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LONDON - JULY 12: A store assistant cuts brie, which can contain between 45 and 60 percent fat, for a customer in a cheese store on July 12, 2007 in London, England. Government advisors are considering a tax on high fat foods to tackle obesity. Foods targeted include dairy products such as fatty cheese, full fat milk and fresh butter. (Photo by Cate Gillon/Getty Images)

There is no question that inflation has caused everything at the grocery store to be more expensive. When it comes to a simple grocery trip these days, things are costing quite a bit more than they once did.

While a lot of us are trying to find creative ways to try and make up for the inflation costs, it turns out one way to save is by choosing a different type of cheese.

A quarter here and there might not seem like a lot, but it definitely adds up over time.

One way to help you save money is to buy blocks of cheese instead of the pre-shredded cheese. Many people don’t want to go through the effort to shred their own cheese at home, but did you ever think about putting it in a food processor or your blender? That’s an easy way to quickly shred cheese that I definitely didn’t think about until I saw this video on Good Morning America.

Save money on cheese with this simple shredding hack l GMA

Gina Zakaria of Saving Whiz shows us an easy way to shred a giant block of cheddar in minutes, without any waste.SUBSCRIBE to GMA's YouTube page: https://bi...


Not only is shredding your own cheese cheaper, but it’s also healthier too!

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Happy shredding!