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Why Didn't I Learn This in School: How to Buy Groceries like an Adult

As tempting as it can be, dining out all the time isn't great for your waistline -- or your wallet. In terms of your paycheck, food is typically the third largest expense after housing and transportation. The recommended amount to allocate is approximately 10 to 15 percent of your monthly budget -- but this can quickly go down the drain on a few big meals out. SEE MORE: 4 ways to save $1000 fast So what's the best way to eat well and save money at the same time? Grocery shopping, of course! We have the ultimate cheat sheet for your next trip to Kroger or Whole Foods that's guaranteed to save you tons.
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