Is Primal cheaper?
I thought I'd track my grocery spend, in an effort to assess how much it costs to eat this way. On return from holiday last week the cupboards were practically bare, so it was a good time to start.
At the supermarket I spent $156, and fed three of us for one week exactly. Didn't quite expect to make it this far and of course the pantry and fridge are again empty, so back I go tomorrow.
My list is basically meat, veges, fruit, eggs, milk, yoghurt, cream, cheese, nuts, raisins, tea (dh buys his own coffee). A few non primal things for my dh and dd - a loaf of thin sliced white bread, ricies, muesli.
I also want to get some coconut oil, which means popping into another supermarket.