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StavrosPro
06-22-2016, 02:56 AM
So here is the thing. I would like to know which are the cheapest sources of protein or carbs or fat and if i could buy them cheaper from the internet and have them delivered intact and relatively fast. I live in Greece and foods here keep getting more and more expensive.

straight4pay
06-22-2016, 03:06 AM
Dried beans, rice, oils

TheEternalCut
06-22-2016, 05:52 AM
Don't know about Greece but here in the UK

Protein - tinned tuna, eggs, whey, lean poultry isn't far behind either
Fat - peanut butter, eggs, tinned sardines
Carbs - probably anything that isn't fruit or vegetables... oats, pasta etc

desslok
06-22-2016, 06:15 AM
Depends on what is cheap in Greece.

vapedup247
06-22-2016, 07:50 AM
Tuna and Beef Jerky

gbullock32
06-22-2016, 08:35 AM
Tuna and Beef JerkyJerky is not cheap, but it is tasty.

Domicron
06-22-2016, 09:27 AM
there's a reason why grain+legumes are popular in just about (if not every) culture: cheap, abundant source of protein and carbs.

PendlayRow8500
06-22-2016, 11:10 AM
Milk, has protein and carbs and fats

GetSomeHate
06-22-2016, 01:13 PM
Ελα αδερφε,

Borned and raised in Greece as well, my grocery list stops at 50 euros/week 3500 calories /day .

Protein : Chicken breasts( you can buy them from Lidl they have em on discounts oftenly) , canned tuna , steak .
(chicken breasts without discount 2.80euros/2 breasts,canned tuna 1.78/can,steak from a local meat provider they are cheap).

Carbs: Rice , pasta , fruits (now rice i buy 1kg basmati for like 2 euros , pasta for less than 1 euro per pack and fruits bananas ,apples,strawberries )

fat : Olive oil ( Aegean diet ) , peanut butter( στον γαλαξια η και λιντλ το εχει 2.50 ευρο 600γρ ) ,FETA CHEESE.( now every greek family has its own olive oil but if you dont just buy the big bottle for 14 euros and it will last for over a month 3-4 tbsp per days )

I also buy Cottage ( you can find milbona in Lidl for 1euro/cup ) ,Milk and frozen veggies and oat bread .

villarreal777
06-23-2016, 09:07 AM
beans, legumes, brown rice. All totally inexpensive and are incredibly important for your diet. IMO