In another month, every break room and front porch is going to be loaded with well-intentioned zucchinis, cucumbers, and tomatoes from benevolent friends and neighbors.
But in the interim, take this recent advice from Lifehacker. According to them, it’s practically a standard equation at the supermarket level regarding deep price markdowns to salvage some return on the product before the freshness date expires.
To compound it, Wednesday may enable you to harness overlap between the the two-week span’s advertising circulars.
It makes sense, and it’s actually true. I figure whatever they aren’t going to be able to work into the next day’s salad bar gets the big red sticker.
Frequently I get seven bagged salad mixes that were $3 once they become $1. That’s the only time to buy. If you pay more than $1, you paid too much. If there’s nothing there for $1, select another style of mix that they are unloading.
Congratulations, you paid $7 instead of $21 for your week’s lunches, you genius.
Apparently the leafy greens in there turn into a pumpkin coach after midnight as opposed to something that is completely edible and delicious we all can safely consume for an additional 7 to 10 days.
Bless you freshness date.