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How much do you spend on groceries for the weekend? I don't feel like I spend excessively while I'm shopping but $90 for 3 days' worth of food (just myself) seems high...

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For good stuff, in small enough portions that you aren't wasting anything, that's about right

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What do you get?

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Abt 20 per trip and 1/2 trips per week. Mostly get fruits and vegetables and some easily made meats or fish. Gotta have strawberries every day of the week.

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@EY1 greek yogurt, muesli, frozen berries, various veggies (this weekend it's cabbage, carrot, burdock, green beans, watercress, pea tendrils, scallions, mushrooms), fish (usually salmon or mackerel), brown/wild rice or soba, then some cheese and a $15 bottle of red wine to treat myself. Maybe it's the Whole Foods effect (there's not much else within walking distance)

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HelloFresh is $60/week 🤔

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Seems high to me. I used to spend about $40/week to feed my husband and myself for dinner Sunday through lunch Friday. Friday nights and all Saturday were eaten out

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@D1 Didn't read OP's response until after I replied. Certainly didn't shop at Whole Foods, but it was all raw ingredients - chicken thighs or wings, pork loin / butt, salmon, fresh veggies and fruit. It was combination of buying what was on sale and what we were craving.

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Haha usually I spend less than that for 2 people for a whole week. I mostly shop at Kroger though which is pretty cheap

500 a month easily. And I eat out a lot as well. WF is pretty pricy

I spend $40 a week on HelloFresh

Whole Foods is so over priced - but their strawberries are the most fresh 🍓

I got some kind of intro offer for a month 🤔

@AT1 what all were you buying! That's awesome

$200 per month just for me is plenty

Sounds right if you like to eat well (organic fruits and vegetables, prime meats and fish).

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