Save on Groceries

Save money on food by using whole grains. There’s no better budget stretcher than cooking with whole grains. Pearl barley, brown rice, and bulgur are low in fat, high in protein, and tummy-filling. Combine with meat or veggies to make a little money go a long, healthy way. Be E.I. and healthy at the same time!

But even the highest prices in the U.S. are child’s play compared to Europe, even in oil producing nations like Norway. Like other members of the European Union, Norway taxes its gasoline more heavily that the U.S. That’s why the current gas prices in Norway are $9.60 per gallon, which is more than California and Hawaii combined.

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