Make stock, buy house brands: Eunice Quek's hacks for saving on food

Consumers can get some good deals if they take the time to compare prices across online platforms. ST PHOTOS: EUNICE QUEK
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SINGAPORE - The price of everything from morning kopi to dinner at a favourite restaurant has been going up. There is nothing Singaporeans like more than a good deal, a lobang for discounts, a hack to save money. The Straits Times food team is no different. These are some ways we make our dollars stretch.

Making a big batch of stock is the most fuss-free way for me to stretch ingredients into multiple meals.

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