This is a sallary in Romania hehe
i eat egg and bread 10 euro a week
No. you can have a fridge full of fresh veggies and fruit for 10$ a week from farmer markets
only because I eat at restaurants 5+ times a week
yep, 1 grocery shop for my family every week is now around $150. only a couple of years ago i never spent over $100
around 60euro/week but it was around 40euro/week one year ago
used to be 50e for a whole month, yes bosnia was that cheap
now it's more like 100e
super easy for me in Canada to spend 400$ a month, if I buy food just for lunches at work it costs me about 100$ a week. once I buy dinner stuff it starts costing me a fortune, luckily for me I do most of my eating at work and don't need dinner everyday.
I mostly eat vegetarian food nowadays just because meat is so expensive. There has been a significant price increase during the last year.
Energy is more costly, so production, transportation and storage costs are up which then means everything gets more expensive. It's called inflation. Sucks, but that is life currently.
Things will get better when, but it will take a while so if your budget doesn't balance best find places to cut back.
From 100 around 200 just can't save up buying cheaper all went up doesn't matter what u pick
I earn around 10 times more than average human in my country so I dont really count.
If I need smth, I just buy it but some things are overpriced as fk like oil, butter, sugar, chicken + stuff like gas, fuel and f-ing taxes to pay for my employees. Honestly my government is at the same level as Valve, which is trash.
Better eat those crickets boi.
i spend around 300 nzd a week on food in NZ
1200 nzd a month = 700 euros
Do you rage against the machine?
Become a vegetarian, soo much cheaper rn.
You can always switch back if things gets better.
i spend around 5 euros on food. paretns pay
at least you're not hungry bro my earnings are not enough for an average mens nutrition, this is except all the bills too. turkey so bad i can't buy gt1030
Easily 500eur+ a month for a couple years now
70-80 euro=1300-1500₺ rice+chicken+some cheatmealS
As a single household that's quite a lot. Do you often go to restaurants?
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I spend around 100€ a month )
I have heard that in the west, people eat donuts for breakfast, visit Starbucks for morning coffee, McDonald's for lunch, etc. I mean, if you make your coffee at home and cook lunch and dinner yourself, it can be affordable.
Most likely cuz you dont cook much
Tbf 300 a month is only $10 a day. It's hard to buy much food for <$10 unless they're dehydrated cereals and grains and shit. A small cut of meat would cost about half that, and that's still only one portion of one meal of one day.
My target is $3 per meal but no matter how I crunch the economy, even if I use only the cheapest available vegetables, (basically just going by what's on sale), and I don't eat meat, it's still a very hard target to hit.
I make a giant salad for about $20. Tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, chickpeas, about 4kg of ingredients. I have to make it last for at least 3 days and I'll still be spending $200/mo just making that salad, not minding other grocery stuff.
Local prices are just shitty. You may be the same. It's not uncommon for our tomatoes to be $3/lb, peppers $4/lb, head of cauliflower $5, cucumbers $2, iceberg lettuce $3, grapes $4/lb, oranges $2/lb, bananas $1/lb. Grocery shopping is pretty un-fun, or maybe I'm just petty. Not sure which.
300-400 a month, 2 people in the house. i eat a lot (105kg), trying to get cheap proteins and eat kinda healthy. but i laso buy shit like diet coke that i dont need
food prices are absurd rn, skyhigh af
i spend like 350 euro on food per month my income is between 1.8k and 3k ( im studio producer / audio guy in live events so it depends )
The company i work for pays for my house and all my expenses ( water, gas, electricity, internet )
i would spend like 250 a year ago but yea prices are so fucking dumb nowadays
my diet is based on rice, pasta, meat and vegetables ( mainly lettuce and tomato, sometimes potatoes)
i live in portugal btw
edit: not 250 a year, but 250 per month
2nd edit: montlhy income may vastly increase depending on studio times / royalties per track
Around 400 euros for me aswell (including alcohol occasionally and e-cigs), but im living alone + eating at a cafeteria at work thats like 5 euros per meal, and apart from that im cooking most of the meals.
I spend more than 1000 euro - 800 for the everyday food delivery with certain amount of calories to reach sport goals + like at least 300-400 for restaurants and coffee
We are a family of 4 (2 small kids) and we easily spend like 1500-1700 euro a month on food. We did spend a lot before the prices went up as well. I like to cook so I don't really mind to spend money on food.
Been expensive for years, tough titties, make more money lol
400 was always the minimum for me it didnt grow at all
Depends on where you are shopping...
I can spend anywhere from 100-200 quid depending on what I'm purchasing.