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Best websites that help with the grocery shopping

These sites facilitate budgeting, planning, and shopping for food.

Keyingredient.com features a shared library of 100,000 recipes. Even before you sign up, you can search by ingredient or peruse the latest listings to decide what you’ll be making for dinner tonight. Cooks are welcome to build an online cookbook and share it with others.

Shortcuts.com helps you find savings at local stores. Simply enter your shopping list, register your store card, and the site will suggest coupons. The coupons you choose will be deposited onto your card and automatically deducted at checkout.

Alice.com is a site for household staples that “mimics real-world shopping” by displaying products on virtual shelves. Compare items by price or coupon availability, and receive reminders when your pantry is running low. Free shipping is available, and prices are 20 percent to 30 percent lower.

Source: Better Homes & Gardens

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