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Imagine if you could…

Organizing your kitchen like a chef

  • Boosting your knife skills 
  • Optimizing your cabinet, pantry and refrigeration storage
  • Knowing which tools and appliances you need and which one’s you don’t

  • Learning how to pick the best fruits and vegetables
  • Avoiding common pitfalls and overspending
  • Using your Eat Better on a budget grocery shopping list template

  • Mastering the fundamentals of sauteeing, braising, pan roasting and more

  • Knowing when to apply specific techniques to your existing recipes and meal kits

  • Being less frustrated and feeling more confident in the kitchen

 

  • step by step instruction on how we get our baby to actually like veggies
  • minimize food waste by using the foods you already have

Total Value: $40

Original Price: $25

Your Price: $22

Here's a peek inside...

If you're a person that loves to experience the art of fine dining but you are also trying to make smarter financial decisions, this is the book for you. This book provides practical tools that you can add to your kitchen today to feel like a classically trained chef. This book will make you laugh as you adapt new culinary skills. I highly recommend Eat Better on a Budget for anyone that has a kitchen and is afraid to use it.
Nicole Annmarie
International Educator
As an entrepreneur and mom of three small kids who wants to find healthier and more cost friendly food options, this book is amazing. I love how it breaks down cooking terms and best practices when it comes to making food that actually taste good. I will be using the tips and guide in the book to help me take my cooking skills to the next level
Jamila Souffrant
Financial Expert & Entrepreneur

Cooking at home can save you A LOT of money!

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Cooking at home is also better for you AND the environment

Cooking at home is healthier

According to a Harvard study"the more people cook at home, the healthier their diet, the fewer calories they consume, and the less likely they are to be obese or develop type 2 diabetes".

40% of food is wasted in the United States

By learning more ways to use ingredients you already have, you minimize food waste, limit the use of plastics and disposables.

Home cooked meals are better for your kids

Eating healthy home-cooked meals stabilizes children's energy levels.
Also, kids LOVE to cook because it's fun and a great learning experience.

Eat Better on a Budget

From the authors of the award winning blog

"Put simply, this ebook teaches you how to cook. Instead of providing hundreds of recipes to follow that explain nothing of the reasons behind each decision, Eat Better On A Budget teaches you to think more like a chef. It walks through the basics that most books gloss over so you can set yourself and your kitchen up for success with thorough descriptions and clear diagrams. It then shows how thinking in this way can improve your efficiency and save you money through careful purchasing, cross-utilization of ingredients and making delicious food!"
A Purple Life
Finance blogger and food lover
There is nothing more frustrating than trying to follow a recipe (or plan) that assumes you have some underlying knowledge that everyone else seems to have. Thank God this book goes back to basics for those of us who avoid the kitchen most of the time. Now when my husband needs a break from cooking I have more to offer than ordering take out.
Courtny
Acct. Exec/Sales
If you're a person that loves to experience the art of fine dining but you are also trying to make smarter financial decisions, this is the book for you. This book provides practical tools that you can add to your kitchen today to feel like a classically trained chef. This book will make you laugh as you adapt new culinary skills. I highly recommend Eat Better on a Budget for anyone that has a kitchen and is afraid to use it.
Nichole
Sr. Exec. Assistant
If you've ever thought about attempting to make a beautiful dish that you've seen online, on TV, or in a recipe book, but hesitated because you doubted your skills: then this is the book for you. Banish bland dishes and culinary anxiety with Eat Better on a Budget. Mr. and Mrs. r&R will walk you though how to set up your kitchen, shop for success, and saute like a pro! This book should be required reading for anyone moving out of their childhood home and learning to cook for themselves for the first time. Bon Appetit!
MK Williams
Author

FAQ's

Eat Better on a Budget is for people like you who want to save money by cooking at home, those who struggle with eating out more than they should and for people who aren’t as confident as they’d like to be in a kitchen.  We’ve distilled the core principles of organizing your kitchen, 5 core cooking skills, lists, tools and templates into a fun and easy to read ebook

For most people, food is the 3rd largest monthly expense behind housing and transportation.  Cooking at home is the best way to save money every month because the cost of groceries is far less expensive than the cost of prepared food at restaurants.  

Exact savings per person or household are impossible to calculate since everyone’s budget and costs are different.  However, we’ve provided estimates based on a recent study*.  See below.

As of today, Eat Better on a Budget is available as a pdf.  We will explore other versions to include iBook, Kindle and print in the near future.

This gives you easy access on your phone, tablet or desktop so the information inside is ALWAYS with you.

We wrote Eat Better on a Budget for 3 key reasons.

  1. We’re passionate about food and we know saving money on food every month can have a significant impact on anyone’s budget. We want to dispel the myth that eating on a budget is an unpleasant experience. By improving your cooking skills, you can enjoy better meals at home using inexpensive ingredients
  2. We identified a gap in personal finance and ‘cookbooks. Most ‘money’ books mention how important cooking at home is but don’t provide any details on how. Most cookbooks are focused on specialty diets and cuisines but very few are about teaching people how to cook BETTER so they can save money
  3. The debt payoff and wealth building journey can be challenging.  By eating BETTER  on that journey, you’ll be more encouraged to stick to your budget and feel less deprived.

Recipes tell you what to make, but they don’t teach you how to cook.  This is why so many people end up with a bunch of ‘stuff’ in the refrigerator and pantry but don’t feel like they have anything to eat.  When you know how to cook and how to utilize ingredients more widely, you won’t need recipes. 

We don’t provide any recipes in this book because there are thousands of sites and cookbooks where you can find recipes and dozens of meal subscription services.  Our goal is to help you get BETTER results out of what you already have.

The book is just under 120 pages long including covers, lists, templates and imagery. For you furgal nerds out there, that’s about .18¢ per page or less if you use a discount code.

Before Mr. r&R was a money blogger, he was a formally trained and working chef.  He’s cooked in kitchens at world class luxury hotels, fine dining and casual-fine dining restaurants for years!  He’s also cooked at home for the last two decades and has eaten his way around the US and top culinary destinations around the world.  

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  • Eat Better on a Budget; Copyright 2019

*Estimates on monthly savings are based on average meal price of $4.31.

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