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Our Complete Guide To Frugal, Healthy Eating by Mrs. And it’s a darn good question! But as I’m fond of saying, while food is a necessity, expensive food is not. I’ve tackled the question of thrifty vittles over the years in a multitude of ways, and I encourage you to peruse my Food section for a complete treatment of the topic. A note on recipes: I know that everyone wants me to post recipes for everything we eat.

I am not a food blogger and I’m also not a cook. He cooks from memory, by taste, and with whatever ingredients he has on hand. But for the purposes of successful frugal eating, let’s eliminate the excuses mindset and instead establish that we all have different parameters and priorities for our eating. I have a big family and so we eat a lot!

I’m single and it’s tough to cook for one person! I eat a vegan diet and that food is expensive! I eat a lot of meat and it is expensive! I hate to cook and so I spend too much on ingredients! I love to cook and so I spend too much on ingredients! I am not making this up. While the juxtaposition is funny, it’s also illustrative of that fact that we all have unique circumstances surrounding our eating.

It’s key to realize that we’re not all going to eat the same things and we’re not all going to have the same grocery budget. If you have five kids, you’re going to spend more on groceries than I do for my family of three. Similarly, if you’re single, you’re going to spend less on groceries than me. It’s not about comparing yourself to me or anyone else, it’s about finding a way to reduce spending on your own family’s food. Be specific about what you value.