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    Grocery BIll Breakdown

    How much do you spend per week on average on the following and what are your most frequent food purchases for each category

    1. Meats/seafood
    2. Dairy/eggs
    3. Starchy Carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta, oats, bread)
    4. Veggies
    5. Fruit
    6. Nuts/nut butters, oils,
    7. Cereals, granola/breakfast bars, protein bars
    8. Snacks/drinks- Ice cream, desserts, cookies, poptarts, soda, juices (not fruit juice), sports/energy drinks
    9. Eating out/take out/prepared meals
    10. Whey/supps
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    1. Meats/seafood (10lbs Chicken, 5lbs Beef) 30$
    2. Dairy/eggs - 54 or so eggs, Large Tub of Greek Yogurt/NonFat Yogurt (15$), LowFat Cheese (5$)
    3. Starchy Carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta, oats, bread) - 10lb Bag of Potatoes, 5lb Sweet, 2lbs Pasta/Rice (10$) Kaiser Rolls (5$)
    4. Veggies - 4-5$ (Broccoli/Lettuce/Tomato/onion/peppers)
    5. Fruit - 3-4$ (Berries,Apples,Bananas)
    6. Nuts/nut butters, oils, - One jar every 2-3 weeks (Low fat diet) (4-5$)
    7. Cereals, granola/breakfast bars, protein bars - 2$ for a box of Cereal
    8. Snacks/drinks- Ice cream, desserts, cookies, poptarts, soda, juices (not fruit juice), sports/energy drinks - 3-4$ for Ice Cream a week, 3-4$ for Powerade Zero
    9. Eating out/take out/prepared meals - I rarely eat out ever.
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    1. Meats/seafood $30
    2. Dairy/eggs $10
    3. Starchy Carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta, oats, bread) $10
    4. Veggies $10
    5. Fruit $0
    6. Nuts/nut butters, oils, $0
    7. Cereals, granola/breakfast bars, protein bars $0
    8. Snacks/drinks- Ice cream, desserts, cookies, poptarts, soda, juices (not fruit juice), sports/energy drinks $50
    9. Eating out/take out/prepared meals ~$30-50
    10. Whey/supps $0
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    1. Meats/seafood$20 10lbs of Chicken Breast
    2. Dairy/eggs$5 1 dozen eggs and Lactose Free Milk
    3. Starchy Carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta, oats, bread)$5 Brown Rice
    4. Veggies$3/$4 Broccoli, tomato, onions
    5. Fruit$5 Apples are $5 Bananas are $2 I switch back and forth for the week
    6. Nuts/nut butters, oils, $7 2 Jars a week
    7. Cereals, granola/breakfast bars, protein bars $5 Big bag of Malto Meal Cereal of Choice
    8. Snacks/drinks- Ice cream, desserts, cookies, poptarts, soda, juices (not fruit juice), sports/energy drinks $3 a box of poptarts a week
    9. Eating out/take out/prepared meals$0 i do not eat out
    10. Whey/supps $0 only vitamins cept when i run out then i stock up ...thats usually around $50 every 4/5months
    11. Alcohol - about 20 bucks a week going to the pub/bar
    Is wine not an essential macro?

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    1. Meats/seafood0$
    2. Dairy/eggs40$-60$
    3. Starchy Carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta, oats, bread)5-10$
    4. Veggies0$
    5. Fruit 5$-10$
    6. Nuts/nut butters, oils, 0$
    7. Cereals, granola/breakfast bars, protein bars0$
    8. Snacks/drinks- Ice cream, desserts, cookies, poptarts, soda, juices (not fruit juice), sports/energy drinks 20$-30$ (chocolate bar and a coffee or energy drink every day
    9. Eating out/take out/prepared meals30$-40$
    10. Whey/supp0$
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    1. Meats/seafood $5
    2. Dairy/eggs $4
    3. Starchy Carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta, oats, bread) $0
    4. Veggies $5
    5. Fruit $3
    6. Nuts/nut butters, oils, $0
    7. Cereals, granola/breakfast bars, protein bars $0
    8. Snacks/drinks- Ice cream, desserts, cookies, poptarts, soda, juices (not fruit juice), sports/energy drinks $5 (Pop)
    9. Eating out/take out/prepared meals $120+
    10. Whey/supps $6
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    Spent $117 last night for about a week (feeding 2 + 2 dogs). The bulk of it was meat.

