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A very simple money-saver

I did this last week without thinking, and realized that its worth doing more. At FIRST CLASS COURSEWORK WRITING HELP service we are tend to give each other a lot of useful advices. So it's time to spread this tendency.
I'm sorry to anyone who looks at his and says "well DUH! I'm already doing that"
If you can, split meals with others. Lets face it, if you go to the grocery store the food is clearly packaged for a family of at least 4. So, you have two options. Option one is to buy the family sized loaf of bread, the 3 lb bag of potatos, the entire gallon of milk- and then eat/drink that every day for a week, or even two. Me, personaly, I get sick of eating the same food day after day.
Granted, sometimes it cant be avoided, but I dont like to. The other downside is that its not healthy. We are built to be hunter/gatherer creatures, which means eating a wide variety of things on a day to day basis. Sure, potatos are nutricious, but if you eat just that for 2 weeks anything that ISNT in that potato your not getting at all. VITAMINS ARE NOT THE ANSWER.
So, last week I gt 1 lb of beef, and a 69 cent can of manwich sauce, a bag od carrots, and some buns. We split it between 3 people, and it cost next to nothing per person.
This way we all got our protein, nothing spoiled, and we didnt have a chance to get sick of what we were eating. If we did this regularly I think we could save quite a lot of money, and be healthier.
Now, do remember that this only works if your not burning a bunch of gas. Make friends with people in your building. Chances are good they could use a low-cost means of getting a variety of foods to. If not in your building, within walking distance. Then you even get just a smidgen of exersize...and mabey even a little bit of that oh-so-precious sunshine.
As a side note, don't neglect good ol sloppy joes. their cheap, but since you ate them as a kid you dont have to feel broke when your eating them. Their nostalgic instad of depressing.

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