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  1. Stocking up these smart foods can help keep your weekly grocery bills down. Plus, get tips and recipe suggestions for using these versitile ingredients from our food editor Beth Lipton.
  2. Take a walk down the freezer aisle when shopping for produce to make the most of your grocery budget with frozen veggies. They're frozen at the peak of freshness (which means you'll get more vitamins and nutrients) and you won't have to worry about spoil, plus you can stock up when they go on sale.
  3. Oats aren't just for oatmeal. Use oats in all your meals to save money, stave off hunger and get whole-grain goodness all day long.ALL YOU VIDEO: Learn more about cooking with oats.Try making this fast and healthy Apple Walnut Muesli. 
  4. Bake, fry or sauté, no matter your taste, there’s a potato recipe to satisfy your appetite and budget. Plus, they are chock-full of vitamins and nutrients like Vitamin C, Iron and Vitamin B6.ALL YOU VIDEO: Get recipes and tips for new wasy to serve potatoes. Try making these simple potato recipes for your family. 
  5. The versatility of this cheap kitchen staple may surpirse you. Keep it on hand for delicious budget-friendly meals, salads, side dishes―even desserts!ALL YOU VIDEO: Get creative recipe tips for rice.Try making this hearty one-dish meal: Lemony Chicken Breasts with Rice.
  6. Enjoy eggs any time of day for a tasty, inexpensive boost of protein and nutrients, like Vitamin D. Try hardboiled eggs as a low-calorie, energy-rich snack or use eggs to whip up a simple dinnertime strata or quiche.ALL YOU VIDEO: Find out more about the health and money-saving benefits of eggs.Get cooking with this cheap Broccoli and Feta Frittata recipe.    
  7. Spice up everyday items with ginger. When cooking with fresh ginger root, use a vegetable peeler to remove the skin and then grate it rather than mince. Be sure to remember that a little bit goes a long way.ALL YOU VIDEO: Learn more about ginger and get cooking tips from food editor Beth Lipton. Add a little spice to your week with this easy Chinese Short Rib recipe. 
  8. Stock up on pasta―it is the perfect base for a variety of quick, easy, filling meals. At less than 89¢ a box, it is also a smart grocery buy.ALL YOU VIDEO: Get new recipe ideas fo pasta from food editor Beth Lipton. Try one of these fast weeknight pastas under $1.50 
  9. High in protein and low in fat, canned tuna has long been a budget-friendly way to get important nutrients. For under $1 a can you can make a bevy of tasty eats like niçoise salad, open face melts and pasta dinners.ALL YOU VIDEO: Get cooking tips for canned tuna. Make 8 delicious dishes using canned tuna. 
  10. Use this nutrient powerhouse to stretch your food dollars while adding fiber and protein. Try tossing beans into salads or pureeing them into dips and soups.ALL YOU VIDEO: Learn more about beans and get easy recipes ideas. Get 6 tasty recipes with beans here. 
  11. With vinegar, you can make homemade dressings, sauces and marinades without much work (or money). Keep a few varieties stocked in your pantry for easy access.ALL YOU VIDEO: Get creative tips and ideas on how-to use vinegar in your kitchen.Use balsamic vinegar to make a tender flank steak.  
  12. Add a little kick with onions! Sautee these inexpensive veggies to enhance entrees and soups. Or use them raw to flavor-up simple salads and homemade sauces.
  13. Dark meat is just as versatile as its light counterpart and it goes easy on your budget. Like the convenience of boneless, skinless chicken breasts? Use boneless, skinless chicken thighs instead. They're cheaper and cook quickly.ALL YOU VIDEO: Get recipe ideas and cooking tips for chicken. This recipe for Lemon-Rosemary Chickn Thighs only costs 73¢ a serving!