals program with Walmart or Kroger. "eMeals has introduced a choose-your-food-style meal kit solution that works with local grocery pickup and delivery partners. Subscribers can select from 15 different eating styles ranging from Quick & Healthy to Paleo, Clean Eating, Low Calorie, Classic Meals, and even Diabetic, Gluten-Free and Vegetarian. Subscribers can personalize each week's menus by selecting meals from any of the food styles or substituting favorites from previous weeks.


At an average per-serving food cost of $5 for families and $7 for couples, dinners through eMeals cost up to 50 percent less than other meal kit services by using local grocery providers and eliminating the expense of measuring and packaging ingredients for each recipe. Consumers buy only the groceries they need along with the eMeals subscription, which costs just $5 per month for seven curated dinner menus every week."

Learn more about e-meals here: http://bit.ly/About-E-Meals

Watch a video about e-meals: http://bit.ly/E-Meals-You-Tube-Video

Sign up for e-meals: http://bit.ly/Sign-Up-For-Emeals


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