A common question I get is, “How can you afford to eat healthy food on a budget?”. Many people want to make the change to nourishing and healthy food, but they feel they can’t make the leap into healthy cooking for the simple reason that they can’t afford it.
There are many things to say and many things to share about. I could talk about doing your best, the real cost of food, supporting small farmers, and making life style changes to make buying better food possible, and I will get to those aspects soon. But I would like this upcoming carnival-happening on Friday- to focus on recipes that make nourishing food possible on a budget. I would love for you to be a part of it!
Most of us are feeling the economy pinch and we are no exception. Not only with the economy, but especially with Joel having school to pay for while only working part time, budgeting is especially hard for us right now. But real food is still important to us, and so therefore we choose to use frugal and nourishing recipes to feed our family.
This Thursday our panel will be sharing their tips for how to feed your family nourishing food on a budget. On Friday, it’s your turn. Shares tips, shares recipes, share it all! Let’s join forces and share our knowledge. I hope that we can all benefit and learn from each other as we share what has worked for us.
For those of you who haven’t done a carnival before, check out the last one, Nourishing Chocolate Recipes to get an idea of how it works.
Two comments in answer to some questions asked last time. If you would like to highlight an old post, simply do a new post on March 6th, sharing about the carnival (you are welcome to use my photo), and link in that new post to one or as many old recipes and posts as you like! That way your readers will get the benefit of being directed to the carnival so that they can read everyone else’s entries. That would be great.
Or, even better, share a new recipe and/or tips!
I look forward to hearing what your frugal and healthy recipes are in your household! And thank you in advance for sharing.
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