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Date: September 17, 2014 06:00AM

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Fruit and vegetables aren always beyond a student means (Picture: Getty)
The gastronomic world of a student can seem like an endless round of kebabs and Supernoodles. Living on a budget is tough, and sadly the healthiest food is some of the most expensive.
It's not the most exciting thing to be doing in your new life as a student,[url=]doudoune moncler[/url], but if you want to eat well on a budget,[url=]michael kors outlet[/url], you need to plan. Look up recipes,[url=]mont blanc pen[/url], make a shopping list and stick to it.
Have an agreement with housemates or friends that when fresh fruit and veg is on offer in bulk, one of you will buy it and you can all share. That way,[url=]sac hermes[/url], nothing goes to waste but you get plenty of fresh food.
Save takeaway cartons from the occasional Indian or Chinese,[url=]air force one[/url], or invest in some cheap Tupperware style containers so that you can freeze big batches of food you make. To save space in communal fridges and freezers, use sandwich bags a lot of food,[url=]herve leger dresses[/url], including sauces and stews can be frozen in these.
'Posh produce' like asparagus and summer berries can seem a little out of the average student's budget, but if you get it at the right time, it can be a bit more affordable. Find out what's in season and live off that for a few weeks or months.
When things are on offer,[url=]prada@#$%&[/url], be prepared to stock up,[url=]montre swatch[/url], even if it's not food you'd usually go for. You never know you might discover something you really like.
Tinned or canned fruit and veg is always significantly cheaper than buying fresh produce ditto for frozen vegetables. But watch out for fruit swimming in sugary syrups, or vegetables persevered in high salt liquids. Try to keep to natural juices.
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