How to Make Low Carb Cheaper

How to Make Low-Carb Cheaper

Some low-carb foods are expensive and many people believe low-carb has to be expensive. But that’s not true. You don’t need expensive ingredients. You can eat totally delicious and healthy low-carb meals that are super cheap.

In this new awesome guide you’ll quickly learn how. Because with a little planning and some smart shopping, just look at how much you could save:

How to Make Low Carb Cheaper

4 Comments

  1. gbl
    Yes, your guide is awesome, if you live wherever it is *you* are buying your groceries. Lamb chops here are six times the price of chicken, not as versatile, palatable to children, nor are there likely to be leftovers for salad or soup for the same cost.

    Every housewife ever.

  2. gbl
    I think part of my comment above is missing. While the guide is good it focuses on one culture and misses that most NA'cans will not eat organ meats, and part of the reason for that is they are almost impossible to find, as are real butcher shops, bones that can be purchased--they are actually forbidden to do so in some jurisdictions, and meat that is not sold in plastic and restricted to a few cuts. It takes work, and money, to access these things. Also, knowledge that has died with the loss of personal food knowledge supplanted by 'industry'.
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  3. Apicius
    Gbl....ah...sorry? North Americans shall not feed their kids liver and lamb because NA kids don't like it? Ok...so, the solution is to continue the poor eating habits? Not sure that makes sense. By the way, I was born and raised in NA...ate liver and lamb, loved it as a kid, still love it now. When is the best time to learn how to eat good, whole foods?

    Dr E...great job on this post. Showing people how to be thrifty eating LCHF is great. Your recommendations are quite on point...I follow most of them,too!

  4. Amy
    Great post! Thanks for all the helpful information.

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