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I'm a Singleton and spent the past two years living paycheck to paycheck- using 200$ a month for food is luxury- especially if you're not eating out or buying junk food. My budget came closer to 100$ a month (anything leftover rolled over to next month), and I worked hard to make sure I wasn't neglecting my nutrition ...more
I'm a Singleton and I've been able to make groceries stretch considerably. My best month I spent 25$ on new food. I did however have a nifty stockpile of rice, flour and spices ready.
Veggies can be pricey, but the canned and frozen versions can last a while. Especially if they're integrated into larger meal...more
Thank you, Liz. Thanks for bringing this to our attention and providing us the tools to easily contact our government representatives. I have forwarded this article on and created a form letter of my own for my senators and representatives. Hopefully I won't be alone!
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