I went to Albertsons this morning and spent $25.23. Here’s what I bought with all my coupons:
12 boxes of cereal, 3 gallons of milk, 2 dozen eggs, 2 lbs butter, 4 boxes of fruit roll-ups, 11 Kit Kat bars and 3 Christmas ornaments. That breaks down to $.66 an item.
Maybe this is a stupid question, but do you think it’s cheaper to eat processed food than it is to eat a truly healthy diet? Is it cheaper to grow your own food than it is to buy it? What takes more time?
Does it take more time to grow your own food, process it and make your meals from scratch or does it take more time & money to shop, unpack your food, pop it in the oven and then sit on the couch? What is the end result of all the chemicals you have put into your body? How much time do we spend shopping for food? Really?
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