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Ok, I just moved into a new place so I had to buy food. This is after a long vacation where my mom asked me what I wanted to eat every morning and cooked gourmet food for every meal. So I went to the grocery store to get set up.

I watched with mounting horror as the checker rang my food up. After everything…IT COST $186.00!!! WHAT THE HELL!? I only bought things like bread, milk, eggs, BASICALLY JUST PRISON FOOD. PLEASE KILL ME

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11 years 1 month ago

Wait until you cook it… then it’ll taste like prison food. 🙂

11 years 1 month ago

Welcome to the “real world”. 😉

Jeff O'Hara
11 years 1 month ago
Ok, grocery shopping is an art. 2 tips, only buy stuff if it’s on sale if it’s not a necesity, clip coupons, but only clip coupons on products you use as the coupons are to entice you to buy something you do not normally need. Granted the first time you go shopping when your stocking a new place is always the most expensive as you have to stock up on condiments and things you buy maybe once or twice a year. One thing to help out with grocery bills are membership clubs like Sam’s Club or Costco, but you have… Read more »
11 years 1 month ago

Two things to watch for: too much processed food. The more processing the food has, the more it costs. Check out for cereal, for example. Raw oatmeal, 3.24 for around 24 servings. Cheerios 4.00 for about 8 servings.

Same thing goes for others. Uncle bens rice: $2 for three servings. Regular white rice, $4 for about 50 servings.

Also compare groceries with eating out or the extra cost of excercising because of all of the fat eating out.

JLP at AllThingsFinancial
11 years 1 month ago

yeah, then try buying for a family of five with one of the five being in diapers! It’s much fun!

10 years 10 months ago

I don’t know where you were shopping, so maybe this isn’t helpful. But The Milk Pail Market on the back side of the San Antonio Shopping center (corner of San Antonio and California) has better and less expensive produce than Safeway or Albertsons or anything like that. Also really good, really cheap cheese and other dairy products. Better selection than Trader Joe’s even.

Joe Bassett
Joe Bassett
8 years 1 month ago can tell you how to eat breakfast for .4 a serving. Processed foods will kill you. Buy in bulk. The Costco and Sam’s Club’s aren’t cheap. For one thing you pay them to shop there. That is bullcrap. They aren’t cheap because they sell only name brand foods and it’s all in bulk. You can save buying bulk anywhere. Those places are a rip off. Foster Grant sunglasses $15 a pair at Wal-Mart. On the Internet you can buy several pairs for $3 a pair. Harbor Freight magazine sells 1lb. claw hammers for $4. At Wal-Mart $15. The Internet… Read more »
1 year 11 days ago
To be able to eat well is one of the reasons I intend to be rich. I love good food and I don’t mind paying for it. I like real triple cream French brie, Italian champagne, filet mignon, wild caught Alaskan salmon, fresh home-cooked vegetables with Irish butter, cream from Straus, organic cage-free eggs, and my own fresh herb salsa alongside all of it. My grocery budget is $180 a week and I’m happy to pay it. I remember what it was like to have nothing but rice and dried beans for a week when rent was due, and it… Read more »