A friend sent me this picture in 2013, and boy, does it ring true today in 2021.
To test this for myself, I went to the grocery store and bought just $20.00 worth of quality food. I stopped at the $20 mark, and yep, I had less than 3 items in my cart.
Heck, I could have carried them in my hands.
It makes me wonder why the USDA is paying farmers expanded incentive payments, which pays them extra money for renting their farm fields to them (the USDA), and pays farmers to not farm in order to promote more wildlife habitats.
This doesn’t lower inflation at the grocery stores …
Grow Your Own Veggies
I’m no gardener, but I’m trying.
Even if you live in a condo, you can grow salad veggies on the porch using hydroponics, or by just having a green thumb and some flower pots. Tower Gardens are awesome, too.
Every little bit helps keep the grocery bill down.
You can buy bulk beans and rice and soups, and put them in a crockpot to help stretch out the groceries.
So, Head’s-up shoppers as we continue to pay more for less at the grocery stores.
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