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What foods are good to eat less than two Dollares.?

  1. erorantes profile image54
    erorantesposted 4 years ago

    What foods are good to eat less than two  Dollares.?

    I like pasta. Any soup is good if you add Liptom soup. A small envelope of chicken or beef flavor with your favorite vegetables is a delight.

  2. PoeticPhilosophy profile image81
    PoeticPhilosophyposted 4 years ago

    Yes you nailed it, MR NOODLES! So cheap haha. Out in Canada we have a dollarama and they carry GOOD food for like $2 and under so I could name many but right now noodles is all that comes to mind haha.

  3. janshares profile image95
    jansharesposted 4 years ago

    Sardines and tuna are good for you, under a dollar each. A can of tuna can stretch and make at least 3 sandwiches. Mix tuna with pasta and you have a meal for days. There are lots of fruits and vegetables under $2 if purchased by the pound.

  4. CraftytotheCore profile image81
    CraftytotheCoreposted 4 years ago

    We have a new dollar store in town so all of the grocery stores are offering 99 cent specials now! LOL 

    Last week I got chunky peanut butter for 99 cents a jar.
    I also got pasta for 50 cents a box.
    Tuna was 88 cents a can.
    Frozen veggies were $1 a bag.
    Apple sauce, canned fruit cocktail, fresh apples, bananas and other fruit you can buy in singles.
    Tuna packets with crackers.
    That's all I can think of at the moment.

  5. stricktlydating profile image82
    stricktlydatingposted 4 years ago

    Home grown veg totally free! But for under $2 - A chicken kebab!

  6. Pamela N Red profile image86
    Pamela N Redposted 4 years ago

    Vegetables and fruits can be bought to a low price. If you want a starch brown rice is filling and better for you than pasta or any wheat based foods.

    Soups are a good inexpensive food choice.

  7. Borsia profile image45
    Borsiaposted 4 years ago

    Beans are a great source of both protein and fiber as well as a host of other good things. Buy either raw beans and learn to cook them (best and cheapest) or canned from the dollar store. Look for beans with no additives like black beans as opposed to beans in some sort of sauce which is often full of bad things and is used as a space filler.
    Go to a local farmer's market and get fresh vegetables, one of the easiest, fastest and healthiest ways to cook them is in the microwave. Whatever you do don't boil them unless you are making soup and retaining the water as part of the broth.
    You can make vegetable stews in fairly large batches that will last for several days and are extremely healthy.

 
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