Eggs, beans, canned tuna, seasonal veggies & fruits, oatmeal, grilled tomatoes, lentils, Kasha, Barley, Brown Rice, green beans, cucumbers, carrots, sweet potatoes, radishes, celery, brown rice, stuffing, a bag (9 ounces) of washed spinach leaves sells for about $1.99. Burrito's about 140 calories or the vegetarian type &sometimes 2 for $1. Cottage Cheese, whole chickens for roasts, soup or salads. Cabbage for coleslae, soup, stir fry.frozen corn, sweet potatoes.Please list your cheap food.
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A dehydrator can help avoid food spoilage, extending your food budget.
Leftovers can be dehydrated in a matter of hours and then stored for later use. They resemble the processed foods we buy for convenience but don't have the same additives and fillers. It only takes a moment to add water and reheat for a quick meal.
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