I am always blown away by frugality and the ability to save money in ways that the rest of us think is impossible. There are families spending $300 a week on groceries and most of it is going towards stuff we shouldn’t be eating. Let me also say that you need to be producing food to reach your peak frugality. That said this article is an in depth look at what’s possible with $300 a month in groceries.
Where this article sets itself apart is the exposure the author gives you to the menus used on this budget. The idea that you can save money and buy X Y and Z is great but what to do with those foods is even more important. What are you spending each week on groceries? Could you survive on $300 a month for groceries?