Eat this, not that: Ingredient swaps to save money

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Eating a home-cooked meal is not only healthier, but it’s also a great way to save a ton of money.

While it is a great alternative to going out to eat on a daily basis, there are times when certain ingredients for recipes may be on the pricer side. The best way to combat those high prices, however, is simple: Swap out that high-priced item for a much cheaper, lesser-known product.

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Check out the video above to save money next time you’re in the kitchen!

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