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    I'd add in potatoes for inexpensive quality nourishment. Also, beef liver is very affordable. Canned oysters. Fruit, and cheese if you eat dairy. Crispy chicken thighs are Delish, but I wouldn't do it every day. A few times a month at most. I do think of much PUFA can be problematic.

    I'd take some tips from Derp's shopping list. He scores pretty highly for $4 bucks a day!
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    For now while I'm saving money? Milk, ripe bananas, gelatin, 16oz cottage cheese, potatoes with honey, oysters, coffee, sugar, coconut oil, bakers chocolate, juiced watermelon and rice. Once a week I'll eat beef liver.

    I spend 60 dollars every 2 weeks which equals out to a little over 4 dollars a day

    I make my own ice cream too using coffee, bananas and milk.
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    Stew meat and ground beef are cheaper than chicken thighs where I am... but chicken thighs are certainly the cheapest of chicken parts, and that's what went into my huge pot of chicken soup yesterday. I buy O3 fortified eggs - is that an option? They are more expensive though, hubby freaks out on me if he's there for the shopping, which is why I don't take him anymore :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Derpamix View Post
    For now while I'm saving money? Milk, ripe bananas, gelatin, 16oz cottage cheese, potatoes with honey, oysters, coffee, sugar, coconut oil, bakers chocolate, juiced watermelon and rice. Once a week I'll eat beef liver.

    I spend 60 dollars every 2 weeks which equals out to a little over 4 dollars a day

    I make my own ice cream too using coffee, bananas and milk.


    I am trying to wrap my head around how that combination of things could ever be tasty and I'm just.. not getting. :P

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    o3 fortified eggs are bad. the chickens are fed bad sources of o3 which are already oxidized and they go bad real fast. i had some o3 eggs back in my stupid phase, and they went sour in 3 days and i got a real bad case of salmonella
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    Quote Originally Posted by qqemokitty View Post
    I am trying to wrap my head around how that combination of things could ever be tasty and I'm just.. not getting. :P
    It certainly pales in comparison to my previous food(dates ;_; ) but, I gotta do what I gotta do.

    You just gotta be Derpamix to understand. I used a soda stream to add carbonation to my milk once, I was amazed at how fast one could throw up.

    In the name of science!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Derpamix View Post
    It certainly pales in comparison to my previous food(dates ;_; ) but, I gotta do what I gotta do.

    You just gotta be Derpamix to understand. I used a soda stream to add carbonation to my milk once, I was amazed at how fast one could throw up.

    In the name of science!
    I buy dried dates at BJ's, I think they're around $7 for a 2-lb bag, which is a lot for dried and will last me months. I make date and cheese sandwiches with them; 2 dates, piece of cheese = heavenly
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    Quote Originally Posted by j3nn View Post
    I buy dried dates at BJ's, I think they're around $7 for a 2-lb bag, which is a lot for dried and will last me months. I make date and cheese sandwiches with them; 2 dates, piece of cheese = heavenly
    2lbs of dates lasts me 15 minutes :X
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    Quote Originally Posted by Derpamix View Post
    I used a soda stream to add carbonation to my milk once, I was amazed at how fast one could throw up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Derpamix View Post
    2lbs of dates lasts me 15 minutes :X
    Correction: they're 40 oz. bags.

    And you could eat 2 lbs of dried, pitted dates in a day?? Duuuude. Lol
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