With the average American family spending just over $3,000 a year on food away from home, it's clear that eating out at restaurants adds up. So if you're strapped for money, it makes sense to dine in— and that's what many are doing as the economy cools. But it's not always easy to change your eating habits, which is why one budget-conscious Redditor took to r/Frugal for advice. How can you cut back on eating out? Some of the subreddit's thriftiest members answered that question and offered a series of money-saving tips.
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