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Eating Healthy on a Budget

Save Money Without Sacrificing Quality

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10/16/2017 12:42:13 AM

DEE107's SparkPage
thanks for the info and sharing
5/25/2017 9:19:53 AM

ALEPEQUIJADA's SparkPage
Good to know!
5/13/2017 3:29:50 AM

DJ4HEALTH's SparkPage
Thanks
5/13/2017 1:20:50 AM

SUSANBEAMON's SparkPage
Creative thinking and not going to the store very often.
5/9/2017 12:54:41 PM

GORDONED's SparkPage
Great article!
5/6/2017 12:22:26 PM

MSLOUIE3's SparkPage
Interesting
5/6/2017 11:29:41 AM

JUNETTA2002's SparkPage
Good ideas.
5/6/2017 9:46:24 AM

ILOVEROSES's SparkPage
Great article with many good ideas.
5/6/2017 9:06:12 AM

NELLJONES's SparkPage
It takes a little creative planning, but eating healthy on a budget is easier than you think.
5/6/2017 7:55:28 AM

HMBROWN1's SparkPage
Some great ideas! I would worry less about buying fresh veggies - much cheaper to get frozen. And they are just as nutritious. They are flash frozen after picking. Fresh often travels hundreds of miles - and several days - to your grocery store.
3/11/2017 9:40:56 PM

NEWCLEAR1's SparkPage
So many people think it can't be done! Of course this doesn't cover everyone, but special conditions should be addressed by a specilist.
12/20/2016 11:22:39 AM

CELTICLASSINLA's SparkPage
Liked this article very much. We are big legume (beans of all sorts) eaters in this house - stems back to poor grad school days when diet staples were: tomato juice (cheaper than fruit); eggs (19 cents a doz then-I'm old); peanut butter and chicken pieces parts (great for soup stock). We also learned a pressure cooker can be your best friend. Was then and still is.
5/6/2016 9:20:40 AM

NOLAHORSERIDER's SparkPage
Great article with lots of information. I've saved it so I can refer back to it! Thank you...
ETHELMERZ
5/6/2016 8:17:44 AM

You really don't have to drink all that water, good grief, don't force that all down, it's pitiful to force water on people, healthy eating is already enough of a challenge!!
MRSPEPPA
1/7/2016 10:22:54 AM

The website www.budgetbytes.com has much better suggestions for delicious recipes that are inexpensive to make and go a long way (even in my household of 5). I know the article says to be flexible but I'm a picky eater and we all know it's not good to go without eating. The recipes on budgetbytes round out to around 300-500 calories a serving which is perfect for a meal. The woman who posts the recipes makes lots of use of vegetables, pasta, chicken, other meats, and beans and lentils. Check it out! You'll be glad you did!

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