Frugalfeeding is a concept formed out of a desire to eat through less of my money. Since leaving university my designs on frugality have been allowed to come to fruition and the original concept has been replaced by a vision that would have everyone eating cheaply and ethically.
This blog isn’t about eating as cheaply as possible, it’s about eating good, well-sourced food as economically as possible. You’ll not find uninteresting and unappetising recipes for plain pasta dishes here. Instead, my aim is to provide you with the means and ways to deliver low-cost, beautifully presented and well thought out meals to your table.
Probably the best way to navigate frugalfeeding is via my painstakingly constructed recipe index. Once there you’ll find numerous links to every recipe on the website categorised into various sub-headings.
If you have your wits about you you’ll have also noticed my tips page. After all, being frugal is so much more than a recipe; it’s a way of life and a way of thinking.
Then there’s the man behind the blog… me – Nick. I like coffee and eating indulgent, slow-cooked food – humble but delicious. Beyond food I have an almost insatiable range of interests, from cycling and running, to classical music, reading and technology. Happily, my current home of Bristol allows me to indulge all of these freely – it’s a wonderful place.
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