The bulk of our spending goes to food. #WFH allows more time for me to prepare homecooked food. This limits our need to dine out and/or have our food delivered, which are relatively more expensive.
What I do is "meal prep". If you know the concept, it's like cooking food in bulk and storing in properly in the fridge. I cook food good for 2-3 days.
Calculating the cost, we are really saving so much. For example, aglio olio pasta typically costs $15-25/person in a mid-range restaurant. At home, even using premium ingredients, it only costs <5sgd. Isn't this a real hack?