Ate Like A Pig

I love to cook as healthy as possible. I don’t even really try. It’s when I bake that I have to be concerned. Today I cooked and ate, it was like I had eating on my mind all day, What’s next!? What’s next!? And I delivered. Breakfast was nothing special, oatmeal, coffee. Lunch was curried egg salad, mmmm. Dinner was…spaghetti squash, homemade bread, homemade black bean chili (no meat). I am out of butter and have some coconut oil, which I love, so I used that on my bread and squash. I’m stuffed and I have plenty to last the next few days. I may have to freeze some of the chili, as I have a tendency to get tired of something after a few days. All of this was very economical, fits perfectly into my budget – of not much – and is healthy and filling food.
***The bulk section is the way to go. You can buy a variety of foods in less quantity and certain foods like flours, grains and beans in larger quantity, if you need to. By buying a variety of food in less quantity can make your meals more interesting, which really does help keep life interesting, because, as the saying goes, Variety is the spice of life. Food doesn’t have to be boring when you’re on a budget.


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