    1. Meats/seafood $40
    2. Dairy/eggs $5-10
    3. Starchy Carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta, oats, bread) $20-30 Lots of potatos, rice and hamburger helper in my house. Also grilled cheese w/bacon frequently.
    4. Veggies $5-10 Corn is pretty much the only veggie I eat other than carrots, tomato and spinach salads.
    5. Fruit $15-20
    6. Nuts/nut butters, oils, $5 2 gallon container of olive oil lasts about a month or more though. Also eat a lot cream cheese (dairy?).
    7. Cereals, granola/breakfast bars, protein bars $5-10 (cereal)
    8. Snacks/drinks- Ice cream, desserts, cookies, poptarts, soda, juices (not fruit juice), sports/energy drinks $2-4 (diet coke for my booze).
    9. Eating out/take out/prepared meals $20
    10. Whey/supps $0000
    11. Dog Food $20 20lb bag of purina beneful weight control for my fat ass dogs.
    12. Alcohol $22 A handle of captains usually gets polished every weekend.
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    Originally Posted by determined4000 View Post
    How much do you spend per week on average on the following and what are your most frequent food purchases for each category

    1. Meats/seafood --- $60
    2. Dairy/eggs ---- $16 ( a lot of this is fat free aerosol whipped cream :/)
    3. Starchy Carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta, oats, bread) ------ $3 5lbs Tatoes and oats
    4. Veggies -$25
    5. Fruit - $3-4
    6. Nuts/nut butters, oils, ----$0
    7. Cereals, granola/breakfast bars, protein bars ----$11 half a box of quest bars a week
    8. Snacks/drinks- Ice cream, desserts, cookies, poptarts, soda, juices (not fruit juice), sports/energy drinks ---$5
    9. Eating out/take out/prepared meals --- $100 (date night 1x per week)
    10. Whey/supps --- $5ish

    Not too bad, considering I have a nice steak everynignt
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    Well, I don't go grocery shopping every week, more like every 2-3 weeks, but here's the (rounded) breakdown of my last trip:

    1. Meats/seafood $14
    2. Dairy/eggs $6
    3. Starchy Carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta, oats, bread) $7
    4. Veggies $20 (fresh broccoli and canned green beans are cheap; packaged spinach...notsomuch)
    5. Fruit $1
    6. Nuts/nut butters, oils, $0
    7. Cereals, granola/breakfast bars, protein bars $0
    8. Snacks/drinks $0
    9. Eating out/take out/prepared meals ~$6-10
    10. Whey/supps $0
    11. Alcohol $10 ($1 drink nights are da best)
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    I spend about $70 a week, 3 pounds of meat, 2 dozen eggs, 2 pounds of oats, lunch meat, bread, greek yogurt, frozen veggies, frozen pizzas and what not for days I don't feel like cooking.

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    Listed dollars and items are on the weekly. I buy other things less often.

