Is there something that list ingredients for meals by "healthy-ness" per price? If not what are the best one?

“Fancy vegetables” aren’t expensive whatsoever. I’m not sure where this myth comes from that healthy food is expensive. It’s expensive at restaurants (you’ll notice even at something like McDonalds that a salad costs way more than a cheeseburger meal), but that’s only because they sell less of them & it’s marketed as a special “lifestyle product”.

Buying the ingredients yourself is dirt cheap. Have you ever shopped for yourself? Just go buy onions, broccoli, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, bell peppers, etc. - All of this stuff is ridiculously cheap. For simple dishes, try simply adding various vegetables to rice & beans with hot sauce. Or adding them to stir fry noodles with soy sauce.

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