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exiledone956

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I have peanut butter and some instant oatmeal can y’all recommend other cheap foods I can buy???
 
We sell all kinds of other stuff in our Etsy store!

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dried beans, lentils, rice, nuts n cocoa/dried fruit which is harder in the winter
wit a fridge i recommend chicken broccoli etc gives u more options for dehydrating
dont shop at whole foods, better when a bag of bulk falls off the truck
 
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I don't know your likes and dislikes so I'm just gonna recommend to check the supermarket isles for deals. I take advantage of 10 for $10 deals. Usually I get beans, soup, tuna, chicken, pasta, instant mashed, Knorr rice packs, spaghetti sauce, paper towels. Then whatever I can find on sale. Only one supermarket where I live. ~ peace and Ask the cashier if you can use a store card to get the deals that are for card members only. They usually do.
 
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I don't know your likes and dislikes so I'm just gonna recommend to check the supermarket isles for deals. I take advantage of 10 for $10 deals. Usually I get beans, soup, tuna, chicken, pasta, instant mashed, Knorr rice packs, spaghetti sauce, paper towels. Then whatever I can find on sale. Only one supermarket where I live. ~ peace and Ask the cashier if you can use a store card to get the deals that are for card members only. They usually do.
That’s exactly the Kinda food I like thank you both for the info 👍
 
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Well depending if u are interested in maybe some healthier options, I can only give u. My experience but wheatgrass juice powder is relatively cheap for what u get ..a whole pouch could last u a month with easy storage for someone traveling..can put in backback or whatever n just need cold or lukewarm water in some type of bottle or glass container
on top of that it’ll help your digestion & your body will thank u for it
For some it could be hard to stomach but it’s not bad, kinda like a taste that gets acquired once your body starts accepting it & reaping benefits from it’ll be easier to handle.
Other than that I’d check out the dollar store has plenty of cheap low quality food
Walmart n Aldi n other similar markets usually always have some good deals as well
 
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Well depending if u are interested in maybe some healthier options, I can only give u. My experience but wheatgrass juice powder is relatively cheap for what u get ..a whole pouch could last u a month with easy storage for someone traveling..can put in backback or whatever n just need cold or lukewarm water in some type of bottle or glass container
on top of that it’ll help your digestion & your body will thank u for it
For some it could be hard to stomach but it’s not bad, kinda like a taste that gets acquired once your body starts accepting it & reaping benefits from it’ll be easier to handle.
Other than that I’d check out the dollar store has plenty of cheap low quality food
Walmart n Aldi n other similar markets usually always have some good deals as well
I’ll keep that in mind
 

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Im always hunting for deals. Kroger had 3 lbs of ground beef for $5.96 last month so i picked up 4 packs and froze one and cooked up and froze probably 20 meals worth of meatloaf and shepherds pie, and made burgers for 3 days for 4 people all on $25 w. Veggies etc included.

Also, if you actually hunt animals instead of deals you can get some decent meat for free.. Venison is my favorite, ive got one deer (79 lbs of steaks and ground in the freezer) this year so far, hope for another in muzzle loading season. If you dont have a bow or gun, ask a friend who hunts. Hunters usually love bringing and arming a friend (offer to buy some ammo or arrows if you feel it)

Most areas also have food banks available for anyone who comes to pick it up , around here we pass out the food in pre made mixed grocery bag. If you have any special dietary needs they can be accommodated, especially if you call ahead.
 
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Im always hunting for deals. Kroger had 3 lbs of ground beef for $5.96 last month so i picked up 4 packs and froze one and cooked up and froze probably 20 meals worth of meatloaf and shepherds pie, and made burgers for 3 days for 4 people all on $25 w. Veggies etc included.

Also, if you actually hunt animals instead of deals you can get some decent meat for free.. Venison is my favorite, ive got one deer (79 lbs of steaks and ground in the freezer) this year so far, hope for another in muzzle loading season. If you dont have a bow or gun, ask a friend who hunts. Hunters usually love bringing and arming a friend (offer to buy some ammo or arrows if you feel it)

Most areas also have food banks available for anyone who comes to pick it up , around here we pass out the food in pre made mixed grocery bag. If you have any special dietary needs they can be accommodated, especially if you call ahead.
Yea I like those deals too. I’m a fan of sardines and my Walmart has them for 50 cents each. I bought 1 can of sardines, 1 can of Vienna sausages, rice in a bag for under around 2 bucks 👍
 

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I have peanut butter and some instant oatmeal can y’all recommend other cheap foods I can buy???
if you've got a stove and don't mind the weight, goya parboiled rice is like $4 for a 5 lb bag, makes a fantastic addition to whatever veg/spices/anything you've got on hand
 

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Well depending if u are interested in maybe some healthier options, I can only give u. My experience but wheatgrass juice powder is relatively cheap for what u get ..a whole pouch could last u a month with easy storage for someone traveling..can put in backback or whatever n just need cold or lukewarm water in some type of bottle or glass container
on top of that it’ll help your digestion & your body will thank u for it
For some it could be hard to stomach but it’s not bad, kinda like a taste that gets acquired once your body starts accepting it & reaping benefits from it’ll be easier to handle.
Other than that I’d check out the dollar store has plenty of cheap low quality food
Walmart n Aldi n other similar markets usually always have some good deals as well
where would you look to find wheatgrass powder?
 

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