Eat Well, Spend Less Series

Is it possible to eat a real food diet, follow your conscience when it comes to animal treatment and being environmentally friendly, and have a single income or otherwise tight budget?

If you ask the  nine ladies of the Eat Well, Spend Less series, the answer is an unequivocal YES. You’ll have to work harder, and you may need to make a compromise here or there, but I do believe it’s possible. Below are the posts at Kitchen Stewardship for this series, and the wrap-ups link to other participating blogs.



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  1. Kylee says

    I was wondering if there were any cookbooks with wholesome ingredients but also budget friendly you could recommend. I have a hard time finding budget friendly and whole foods on the same book. If you have any suggestions that would be great!

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    Katie Kimball @ Kitchen Stewardship Reply:

    You would love Kimi at the Nourishing Gourmet – her soups book, Ladled, is such a great one for sticking to a budget, and every recipe I’ve tried (probably almost a dozen now) has been absolutely delish. On Amazon:

    Stacy Makes Cents is another superb blog for whole foods on a budget, and her ebook cookbook is fantastic as well. I think our families would get along great b/c we love her recipes too, lots of really basic stuff, cumin, chili powder, my fav seasonings! 😉 Here’s that book:

    Life as Mom has a sister website, Good Cheap Eats, and that’s a great place to find good recipes, almost all whole foods. Her real life cookbook is this one: and we’ve tried and enjoyed a few from there too.

    My ebooks aren’t too shabby, either: 😉

    :) Katie

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