    1. Meats/seafood $20 (chicken & veggie burgers)
    2. Dairy/eggs $15 (cheese)
    3. Starchy Carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta, oats, bread) $5 (oats & beans)
    4. Veggies $5 (variety of frozen)
    5. Fruit $10 (mixed frozen)
    6. Nuts/nut butters, oils, $15 (roasted almonds & peanut butter)
    7. Cereals, granola/breakfast bars, protein bars $5 (dry cereal)
    8. Snacks/drinks- Ice cream, desserts, cookies, poptarts, soda, juices (not fruit juice), sports/energy drinks $10 (Mostly bagged/loose tea)
    9. Eating out/take out/prepared meals $45 (deli for lunch & Mexican on margarita night)
    10. Whey/supps $0
    11. Alcohol $6 (weekly margarita night)
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    1. Meats/seafood - Pork/chicken - $10 bucks for 5 pounds of either, lasts me about a week
    2. Dairy/eggs - 4 tubs of greek yogurt (4 servs each) at $4 bucks each, hit half a tub a day
    3. Starchy Carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta, oats, bread) - sack of potatoes, lasts about 2 weeks, costs about $5
    4. Veggies - green beans/spinach -$2
    5. Fruit - bag of apples - $3
    6. Nuts/nut butters, oils, - EVOO - 1 bottle per semester lol
    7. Cereals, granola/breakfast bars, protein bars - 2 boxes of cereal per week, $7
    8. Snacks/drinks- Ice cream, desserts, cookies, poptarts, soda, juices (not fruit juice), sports/energy drinks - powerade zero - $7 - some kind of cookie for junk bowls - $5 - ice cream - $11
    9. Eating out/take out/prepared meals - mabye $10-20 a week
    10. Whey/supps - buy in bulk, so not much

    comes out to like $70-80 a week, usually a little cheaper

    lol if we add in alcohol, usually 2 cases of beer/week and a handle of liquor, so like $45-50 plus bar tabs so id say $75 a week on big weeks
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    Alcohol $10 ($1 drink nights are da best)
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    Originally Posted by determined4000 View Post
    How much do you spend per week on average on the following and what are your most frequent food purchases for each category

    1. Meats/seafood ($10) - chicken, steak, guilthead sea bream
    2. Dairy/eggs ($50) - greek yoghurt(f.a.g.e), milk, eggs
    3. Starchy Carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta, oats, bread) ($10) -bread, potatoes
    4. Veggies ($20) - broccoli, tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, cabbage
    5. Fruit ($10) - bananas, apples
    6. Nuts/nut butters, oils, ($5) - pb, olive oil
    7. Cereals, granola/breakfast bars, protein bars ($5) - Any cereal I crave that moment
    8. Snacks/drinks- Ice cream, desserts, cookies, poptarts, soda, juices (not fruit juice), sports/energy drinks ($30) - icecream, diet soda, monster energy drink
    9. Eating out/take out/prepared meals ($20) - pizza, mexican
    10. Whey/supps(0)
    ~$160

    edit: damn that's too much. Never realized it was that much
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    1. Meats/seafood-$40, chicken and beef
    2. Dairy/eggs-$20, son's organic milk, eggs
    3. Starchy Carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta, oats, bread)-$15, pasta,rice,potatoes
    4. Fruit/Veggies-$20, apples/bananas
    6. Nuts/nut butters, oils, -$0
    7. Cereals, granola/breakfast bars, protein bars-$0
    8. Snacks/drinks- Ice cream, desserts, cookies, poptarts, soda, juices (not fruit juice), sports/energy drinks-$10, ice cream
    9. Eating out/take out/prepared meals-$0
    10. Whey/supps-$10, buy whey tub once a month

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    1. Meats/seafood $50-70
    2. Dairy/eggs $5-10
    3. Starchy Carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta, oats, bread) $5-10
    4. Veggies $5-10
    5. Fruit $2-5
    6. Nuts/nut butters, oils, $0
    7. Cereals, granola/breakfast bars, protein bars $0-2
    8. Snacks/drinks- Ice cream, desserts, cookies, poptarts, soda, juices (not fruit juice), sports/energy drinks $5-10
    9. Eating out/take out/prepared meals N/A as I don't do this every week but sometimes several days in a row with my wife
    10. Whey/supps $0

