It seems that in our area, organic foods cost more. To have produce as the main staple in all our meals, it would require a lot more money to buy it. So often, it isn’t even easy to locate organic foods.
My question about this, is to wonder if non-organic produce could be as transformative to better health as organic?
How much money is required, per week, on average, to maintain such a raw food diet? (Currently, we eat squashes, rice, beans, other grains, and such . . . all which require cooking and which help fill hunger. These types of plants would not be considered for consumption on a raw-food diet, correct?) Is there information somewhere, about a weekly grocery list? How to get around the expense?
Thank you for giving your time to answer!
– Zelda, USA
- Whether you can still get results on raw if all you ever eat is conventional produce
- My best tips on keep your costs LOW. How to shop for raw vegan foods on a budget.
- My recent produce haul (with video footage) and how much I spent on it.
- How much I roughly spend weekly on fruits and veggies 🙂
How do you keep your costs down when shopping for produce? Does your produce manager have a nickname for you yet?? 😉
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