When The Frugal Hostess read this post on Running with Tweezers, she knew she couldn't sit this one out. In addition to being moved by the fact that those on public assistance get only $21 a week for their food, she feels like an exercise in food frugality will be good for her blog and her figure. Also, it will hopefully help FruHo prove to the doubting haters (you know who you are) that you can eat a mostly organic diet without going broke. We shall see.
Stay tuned this week for a run-down on the trials and tribulations of the Eat on $30 Project, or follow along on Twitter using the hashtag #eaton30.
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