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    Please don't feel discouraged in this thread from a couples days ago, that same topic was discussed and there where some great ideas.

    Over the weekend I made an experiment and took $50 cash and when shopping. Scroll down this page and you'll find my post. and this are stores that everybody have available.

    what stores are in your area?

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    Join Sam's Club or Costo, bulk meats are cheap and you can freeze the excess in portions to be used in the future!

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    One thing that I have done to make primal eating more affordable to is be really, really careful about waste. I rarely throw away food anymore. When I ate SAD I threw tons of stuff away, I am embarrassed to think about that. I think about whether I will be able to eat up the fresh food I'm buying, and whether it will freeze well. Some things I eat now, especially when money is tight - bananas, liverwurst, eggs. Not in that order!
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    "Freedom from fear" could be said to sum up the whole philosophy of human rights. - Dag Hammarskjold

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    Initially I found that my grocery bills were really high, but these days they're much lower than they even were before I went primal.

    Basically I don't eat breakfast (coffee with coconut oil instead), then at weekends I batch cook 2 x main meals - last weekend it was roast pork belly and chicken thighs stuffed with goats cheese and wrapped in bacon.

    Then I add veggies - salad stuff mostly with the chicken thighs and a cauliflower and a couple of bags of greens to go with the pork belly.

    Those are my meals for the entire week - absolutely delicious, and pretty inexpensive which means I can afford to buy high quality meat.

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