Americans are changing how they shop to combat high food prices. iReporters say they're planning trips to the grocery store with military precision -- arming themselves with coupons and making sure they're in the right shoppers' clubs to get the best deals.
Others are looking even closer to home: buying in bulk from the local dairy on behalf of co-workers or just growing food in their yard.
Eric Hubbard of Knoxville, Tennessee, says he pays about twice as much for food as he did in 2007. Read full article »