If you’re a vegan or vegetarian, then there’s a good chance you’ll be able to make some food for your family for as little as $1.50 per serving, according to a study from the Harvard School of Public Health.
This could be good for those who live in an environment that is very limited, such as a one-bedroom apartment or a one and a half bedroom condo.
And if you live in the U.S., you can make this kind of food for as much as you like for $3.49 per serving.
“There are many, many ways to eat healthy food,” said Stephanie Zuber, a professor of public health at Harvard and a food scientist who co-authored the study.
“But this is a simple, inexpensive, delicious, and healthy way to eat.”
The Harvard researchers used the Food Empowerment Index (FEI) to track the cost of buying a portion of a wide range of foods, from bread to vegetables to meat.
The index includes ingredients like meat, dairy, eggs, and fats, and it tracks how much people spent on the ingredients.
In general, people in poorer households spend more on the foods they consume, while people in higher-income households spend less.
The researchers also tracked the percentage of the food purchased that came from the food stamp program, which is part of the U