Is your pantry full of food you'll never eat? If you answered yes, then you're not a very frugal shopper. There are staples that every pantry needs, but it doesn't do any good if you don't use them. You also don't have to buy the most expensive items to fill your shelves. Take this quiz to see if you've what it takes to stock your pantry on a budget.
Which frugal pantry staple is known for its amazing antioxidants?
Which of these foods does not contain lycopene?
True or False: Tomatoes are considered a vegetable, rather than a fruit.
Which of these whole grains has the highest fiber content?
Which of these dried beans needs to be soaked before cooking?
Which type of lentil is the best for soup?
Which of these weeds are an edible legume?
Which of these frugal pantry staples are gluten-free?
Which of these are considered to be "immature" legumes?
What kind of beans are generally found in a typical beans and toast breakfast?
Which of these grains are usually not gluten-free?
Both A and B
Which Ivy League college was founded by a man who made his fortune in spices?
Which spice is known as the most expensive in the world?
What year did peanut butter first arrive on the scene?
What percentage of the world's peanut yield is grown in the United States?
Where did the oats crop originate?
What household use should white vinegar not be used for?
Cleaning tile floors
What food is the basis for vinegar?
True or False: Pregnant women are not advised to eat tuna.
What is the most popular seafood product in the U.S.?