I want to cut down big time on processed foods.

@sharon6345 (101201)
United States
October 7, 2016 1:52pm CST
I won't lie to eat really good it's expensive. Expensive for me because I just can't afford $4 lettuce every night it sure can add up. I can go to other stores and stock up on a lot of ready mad foods. I am going to work on cooking a few times a week. Crock pot meals for sure. No more big meals that I will waste. Not at all. I plan to buy carrots and dressing and have that for dinner with a few slices of bacon if caught on sale. I will try to find a spot to grow my lettuce in the spring and take it to my house. There is a nice huge yard out back. It would be awesome if he let me garden.
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@NJChicaa (26171)
• United States
7 Oct 16
eliminating processed foods is so much better for your health
@sharon6345 (101201)
• United States
7 Oct 16
I figure it's worth a try when I move since I am cutting back on spending too.
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@akalinus (12428)
• United States
7 Oct 16
Good food is much more expensive than junk food. It is not fair but that is the way it is.
@MALUSE (30186)
• Denmark
7 Oct 16
You can grow things in flower pots on sunny window sills inside during the cold season.
@skysnap (17578)
7 Oct 16
yes that will surely improve your healh.
@ricki_911 (16100)
• Toronto, Ontario
7 Oct 16
I buy reduced or clearance food. It saves a lot of money, and the cost of things are doubled here than it is there. Walmart and a few grocery stores do some great clearance bins on all food, even meat and veggies.
@celticeagle (113041)
• Boise, Idaho
7 Oct 16
If you like soups, chilis and such you can save a lot that way. Make up a batch and eat some and freeze the rest. Vegetable soups are so good and you can add chicken or something if you like. Lots of ways to save if you want to.