$7 a day for any kind of meals is a pretty good effort, but Jean Weiss at MSN Health & Fitness does her homework to provide the healthy and organic options.Read full content
The beginning of this article focuses on what foods do what and scouring the supermarket for cheaper alternatives [duh] so I’ll skip you right ahead to the serving suggestions in the link below.
Jean deals us a nice week-long plan, each day with three serves plus snacks. Meanwhile here are her suggestions for some frugal health-food investments:
If you’re committed to eating on $7 a days, you may want to invest in some assistance:
• Rice cooker, as low as $27
• Wok, between $25 and $40
• Glass jars for bulk items, $23 for 36 8-ounce “ball” canning jars
• Extra freezer, if you get serious, $234 for a chest freezer that will hold 10 pounds of frozen food.
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