What Shouldn’t I Buy in Bulk?

There are a lot of instances where you want to make sure that, no matter what, you’re getting just what you need in order to look at the big picture of it all. How can you be sure that you’re finding options that make sense and that are worth buying in bulk? Are there things that you should avoid buying in bulk? Absolutely – here are a few of them.

Spices- These lose their flavor after awhile. So, unless you use a lot of seasonings worcester, don’t buy more than maybe 6 months’ supply.

Candy and other guilty pleasures – Guilty pleasures have this horrible habit of being there and tempting us to eat them.

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Nuts – These go bad quicker than you realize. Now, many people keep their almonds in the fridge so they don’t go bad as quickly, but most nuts are only fresh for 3-4 months. In the fridge? 6 months tops.

Brown Rice – White rice is fine to buy in bulk, but remember, brown rice is healthier for you. So why does it go bad so quickly? Because of why it’s better for you! There are some oils in brown rice that make it not able to sit on the shelf as long as white rice can.

Tilapia – Why this fish, of all the fish out there? Because for some reason, if you shop between different stores, it’s cheaper to buy this individually instead of in bulk. Many times the individual ones are fresher, too.

Condiments – People think you go through them quickly, but sometimes, you don’t. They last about 6 months to a year and then after that, and then they start to go bad as well.

Find your options and see what it is that you want to be able to buy in bulk. The smarter you are about bulk purchases, the more worthwhile it will be!