I'm extremely new and I'm still waiting for my copy of PB.
In the meantime, though, I'm wondering how to prioritize food if you're on a tight budget.
We are a family of 5 and I try to keep groceries to about $125/week. I haven't bought anything processed in quite some time, but let me tell you, soaked steel cut oats for breakfast and beans and rice for dinner come in super handy for us...until now.
I've been following a traditional foods diet for awhile now. I've had to cut out dairy because I couldn't afford the raw milk (and the drive to and from to get it). What do I do about the grassfed meat? To be honest, I've only been buying meat lately if it's less than $2/lb. I hate the thought of CAFO meat, but I'm not sure if it's an okay second or if I should just cut it out entirely and just do eggs. But gah. Only eggs just isn't that appealing and I know my kids would definitely dislike it. Thoughts? Suggestions?