Here it is, since a lot of people didn't seem to believe you could get a lot of shit for cheap.
Dozen Eggs: 1.50
Large jar of Mayo: 2.59
Large thing of Ketchup: 0.88
Large box of Tea: 2.99
Bag of Tortilla Chips ( not needed really, but got a 2nd one free with coupon ): 1.98
3 packages of spaghetti noodles: 0.91
Box of 12 mini waters ( for my lunch ): 1.67
Brick of cheese: 6.28 ( Healthier than that processed shit )
Pk Ribeye Roast ( not needed, but wanted stew ): 4.95
Pk Shoulder roast steaks: 4.58
3 lbs of 73% Lean hamburger meat: 7.54
10 lbs of Potatoes: 2.98
Gallon of Whole Milk: 2.68
2.55 lbs of Green Pears: 1.96
3 Cloves of Garlic: 1.00
4.63 lbs of tomatoes: 3.43
2.48 lbs of broccoli: 2.18
1.71 lbs of Black Seedless Grapes: 1.15
3.88 lbs Bananas: 1.86
Head of Lettuce: 1.18
0.87 lbs of Jalapeno's: 0.59
3 Navel Oranges: 1.00
2.50 lbs of red apples: 2.93
Pack of Pullups ( needs to be subtracted since it's outside of the food expense ): 6.27
Subtract the 6.27 for pullups, the 1.98 for the chips, and the 4.95 for the roast?
And it's 52.37, two dollars and some change over my weekly limit.
Some of that will only last a week, some of it will carry over into next week, so next weeks food bill will be a bit cheaper. Like we had chicken left in the freezer, so didn't have to get any of that.
And... my cart was full. And all of it nutritional shit. No boxed bullshit preservative dinners or unnecessary junkfood.