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If you have the resources and space, plant your own garden. This was my first time with gardening so I planted tomatoes in 5 gallon buckets so as not to tear up the yard and try out my green thumb You can find out how to do this from pinterest or the internet in general. That might sound like more work, but not really! This method works for me! My contribution: Sunday is our unwinding, keep it easy day.

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Every week Sunday dinner is a frittata-- any straggling of "to little to eat, too much to dump" leftovers frittata. Simple and never boring because it is different every week. I save my bones for bone broth--but I also save all vegetables "ends" and peelings and toss them in too.

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In the end it all gets strained. I freeze vegetable ends until I have enough for broth. It has never gone bad. It can be frozen in ice cubes trays or freeze dollops of whipped cream on a cookie sheet and then transfer to a zip lock bag. If I have a bunch left over I make the best yogurt ever--instructions on line--it is not as hard as you think.

I live in California so I have a year round garden. When I buy produce it is almost never at a farmer's market because the prices are inflated because it is so trendy. I buy local produce on the cheap at my regular grocery store. Have you guys checked out aldi, s fat free cottage cheese , 69pence a tub , that and a small jacket potatoe is what I have everyday for lunch , don't think you can beat they for value , I vary it slightly with thinly sliced onion , or two vine tomatoes , top tip though , get there early , cos by late morning All the fat free ones are gone.

Good hunting. Just a heads up that would not be a meal with ketogenic macros. Keto is very low carb, moderate protein and high fat.

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Fat free dairy and potatoes aren't a good choice. You can read more about what to eat on keto at this link. Leave a reply Cancel reply Reply to comment 0 by Comment. Name required. Email not shown required. Low carb and keto on a budget By Dr. Eggs are always a great choice for breakfast but especially when on a budget.

If you want an egg-free alternative, we suggest cheese roll-ups och why not a cup of coffee with full-fat cream in it? Classic bacon and eggs. Keto frittata with fresh spinach. Keto mushroom omelet. Boiled eggs with mayonnaise. Keto western omelet. Low-carb cauliflower hash browns. Low-carb baked eggs.

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Scrambled eggs. Fried eggs. Keto mushroom and cheese frittata.

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Keto cheese omelet. Egg butter. Coffee with cream. Keto cheese roll-ups. Keto mackerel and egg plate. Keeping meals simple helps staying on budget. How about tuna casserole , chicken wings or hamburger gratin? These dishes also make for great lunch boxes which can save you a lot of money compared to eating out. Chorizo with creamed green cabbage.

Low-carb eggplant pizza. Salad in a jar. Broccoli and cauliflower gratin with sausage. Oven-baked paprika chicken with rutabaga. Creamy low-carb broccoli and leek soup. Low-carb cauliflower cheese. Low-carb cabbage casserole. Keto oven-baked chicken in garlic butter. Keto Brussels sprouts and hamburger gratin. Keto chicken wings with creamy broccoli. Stuffed peppers with ground beef and cheese. Keto fried cabbage with crispy bacon. Keto tuna plate. Keto tuna casserole. Keto chicken and cabbage plate. When in season you can find fresh produce like cabbage , green beans , broccoli and zucchinis for next to nothing.

The rest of the year we suggest saving money by opting for frozen alternatives. Butter-fried green cabbage. Creamed green cabbage. Oven-baked rutabaga wedges. Thai curry cabbage. Roasted cabbage. Butter-fried broccoli. Green beans and avocado. Zucchini salad. A ketogenic diet for beginners. Ketogenic diet foods — what to eat.

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Grow some of your own vegetables. Reply: 3. Living on a tight budget and recently diagnosed type 2 myself. My best budget friendly advice is to buy in bulk and shop sales. Reply to comment 1 by Lori Miller. I'm not sure if this is considered a "tip", but if you think about it I enjoyed all the tips, they are great ideas! Another idea that lowers food bills while eating LCHF is to also do intermittent fasting. If you just eat one or two meals a day, getting rid of snacks, both your body and your wallet will thank you.

Meal planning has been a huge budget saver for us. Planning the meals for the week and sticking to it saves time and money. Otherwise, eating out the garden fruit, veg, and eggs like others have said is huge and so is visiting the local farmer's market. I've thought about purchasing a share in a CSA but we grow so much food in our garden that it wouldn't pay off for us, but if you don't have the space for a garden--a CSA would be a fantastic opportunity.

Reduce food waste. Monitor leftovers and produce so that you really eat what you've paid for. Keep an organized refrigerator and freezer so you can see what you have.

Consider buying smaller quantities of food that you cannot freeze. When the fridge fills, make soup! Dessiccated, shredded, flaked- low carb, high fat and it adds a great deal of bulk to many recipes for next to no cost! I add it to mixes such as chia puddings and rissoles and also use it as a base for fat bombs.

It is a more recent addition to my kitchen staples but I don't know what I did without it- is so useful, and cost wise, you can't lose! It should be "your". I visit the local meat market and buy a whole ham joint, cut it in half then cook and freeze each bit and prepare eggs each night and make myself and my partner a dinner for each day of the week while iam in work.

It's a really satisfying meal and when you add chorizo, Tabasco sauce and mayonnaise it's really tasty and probably costs for a week for two of us the same as someone in work spends in just two days for just one person! If you have a nice meal the night before take it for dinner or freeze it for another time, for some reason all meals on this website taste better the next day! Following various bits of advice on the nutritional value of organ meat, we decided to try Ox Liver - Simple recipe of ox liver, onions, streaky bacon and desicated coconut fried in butter.

Planning and meal prep is a must for the budget. Comparrison shop. Most stores these days will price match. Especially walmart. Can't beat the prices, their name products are just as good if not better. Good veggie and cheese prices. They have cut my food bill in half! You can sign up for their emails. Most stores these days have a website and you can sign up for the sale ads. I don't have much luck with food coupons but it sure helps with the rest of the cleaning and laundry supplies, animal food. I make one chicken last for several meals: first, roast with vegies and gravy, then I strip off most of the rest of the meat and use that for a salad or laksa with coconut milk and zucchini noodles.

Finally, I make a stock with the skin and bones, pick off the last of the meat and make 3 litres of thick chicken and vegetable soup for my husband to take to work every day instead of junk food. I always cook more than I need for the meal and freeze the remainder, and I make large batches of versatile stuff like ratatouille, freezing half to use later. Aldi's veggies now are all organic Replies: 22 , This article is both wonderful and practical--I consider myself the ultimate frugal grocery shopper and I picked up tips here-- even better was I picked up more tips reading the comments.

I also buy the specialty holiday meats after the holiday. Again great article-- thanks DD. A great money saving tip is to make a menu for the week and shop for it. Keep reading below for some delish low carb lunch ideas and low carb dinner recipes that are super fun and easy to incorporate into your weekly meal prep routine! Egg Muffins via Cullinary Hill. Both were delicious and my Husband enjoyed also.

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