My frugal tip for today is to try to buy local in season produce. I try to buy as much local fruit and vegetables as I can. I do not have a CSA near me, so that is not an option. I do however have several farms and orchard near where I live. There are several blueberry and blackberry farms that offer both u-pick and items they have picked.
This week I bought peaches from a local orchard. They taste wonderful. They are so fresh. They are much better then I can get in the supermarket and cheaper. I did have to buy in bulk to get a better price, but we will easily use them up in the next week or so. I will also freeze a few of these to use in smoothies over the next few months. I go to this same orchard in the fall to buy apples. Again I buy in bulk but apples usually last a while, especially if kept cool. We have a garden this year but in the past when I did not do a garden I u-picked tomatoes and other things.
So look around, call a few places and check some prices. You might be surprised at how much you can save buying local in season produce.