You want to save money buying your groceries in bulk, but where do you start. Where do you go to find those bargains? Don't know how to store all that food? Is couponing worth it? What about splitting those bulk purchases with friends? How do I plan it all?
I've done it before, but it was a long time ago. The greatest lesson I learned . . . you don't save money if you buy too much and end up throwing it away.
It takes time to plan your purchases, organize your pantry and refrigerator and menu plans for efficiently using the food, which can be an exhaustive commitment if you really don't have the time. You will learn my lesson . . . if you don't have the time to make a plan, you will end up throwing money away and not saving at all.
You can do it on a small scale like we do . . . when there is a good price on an item we use often, like butter, rice and pasta, we stock up on the item since we know the item will not be wasted, how it will be stored and how long it will take us to use it.
If you have the time and patience, the following are some great resources for guidance.