Conservation Corner – March 2017

Preparing meals at home remains the least expensive way to eat. The budgeting resource compared the costs of a classic chicken dinner, accounting for variables such as tip, food waste and family size, made at home and at a restaurant. The comparison determined that a home-cooked meal costs as much as 60 percent less than a dinner out. A simple chicken dinner for one costs between $6 and $8 at home, takeout costs more than $13 and dining out costs more than $15. The rates of savings are similar when accounting for paying for a family of four.

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