Most Expensive Is Sometimes Cheapest

A Quick Frugal Tip By HBHW Reader Joyful Joy:

I’m single, live alone. A container of milk lasts quite awhile at my house, and I always end up dumping sour milk. My relatives are food snobs, everything must be the most expensive organic brand. When I made ice cream for the family last month, I used milk and cream from Whole Foods Market, a very expensive, high-end, trendy supermarket. But I discovered that the leftover milk & cream stayed fresh MUCH longer than what I typically buy from Winco (TWO WEEKS longer!), so I didn’t have to dump any. So I’ve learned: buy milk & cream from Whole Foods, stick to Winco for other stuff.

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