Good and cheap eat well on $4 day pdf
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How to Eat Healthy on a Tight Budget
Free cookbook teaches you how to eat well on $4 a day
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The grocery stores are full of really cheap junk foods and prepared foods, most of which aren't really conducive to optimal health, but which might appeal to the frugal shopper, the penny pincher, and those on a limited income. And if you don't have the skills or the recipes necessary to turn basic staple ingredients into healthy meals, eating poorly can turn into a self-sustaining habit that yields a diet low in nutrients and high in added sugars and other subpar ingredients. One big factor in maintaining a healthy lifestyle for yourself and your family is sticking to a good diet made from real foods, which is all well and good if you've got a decent food budget, but another thing entirely if you're just scraping by every month. I wanted to create a resource that would promote the joy of cooking and show just how delicious and inspiring a cheap meal can be if you cook it yourself. While the book was originally written with the intent to help poor families, who may receive SNAP Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly known as food stamps benefits, to eat better, learning how to eat healthy on a tight budget is something that many of us aspire to, especially families that are already trying to stretch their budgets thin enough to cover all of their expenses. But because not everyone has access to a computer, especially in the kitchen, a print version of the book is in the works, and the crowdfunding campaign to finance its production is also helping to underwrite a 'buy one, give one' initiative that aims to put the cookbooks in front of those who could most benefit from them. If it's at all helpful to you, take a minute to say thanks to Brown via her Good and Cheap Facebook page or on Twitter.