Food Budget Reflection

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Have you ever asked yourself how am I going to eat for a full week with only the amount of thirty-five dollars? I thought it was impossible. For the purpose of coming up with a food budget what I did first is count up the total of points I had in class which came up to a total of 93.89 points. In order to find out my financial income what I did was is I multiplied my amount of points by twenty, finally giving me the total of $1877.8. Since we had only been in class for three weeks I then divided my financial income by three overall totaling an amount of $625.93 now this would be my average amount of money I had made per week. Additionally, it was only three weeks I divided, after all I had to identify how much money will I make an average per …show more content…
After all, for lunch I have to learn how to eat the leftovers from yesterday. I will have ½ of the chicken breast, my leftover shredded lettuce, but this time I will add shredded cheese to top the lettuce, I will be drinking water. For the evening meal, I’m making macaroni & cheese I will use a cup of milk, and a slice of cheese, including the powdered cheese. I will use a pot to boil the macaroni, after it is ready I will strain the water and add milk, cheese, and the powder I will stir until it seems like it is ready, I will have …show more content…
Although I still have a few items left. For breakfast, today I will have oatmeal. I barely have any milk left so I will add half water, and half milk. I will also use a spoon of peanut butter to give it a better taste. I still have some lettuce, it doesn’t look as bad, I have 2 pieces of ham, and a slice of cheese I will be making more likely a salad. I slice my ham in squares. My lettuce is already chopped, finally I will shred cheese, and I will finally eat. Today for dinner I’m much hungrier. Seems like the salad didn’t do no good, so I ate dinner earlier than usual seems like I really ran out of options, and I will be having oatmeal with plain water, and ½ the banana I had left after eating the

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