    If bodybuilding goals could be ideally achieved with certainty on relatively low protein it would shave my grocery bill in half at least.
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    in for later, lets see how much it goes. Probably no where near you guys since food here is a lot cheaper.
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    in for later, lets see how much it goes. Probably no where near you guys since food here is a lot cheaper.
    Fruit, veggies and carbs are very cheap in the UK... but meat is absurd. $1.99 a lbs for chicken breast fillets is pretty common in the US. You can sometimes even get sirloin on sale for that same price range. You won't see that in the UK. If bodybuilding could be done easily on sub 100g of protein a day, my grocery bill would be pennies. Carbs all day baby.
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    I don't even keep track.. hard to do with kids

    Meat: chicken & shrimp
    Veggies: Green beans, carrots, lettuce & potatoes (frozen veggies for stir-fry)
    Fruit: Pineapple & grapes
    Else: Poptarts, pasta, rice, bread, yogurt & cheese, bottled water & various sauces


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    Fruit comes from the creek banks
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    Originally Posted by PhiSig2298 View Post

    Beef comes from the pasture
    Eggs come from the neighbor
    Most veggies from the garden
    Fruit comes from the creek banks
    Mad jelly, and inspired to start farming...

    As for me groceries range from $110 to $140, usually closer to the lower end. Starting to buy more pork and less chicken breasts to lower costs and buying reg yogurt instead of greek for similar reasons.
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    I buy bi-weekly ish, and rotate foods somewhat
    I also eat only certain foods while i'm in class

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    1. Meats/seafood $30-50 Bi-Weekly
    2. Dairy/eggs - 2x12~$5
    3. Starchy Carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta, oats, bread) - $0
    4. Veggies - $0
    5. Fruit - $0
    6. Nuts/nut butters, oils, -$3-4 (bi-weekly rotation treat)
    7. Cereals, granola/breakfast bars, protein bars - $3-4 (Bi-weekly Rotation Treat)

    8. Snacks/drinks- Ice cream, desserts, cookies, poptarts, soda, juices (not fruit juice), sports/energy drinks - $0
    9. Eating out/take out/prepared meals - $0
    10. Whey/supps - $44 Bi-Weekly

    In total around $140-160 /Month.
    I buy carrots , celery, grounded flaxseeds and brocolli(everynow and then) but its so negligble in cost
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    Im sure I rack up about $80-$100 on myself a week:

    7 Servings Greek Yogurt ($7)
    7 Single Bags of SPinach ($14)
    14 Scoops Whey ($10)
    7 Bananas ($10)
    1-2 Bags Frozen Berries (~$8)
    Bag of Carrots ($5)
    White Rice ($3)
    ALmond/Peanut Butter ($3)
    Meats (~$10 worth a week)
    Cereal (~$5 worth)

    That's just top of head, too... I also eat random crap that I add onto my bill here and there to get more cals in.
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    Originally Posted by PhiSig2298 View Post
    I don't even keep track.. hard to do with kids

    Meat: chicken & shrimp
    Veggies: Green beans, carrots, lettuce & potatoes (frozen veggies for stir-fry)
    Fruit: Pineapple & grapes
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    How much do you spend per week on average on the following and what are your most frequent food purchases for each category

    1. Meats/seafood $96.6, mainly grass fed beef tenderloin, some top sirloin and salmon, misc seafood.
    2. Dairy/eggs $21.7, organic chocolate milk, sheep greek yogurt, and free range eggs
    3. Starchy Carbs (potatoes, rice, pasta, oats, bread) $3.48, white rice
    4. Veggies $5, all organic, cucumbers, spinach, tomatoes, carrots, lemons, onions
    5. Fruit $6.5, tons of avocados and some apples.
    6. Nuts/nut butters, oils, $3, almonds, i use EVOO, coconut oil and ghee to cook but how the hell im gonna count that weekly lol
    7. Cereals, granola/breakfast bars, protein bars $0
    8. Snacks/drinks- Ice cream, desserts, cookies, poptarts, soda, juices (not fruit juice), sports/energy drinks $0
    9. Eating out/take out/prepared meals $0
    10. Whey/supps $0
    Total: $136.28

    Thats almost all i eat in 1 week
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