to those living w their parents (ie. they foot the bill for groceries)
Posted 03 April 2021 - 04:17 AM
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Posted 05 April 2021 - 08:45 AM
Carbs! - really cheap filling vegan food imo
*Bread (you can freeze it so it lasts longer)
*Canned or dry beans
Veg/fruit (all expensive tbh)
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Posted 18 April 2021 - 12:50 PM
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Posted 23 April 2021 - 02:22 PM
what other people said but also, if you don't care about health, Top Ramen Soy Sauce flavor is vegan and of course is like one of the cheapest foods out there. also beans and rice is the *classic* cheap vegan meal. also PB&J's. also baked russet potatoes.
it sounds like you may not necessarily need to eat SUPER cheaply right now, but you're just trying to avoid spiking your parents' grocery bill big time, right? in that case, one strategy is to mix up the price of your meals. for example, it's fine to buy some pricier meat replacements for 2-3 of your weekly meals if you also plan to have a baked potato for a couple of meals. that way it all evens out to be moderately priced. i hope that made sense.
Posted 23 April 2021 - 06:25 PM
if u live in the US and have an Aldi's in your state, def go there for a lot of your stuff. the fruits and veggies are so much cheaper. i mean omg everything is sooooo much cheaper AND they sell meat and dairy alternatives for like half the price u would pay else where. they have a bunch of meat alternatives in the frozen section. my fave are the meatballs, the chicken tenders, and the breakfast sausage patties. they have a dairy free cheese but its not the best imo so i stopped buying it. they also have tofu, sometimes they have vegan dumplings as well. u rly gotta look around at aldis. but yea canned veggies, frozen veggies, fresh veggies n fruit, meat/cheese alternatives, almond milk/coconut milk, hummus, and even some dressings they have are vegan. i save so much from buying all that shit at aldis vs stop and shop or any other grocery store in my town.
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