|Amount||Ingredient||$ / day||Source|
|100||g||Beans, kidney, red, mature seeds, raw||$0.24|
|100||g||Rice, brown, medium-grain, raw||$0.16|
|100||g||Beef, ground, 90% lean meat / 10% fat, raw||$0.90|
|100||g||Chicken, ground, raw||$1.20|
|100||g||Pork, fresh, ground, raw||$0.80|
|100||g||Cereals, QUAKER, Instant Oatmeal Organic, Regular||$0.50|
|100||g||Vegetables, mixed, frozen, unprepared||$0.31|
|100||g||Beans, black turtle, mature seeds, raw||$0.24|
|100||g||Egg, whole, cooked, omelet||$0.58|
|100||g||Fish, salmon, Atlantic, wild, raw||$1.40|
|100||g||Fish, trout, rainbow, wild, raw||$2.10|
|100||g||Blackberries, frozen, unsweetened||$1.00|
|100||g||Tomatoes, red, ripe, canned, packed in tomato juice||$0.38|
|100||g||Avocados, raw, California||$0.75|
Total Daily Cost:
|$13.86||Add Ingredients |
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I realized that making soup is cheap and requires very little work (especially if you use a rice cooker).
It also typically tastes better than goop, and you're not limited to dry ingredients.
Hopefully, there's a way to get all the nutrition you need each day from a soup that takes less than 5-10 minutes to prepare (and each batch can last for days).
Also hopefully it tastes good.