I was vegan before and need some suggestions for eating meat on a budget. I pretty much feel I know everything ere is to know about eating fruits and vegetables on a budget I am mainly wondering about meat.
I think the other posters have covered most bases. However, if you have to stick to buying meat from the grocery store that isn't grass fed, go with the leaner cuts and use coconut oil, olive oil or good quality butter (such as kerrygold) to cook... (more)
So, my previous question of a similar name was more for life's sake. Well, I no longer can only afford $35/week. Now it is a question, a strict one, to inspire creativity. keep it personal and forget about tax. What's your list with your... (more)
I have been Paleo for 6 months, never eating gluten, but now my family and I are in a bind. For 2 months I have only a $50/week budget for all food, and there are 6 of us. The rest of my family refuses to give up bread, so I will break into our... (more)
I am interested in preserving meats. Pemmican and Jerky are fine short term, but I'm looking for long term, no refrigeration type preservation. Has anyone canned meat without a pressure cooker? Does anyone have any pickling recipes that don't make... (more)
Also, can't forget confit. The latest WAPF newsletter had a letter where someone described how people in Greece used to preserve meat in fat with salt. "Sealed and stored in a cool place, confit can last for several months." If I were storing it... (more)
Sure they are all good, but which is your go to sea dweller? For what your spending which of these buggers do you feel give you the greatest benefit. Oysters, clams, crawdads, crab, shrimp, scallops, or other....which do you like and why?
My faves to eat are shrimp and scallops (yum) but my latest go-to for the nutritional bang for my buck are mussels. More nutrients per oz than the common shellfish. Better yet, farmed mussels are sustainable and don't have the problems other... (more)