Who said eating healthy cost too much?
A Week worth of Raw Food:$63.38
1 night for two at Cheesecake factory on Avg $50 +TIP
6 Bunches of Broccoli
3 bags Spinach
4 lbs Mushrooms
6 heads Romaine Hearts
6 Red Onions
5 lbs of Bananas
3 lbs of Strawberries
3 lbs of Cherry Tomatoes
4 Bunches Scallions
1 lb olives
1 lb Sun Dried Tomatoes
6 oz Blueberries
I would have a salad for lunch and I will make a broccoli mushroom dish for dinner. I will dress the salad with lemon, pepper and whatever seasons I can come up with I will also add some tomatoes (Raw & Sun Dried) Olives and Scallions. For the broccoli I will toy around with some agave and lemon and or orange for a stir fry taste to the broccoli. Throughout the day I will have oranges, Mangoes, Blueberries, and Strawberries and Pineapples and do varieties of those and combos.
WOW! Thanks for this post. I was always under the impression eating healthy would be expensive. I just stumbled upon your site earlier today and I must say this is an eye opener. I definitely would like to become a vegan, but I am not too sure where to start when it comes to meal plans and what not.
This is a great post! Eating out adds up. I will definitely refer this article to my friends when the topic of “eating healthy is expensive” comes up. As a vegan 2+ months, I have felt so much better athletically and mentally from all the nourishment that this diet/lifestyle consists of!
Um, wow, that’s about $275 a month. Sorry, but $275/month for rabbit foods is a lot of my hard earned cash. Do you know how many whole chickens or pounds of bacon or beef one can get with that type of money?!
How many calories is that? As a vegan, are your calorie intake requirements less than a carnivore?