No doubt times are tough. People are losing their jobs in record numbers. Money is beyond tight. A common theme I keep seeing is: "I can eat cheaper and feed my family if I feed them foods that aren't healthy." Well, I've been looking around this wonderful site to see what information I can find on eating on a budget... I wanted to share some of that info with anyone out there who thinks it is cheaper to feed their family "junk" foods and that they can't eat healthy on a budget...
This is a great blog post and timely for some. Families that are dependent on processed, convenience foods may find themselves struggling right now. My husband and I eat cheap and healthy with staples like dried beans, brown rice, wholesome foods, even organic chicken thighs and farm-fresh produce. It is a matter of getting fairly inexpensive wholesome ingredients and working with them in our household. 3191 days ago
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