Home-cooked meals became the norm for many during the pandemic, and at-home cooks often sought nutritious foods to boost health and (hopefully!) avoid sickness. Other consumers were already eating “health food” long before COVID-19.
As with anything, you will find fads among health foods. Unfortunately, foodie fads tend to be really expensive — unless you make them yourself, which can be a lot easier than you think.
Not only will you save money when you make or grow healthy foods yourself, but you’ll also know what’s in it — and what’s not in it.
Making or growing some of your own ingredients also helps reduce sodium and sugar, as well as avoid pesticides and preservatives. All that plus big financial savings. What’s not to love?
Here are several trendy treats made gloriously cheap.
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