This public art piece is long gone. It was at the corner of 15th and Van Ness for a long time, sitting inside an empty lot.
I learned a lot from just a few weeks of eating on $4 per day. I am more in touch with how much food costs. Even now spending $30 at the grocery store feels decadent.
I have stopped eating on $4 day. I had hoped to go for 30 days and demonstrate the potential of food but…I ended early.
A quick trip to the grocery store (Foods Co.) and I find:
In order to stick to eating on$4 per day, I modified this recipe from my friend Biz. The original recipe calls for maple syrup, which is costly and higher in sugar.
It’s on everyone’s minds. The economy, under-employment, the rising cost of food.
Since I haven’t been posting my diet everyday, I thought I’d compile another list of groceries bought for the second week.
Catching up on last week’s progress. Turns out that the corn–6 ears for $1.oo was not so tasty.
I made some pseudo Kim Chi or rather fermented cabbage. It’s not really a true Kim Chi because it is not made with Chinese or napa cabbage but rather regular green cabbage.
I am not in a food desert by any means. Especially for those whom have little to spend on food.
Turns out last week there was a whole challenge devoted to eating on a meager budget by the San Francisco food bank (and Marin food bank) and I didn’t even know about it!
My first attempt a videolog!