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If you go to the store and stock up on ezekiel bread, chia seeds, sprouted tortillas, and gluten-free steel cut oatmeal, your bill will probably be higher than you want. The thing about these is they can last super long⏱ Chia seeds last me months, and sprouted breads can be frozen and popped in the toaster to thaw💥 Rices, quinoa, and oats can last so long and made whenever you want. Gradual pantry changes are much more realistic!

Speaking of seeds, find a store that has a 'bag your own' section! I may have looked like a weirdo, but only put like 2 tbsp of these pumpkin seeds in a bag and it was like 30¢ instead of a $7 pre packaged bag. Those are my tips today, hope you guys are having a great Wednesday! #eatyourheartoutonabudget

Over the next week I'm going to be doing some research🤓 and making meals on a budget of about $5 a day. A lot of people have been saying 'i would love to make healthy recipes, but I'm a student, or I don't have time/money.' So I'm gonna make meals as nourishing as possible without all the fancy shmancy extras (this means no daily kombucha alex). I will be dabbling in recipes and calculating prices within the next week and sharing them with you guys soon! So excited for this!!☀️ also this frittata consisted of coconut oil, chard, peppers, oils, radishes, zucchini, eggs and voila! That's it. Perfect for breakfast lunch or dinner😋 #eatyourheartoutonabudget

Hello beautiful people!! I'm currently working with the #eatyourheartoutonabudget lil project so imma share my white bean and ricotta pizza from Saturday. This was one of the ones from @sunbasket, and it was delicious (plus it didn't take long to make!) Even the fam squad enjoyed some✨ Happy Monday everyone❤

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So I ended up going like 70 cents over, but it's still cool to be able to make nourishing foods for the same price as a big drank from starbs!✨ whenever I find myself on a budget, meats seem to be the first to go because organic and free range can get pricey. So to make sure I feel full after, I incorporate beans, or minimally processed meat alternatives. The second pic is a yogurt bowl with SP fries, blueberries, and lots of PB😋 hope everyone had great Mondays! #eatyourheartoutonabudget #meatlessmonday

Happy Sunday guys☀️ spent the weekend at the beach, and now I'm back looking at the meals I made last week to share with you guys that fit in a $5 a day budget (lookin at you students and young professionals) I decided to share them on Monday, Wednesday and Friday since I ate repeat meals in order to use up all my produce. (Just a disclaimer this isn't a #whatieatinaday thing, and I even switched up meals to show this is purely for inspo) Since it is #mealprepsunday, my first tip for eating on a budget is to do what you can. For example, we all know organic is best, but if you can't afford all organic, don't beat yourself up about buying non-organic. What would you put on your plate in replace of the non-organic food? Something processed? I personally think it's better to have non organic fruits than ramen if that's where you're at. I would love to hear tips you guys use to eat nourishing foods on a budget!!💸 😋 #eatyourheartoutonabudget

Hello beautiful people!! I'm currently working with the #eatyourheartoutonabudget lil project so imma share my white bean and ricotta pizza from Saturday. This was one of the ones from @sunbasket, and it was delicious (plus it didn't take long to make!) Even the fam squad enjoyed some✨ Happy Monday everyone❤

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