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$5 a day, Ultra-Economical and Healthy Eating

$5 a day, Ultra-Economical and Healthy Eating

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Lunghezza: 52 pagine35 minuti

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I will write of what I buy and what I eat, every day for an entire month, plus estimates of the price of anything I've bought previously. List items you should basically eat in some form.

-Eggs are great. Fabulous, delicious, nutritious,  filling, if boiled easy to carry in one's pockets, and cheap! -Brewer's Yeast -stuff is delicious. Get a jar, put it on everything. It has so many vitamins, and so many

amino acids - it's amazing!

Sprouts. You can be full for pennies. And you have delicious crunchy food right there, all the time. store-bought Veggies (bags of carrots) for 99 cents a pound, or cheaper. -Fresh fruit off of trees! Buttermilk is full of tasty bacteria Wholesale food, ten-pound meat blob  or chicken bullions they are also packed with nutritious goodies. Drop one in how water or noodles, bingo.

potato meal, cut potatoes in 4 section, drop of oil in the pot, drop some meat if you have it, fry a little, glass of water, when boiled, drop the potatoes, salt and paper to the test.. Spinach cream  cheese omelette Boiled potato Potato and eggs: Single man special, cut potatoes , start frying with some oil ,2 min in to it, glass of water, cover well let it cook with steam. , crack two eggs , stir, very super low cost protein punching meal. Boiled eggs Boiled fish or chicken will be nice and cheep. Pancake breads: Make pancake with corn flour and make them thick so it can be used as bread. Cabbage onions, ketchup: boil them in water, a great soup or meal if you use water sparingly.
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$5 a day, Ultra-Economical and Healthy Eating

Azioni libro

Inizia a leggere

Informazioni sul libro

$5 a day, Ultra-Economical and Healthy Eating

Lunghezza: 52 pagine35 minuti

Descrizione

I will write of what I buy and what I eat, every day for an entire month, plus estimates of the price of anything I've bought previously. List items you should basically eat in some form.

-Eggs are great. Fabulous, delicious, nutritious,  filling, if boiled easy to carry in one's pockets, and cheap! -Brewer's Yeast -stuff is delicious. Get a jar, put it on everything. It has so many vitamins, and so many

amino acids - it's amazing!

Sprouts. You can be full for pennies. And you have delicious crunchy food right there, all the time. store-bought Veggies (bags of carrots) for 99 cents a pound, or cheaper. -Fresh fruit off of trees! Buttermilk is full of tasty bacteria Wholesale food, ten-pound meat blob  or chicken bullions they are also packed with nutritious goodies. Drop one in how water or noodles, bingo.

potato meal, cut potatoes in 4 section, drop of oil in the pot, drop some meat if you have it, fry a little, glass of water, when boiled, drop the potatoes, salt and paper to the test.. Spinach cream  cheese omelette Boiled potato Potato and eggs: Single man special, cut potatoes , start frying with some oil ,2 min in to it, glass of water, cover well let it cook with steam. , crack two eggs , stir, very super low cost protein punching meal. Boiled eggs Boiled fish or chicken will be nice and cheep. Pancake breads: Make pancake with corn flour and make them thick so it can be used as bread. Cabbage onions, ketchup: boil them in water, a great soup or meal if you use water sparingly.
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