I have a monthly budget of $300, what are the absolute cheapest foods I can buy that will keep me alive and (very relatively) healthy?

I have a monthly budget of $300, what are the absolute cheapest foods I can buy that will keep me alive and (very relatively) healthy?

  1. 2 months ago

    Chia seeds are cheap and healthy. They also swell when you put them in water so they fill you up.

    • 2 months ago

      Does this make mustard gas?

      • 2 months ago

        no chia seeds and mustard seeds are completely different

      • 2 months ago

        No that's only if you eat them. You're supposed to cram em

  2. 2 months ago


  3. 2 months ago

    Rice, beans, potatoes, vegetables

    • 2 months ago

      Toss in milk and you're set

  4. 2 months ago

    Red kidney beans

  5. 2 months ago

    Frozen Veggies
    Pasta + sauce + meatballs

  6. 2 months ago


  7. 2 months ago

    oats, beans, chicken, liver(idk if its cheap to you, but in serbia its dirt cheap)

  8. 2 months ago

    >300 a month
    Spend 150 in meat and chicken use the rest to get some
    Whatever the fuck you want

  9. 2 months ago

    I spent $360 on ketamine, speed, blow and weed today moron.

    • 2 months ago

      Do roids instead, all that shit makes you weaker.

    • 2 months ago

      >buys four different types of recreational drugs
      >calls other people moron

  10. 2 months ago

    Rice, eggs, beenz, deenz, milk, carrots, apples, yoghurt, oats, semen

    Depends what's cheap in your area, apart from eggs most of what's listed above should be affordable

  11. 2 months ago

    Gomad has always been consistently the cheapest and most efficient way to get all my protein, carbs, fat, vitamins and some minerals. People rattle their mouths about how great 6 dollar a dozen eggs are but milk protein is higher quality and contains all the vitamins egg yolks have along with unlisted shit like K2.

    You need something to chew, I dunno just get what's on sale, but the milk will let you hit your bodybuilding needs.

  12. 2 months ago

    80/20 ground beef - a few 3lbs packs depending how cheap, sometimes its under $10
    flank steak - 2lb sometimes on sale great for fajitas, stirfry
    frozen tilapa - cheap ez protein
    chicken thighs - good for grilling, tasty when made properly
    milk - for shakes or what have you
    flour - pancakes, home made seed oil free bread, tortillas or whatever
    oatmeal - breakfast, sometimes grind it with krups coffee grinder for a myriad of purposes
    green bell peppers - stirfry or fajitas
    onions - stirfry, fajitas or multitude of uses
    carrots - stirfry ingredient mostly, i buy 1 or 2 for like .79 cents kek
    usually my grocery list under $100 and it lasts me for a couple weeks.

  13. 2 months ago

    For me it's the McChicken.

  14. 2 months ago

    Olive oil is the absolute GOAT bulking food and it's not even close. You could fill your daily calorie requirements for 3 bucks, it can be added to any dish and is healthy as fuck.

  15. 2 months ago

    Sam’s Club membership, then get the big 10LB tubes of 80/20 ground beef and get potatoes. Get whole milk and make chocolate milkshakes with bananas and nesquick

  16. 2 months ago

    ground beef, buy the 10lb tube, cut into 20 parts and have 20 meals of 1/2lb beef
    rice its your bestie
    frozen veggies like corn and peas and shit. the bigger the bag the cheaper per oz it will be.
    the mixed veg with beans and brocolie is hella good eating with a little butter and pepper...fry that shit up with the gorund beef pour over rice....fucking eating pretty good man.

    eggs if the egg market comes back ( ie we stop killing our own industry....good luck with that)

    vist your mom and dad more.
    find a cute girl that likes having you over......eat her food, have oral sex......save real sex for marriage...
    anyhow....ground beef
    frozen shit

  17. 2 months ago

    I suggest buying bulk and meal prepping. Beans are easily one of the best types of food, cheap, calorie dense, low fat and high in protein and fiber. Making large quantities of chili is how I got through university on a small budget. Grounded beef is cheap as fuck as long as it’s pork, however when making chili its good not to only use pork but also toss in some chicken and ground beef. Multivitamins are not a meme when you’re on a budget, fresh fruit and veggies can be expensive. Milk is cheap and relatively healthy, however a gallon of milk a day is a little retarded and will probably give you liquid shit. I still buy mixed nuts in bulk, which are a little more expensive but very calorie dense and high in protein and fiber. If you can’t afford those, go for peanut butter sandwiches, those are almost the same in macros (depending on the quality of your bread). Keep track of what you eat and calculate how many calories a dollar/euro gets you. Good luck!

  18. 2 months ago

    I make good money and meal prep my lunch and dinner Monday-Friday and probably spend less than 300 a month on groceries. Especially if you buy most of your ingredients in bulk. I use Josh Cortis’s YouTube channel for my meal prep ideas too. That’s plenty of money bro.

  19. 2 months ago

    Canned deens and mackerel. Eggs. Butter. Olive oil. Potatoes. Frozen cheap beef, cook it and then boil it, cheapest meat will be soft. Liver if you can stomach it, super cheap, and so nutritional. Frozen cruciferous veggies, i.e broccoli. 1kg of white rice for like a dollar.

    Will probably keep you more healthy than the 99% of slop slaves.

    Thanking God daily.

  20. 2 months ago

    Syrian coworker told me in his country poor people eat beans mixed with lemon juice olive oil and salt it’s dirt cheap and nutritious

  21. 2 months ago

    Eggs, quark, rice, beans, carrots, deenz, cabbage. This will keep you alive and relatively healthy.

  22. 2 months ago

    Is 300$ not much? You can get like
    20 lbs of chicken, tons of rice and vegetables and milk

  23. 2 months ago

    >tomato sauce
    >water, tea
    >if everything fails, spaghetti-o's

  24. 2 months ago

    canned mackerel / deenz

  25. 2 months ago

    you won't survive on only 300$
    steak costs like 30 bucks per kg and you need at least 600g per day

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