We mostly eat what we grow. There's no way we could afford to buy food as good as homegrown. Beef, pork, chicken, eggs, fruit herbs & veggies. We spend a little more now on avocados, coconut oil, almonds & such. But we try to do without as much storebought as possible. We'd probably spend $1000 trying to source the same quality at the farmers' market or co-op.
We can produce pork for about $3/lb. average all cuts. We keep the organs at slaughter time. I sell pastured free-range eggs for $4/dz which is about the going rate in this area for non-organic. We use the old laying hens for soup.
Granted, growing our own takes 95% of our time at home, but it keeps us active & outdoors and in tune with life.