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A student at Reed College, Savannah Naffziger is a Culinate intern. For more of Savannah’s musings, check out her food blog.

Do’s and don’ts for eating well on a budget

A foodie disguised as a college student shares ideas

August 6, 2008

I recently saw a magazine tabloid promoting an article titled, “Woman feeds family of five on $10 a week. Find out how!”

I am not that woman. I will probably never be that woman; I have neither the ability nor the desire to eat on $10 a week.

But in my life as a foodie disguised as a college student, I’ve learned a few lessons about shopping and eating on a budget. Know how to spend your money. A small budget doesn’t go far, but there are ways to make it go farther.

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