The buzz words these days are “vegan” and “plant based.” It seems like everyone is obsessed with discussing the vegan lifestyle. However, one of the major concerns of potential vegans is the cost associated with the diet. Eating out as a vegan can be a little costly. While restaurants and fast food spots are offering cheap burgers and other non-vegan options, the “healthier places” tend to cost a little more. The solution? Cooking at home of course.
Cooking your own meals helps to save a ton of cash. To make the savings pile up even more, try growing your food. If you are fortunate enough to have a yard or outdoor space to grow vegetables, it is a great way to not only eat healthy but save when making groceries. Unfortunately the vast majority of us city slickers don’t have a green thumb. So for those looking to grow vegetables this spring and summer, here are 10 simple tips for a successful vegetable garden.