In my ongoing, subtle attempts to turn I’ve Tried That into a food blog, I bring you what is probably the last post about e-mealz.com. (Just kidding. No need to cancel your subscription. I’m not really turning this into a food blog.)
We’ve been on the e-mealz.com plan now for about 8 weeks at the Joe household. Her hotness and I were looking at the food budget the other day and realized we are spending almost 10% less per month on groceries than we did before e-mealz. That’s for a family of seven!
How? Because we make fewer trips to the store, we know exactly what we’re buying when we go, and the e-mealz.com recipes are created with saving money in mind. AND there’s a cool coupons tips section that we haven’t used yet. We can probably save even more.
Not only that, but I’m happier because we don’t eat pizza and spaghetti any more. (Ok, maybe sometimes.) She’s happier because she always already knows what she’s going to make for dinner. And the kids are happier…no, that’s not true. They would eat cheese flavored cardboard if we gave it to them, so e-mealz has done nothing for them.
If you haven’t before, or if you have but didn’t make a decision, check out e-mealz.com now. For about 16 cents per day, you get a weekly meal plan and shopping list and recipes for delicious meals that are economical and easy to make. Your loved ones and your budget will thank you.