"The only things I can think of are cutting costs in other parts of your life and planning mono meals around produce that is on sale at the moment. For example last week the grocery store near me had oranges on a really good sale and I basically ate…"
"*make more smoothies with frozen fruit (much cheaper than fresh) and bananas (super cheap)
*Buy heads of lettuce and eat at least one a day with some homemade balsamic/oil dressing (mix in some spices for more flavor)
*Dried fruits can be…"
"I'm in a similar situation, though am not raw at this time. My budget can be between anywhere from $30-$45 a week, probably closer to $35 -- this isn't a lot of money, especially with a focus on organic, local foods whenever…"
"Sprouts are the cheapest way to get a lot of nutrition in you. They keep you full with all that protein, at least the sprouted legumes and grains, not so much alfalfa. Ann Wigmore said they were they cheapest food for the nutrition you…"
"While organic is definitely best, I don't always eat organic due to cost (It is insanely expensive in Sweden, nearly triple the cost). I thoroughly wash everything though! FullyRawKristina on youtube has some great tips. Like…"
"There is a website called Raw Foods on a Budget that you might want to check out. There are other resources we can get you that are here in the Hab.... I'll work on getting those links when my family leaves for the holiday!"
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