It is hard to get quality at discount prices. Try to buy from local growers in season and freeze. I try to save in other areas, by buying most our clothing second-hand or at yard sales. Walking or biking more instead of using the car saves gas. Selling cars and buying less expensive ones or car sharing can, too. There are several teams on Spark dedicated to frugal living.
You can talk to God all you want and that's great, but the changes happen when you start listening to him.
If you cannot afford grass fed meat, then just be sure to pick lean cuts and trim off the fat. Find your fat elsewhere~ I've read more than one blog or book that say to do this. Not everyone can afford the 'good' stuff nor do they have access to it.
Veggies~ I would be more likely to buy organic veggies, but even then I cant always afford them, so I stick to ones that dont hold as much residue, and am sure to wash with vinegar.
It's more important if you're trying to be primal to do the grass-fed meat than organic veggies. This is due to the difference in type of fat. You can always stick mostly to the veggies with least pesticide residue. Google "dirty dozen" to find the ones that are best eaten organic. That said, do what you need to for your budget and just eat as cleanly as you can. Snacks can be hard if you're avoiding dairy, which you may not be. A good Greek yogurt with berries, maybe? Apples with almond butter? Good luck!
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