"I laughed from discouragement when I'm reading these articles about "how to spend $50 a week on groceries" when the list the cost of a loaf of bread at $1.79. Or 2lbs of chicken for $7.
One loaf of soy/gluten free sliced bread $8 (this is the budget sized large one from a wholesale store, the size of an average loaf of bread).
One pound of non-arsenic laced feed chicken $5-8.
At my local "cheaper store", wegmans:
Regular pasta 16oz =$0.99
Soy/gluten free pasta 16oz =$3.19
Having dietary restrictions for legitimate food allergies/health issues is very costly..."
This woman does not have celiac or a true soy allergy. And apparently they feed chickens arsenic now (unless they're free-range, organic, and ridiculously expensive)? Not sure how the chickens stay alive long enough to be slaughter-worthy, but ok...
She also complains about having no money (living on disability and other assistance), yet somehow scraped together $xxx for a trendy newborn photo shoot?
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