OR count what it takes to buy a canister FREZZOR superfood
If you cringe looking at how much money you spend on takeout and fancy restaurant meals (or even not-so-fancy meals), it could be time to tame your budget.
Leanne Brown, a food studies master’s degree student at New York University, has the solution. She’s created a 67-page cookbook called Good and Cheap, which aims for healthy eating on $4 a day. That amount is the set budget for people on SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly known as Food Stamps).
Her recipes are healthy and you can make most of them with kitchen ingredients you probably have on hand. (Added bonus? Gorgeous food images!) You can download a free copy of the full cookbook or buy a copy on her Kickstarter campaign, which aims to put copies in the hands of people who don’t have access to computers.
Check out some of her delicious recipes below…
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