When creating a budget, one of the easiest ways to reduce spending is to reduce your food expenses. Right now, my wife and I are spending $325 on groceries a month, and about $50 a month on eating out. Our biggest tool to keep spending down is using a list. I’ve written about other things you can do to get more out of your grocery dollar, but I’m interested in what you do to save money on food. How do you save money on food? I’m looking for anything. Do you save ketchup packets? Eat ramen? Let us know! Drop a comment with your best money saving tips on food. At the end of the week, I’ll collect all the tips and write them up in a post. Here’s your chance to contribute to creating content on The Frugal Law Student! I’m looking forward to reading your tips!