|Quoting PlymSpotter (Reply 1):|
Probably about £150 between two of us
|Quoting BCAL (Reply 10):|
That would work out to £1.67 per meal per day. How do you achieve that? Make a pack of sausages last 5 days? Wash up in the bath which you share with your other half? Re-use tea bags three or four times?
|Quoting ME AVN FAN (Reply 13):|
I try to keep it at below US$ 300 per month, which is rather difficult in view of prices in Switzerland, so that it rather is some US$ 400 to 500 realistically
|Quoting KiwiRob (Reply 14):|
How many people in your house, I'd love to be a ble to shop for 500USD per month. After the mortgage food is our biggest..
|Quoting KiwiRob (Reply 16):|
So ME AVN FAN it's just you, you don't have to feed anyone else, no wife or children to support.
|Quoting Rabenschlag (Reply 2):|
Mr. Rabenschlag's taste buds are allergic to cheap wines
|Quoting Fxramper (Reply 23):|
I work in the salt
mines so I'm not home often, but when I am, I shop at Whole Foods or HEB Central Market. The average monthly bill is probably $200-250 US. I cook for myself any occassionaly house guests.
|Quoting 7324ever (Thread starter):|
...eating out at a diner or restaurant.
|Quoting KiwiRob (Reply 11):|
what really bums me out about the cost of food in Norway is that the quality of the meat and vegetables is crap, in NZ you wouldn't feed your dog the kind of meat you get here and the vegetables would be pig food.
I blame the state of food in Norway on govt protection of local producers and ignorance on the behalf of the Norwegian consumer, they just don't know any better. Any Norwegian living within 15 minutes of the Swedish border will do all their gorcery shopping there, where the food is higher quality with more choice and significantly cheaper prices.
|Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 28):|
You realize, that is not very good for you....
|Quoting 7324ever (Reply 33):|
A lot of times I have to go out to lunch and meet with clients or to go over stuff with my secretary, to be honest I spend about 3-500 in restaurants witch is really bad Sad
|Quoting Golfradio (Reply 32):|
Saves me $20/week.
|Quoting Golfradio (Reply 32):|
I also quit smoking. Saves me $20/week
|Quoting Eric (Reply 29):|
You must be shopping at Rimi or Rema 1000 - if you go to a store like Meny or Ultra, I would argue the quality of the produce beats that of most other countries
|Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 35):|
...AND... you never know what they actually put into your food regardless of the restaurant you go to. Even if you order a salad or something from the so-called 'low carb/low fat', their claims are not even close what is really in the food
|Quoting FLY2HMO (Reply 8):|
$284 in restaurants and $220 in groceries. And im a single guy in a single room apartment.
|Quoting Lincoln (Reply 43):|
Maybe it's because I could stand to gain a little weight (6'1" and 130), but the last thing I care about is what's in the food. I figure I'm going to die sooner or later anyway and I'd rather be happy than spend all my time worrying about what is or isn't in the food.
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