$20 on fast food garbage..NOPE, $20 of REAL FOOD
I value my health, and body, so I spend money on my health and body. I heard a recent stat that the average american spends 4% to 9.8% of income on food. The majority of countries in the world rival that with as much as 70% of income being spent on food. Quite a disparity, and very likely relates to the fact that most americans are fat as sh#t and eating cheap garbage. So instead of buying what would equate to 3 value meals at McDonalds, I bought some goods that will actually contribute to my health and well-being. Again, I value my health and my body, and my actions, such as buying REAL food reflect my values. FOOD MAKES ME HAPPY!
Raw Milk- commercial milk is absolute junk in my opinion. This stuff is a bit expensive, but worth every penny.
Corn- corn on the cob with cayenne, salt, and coconut oil is the real deal
Cucumber-not a huge fan of cucumber, but i’ll slice it up on a salad, or make tzatziki
Kale- eat your greens!
Broccoli- for omelets
Radish (first time i’ve bought one… cooked it with a whole chicken.. pretty rad!)
Red Potatoes (baked, salted, and covered in coconut oil….. yeah, pretty serious)