Okay, here's my basic meals list for the week;
Breakfast (every morning) - Fruit, yogurt, branflakes, seeds/nuts. The fruit is whatever is cheapest in the supermarket (hitting it's sell-by date, in season, etc.) and the yogurt and branflakes are store brand. The seeds are usually sunflower seeds as these are cheapest.
Lunch (3 days a week) - Cheap soups and stews (homemade) with home made bread. Most popular and "Lentil and..." soups, with the occassional beef or prawn based.
Lunch (2 days a week) - Couscous and veg, mackeral, and flavouring. Usually £1 per serving.
Lunch (2 days a week) - Wholewheat wrap (homemade) with whatever veg I have, sliced meat or leftover roast meat, or lentils, beans or cheese.
Dinner (3 days a week) - Stir fry, cheapest meat with whatever veg is going cheap.
Dinner (2 days a week) - Roast one day and leftovers another with potatoes and whatever veg.
Dinner (2 days a week) - Pasta, veg and cheese. Whatever veg is cheap.
Snacks (every day) - Crackers, cheese, fruit and veg, leftovers...lots of stuff, rarely stuff I have to buy in.
I keep trying to trim the list but I still seem to end up spending £30 a week on food for me, my partner, and my son.
Just because you have been through the rain of life doesn't mean I have to walk around in wet clothes forever; there is a warm towel, a big hug, and a mug of low fat cocoa waiting for you somewhere!
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