Save Money to Buy Organic Food by Being Prepared

buy organic food inexpensively

I was chatting with some friends about Organic food and our experiences of eating out. We all agreed that when we end up eating out we often increases our food budget by mistake.

It can simply happen when we are rushed to go to work or go to an after work event (especially during the holiday season) and we choose to buy a mini meal or snack at a store or take out restaurant and mark it down as impossible to avoid. But was it?

Of course, you don’t need to be too tough on yourself but if you really want to save money on the cost of organic food perhaps next time home prepare a meal to take with you to work and keep it in some type of keep cold or keep warm food container and you will have some good food to enjoy without you having to spend money on the extra cost of take out food.

If you like this idea there are lots of options available on the market for food containers to keep your food warm and fresh. They are an up front investment that pays for itself sometimes very quickly over time. As an added bonus these containers make it possible for you to avoid the packaging that comes with store or restaurant prepared foods – packaging that just goes into the bin.

My family and I have used double walled stainless steel containers to keep food warm. The following two are highly recommended thermos followed by one to avoid check out the reviews online.

Thermos Stainless King Food Jar

Thermos Foogo Food Jar

I recommend you definitely check out the following one to make sure you AVOID buying it even if you see it on discount in a store since in my experience (and other buyers too) it is not easy to take out the residue of food from inside the rubber rings in the neck of the container. It is called the Thermos Stainless Steel Food Jar – 10 Oz. Avoid buying it.

Note: If you are going to buy a Thermos they always have to be preheated by filling with boiling water for 10 to 15 minutes prior to putting food inside. This makes it possible for the Thermos to keep food hot.

All the best to you,

David

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