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From: Robben (108.21.9.41)
Subject:         Re: College Student-Vegetarian
Date: June 12, 2014 at 8:54 pm PST

In Reply to: College Student-Vegetarian posted by Elizabeth Anne on March 8, 2012 at 2:28 pm:

You may try looking into community food services. Some of them may be able to provide you with a source to purchasing vegetables that are inexpensive. I can relate to your concern. I felt bad because my new vegetarian diet wasn't saving me any money. Recently I have found one community vegetable co-op, and one fruit and vegetable market that has given me the opportunity to stay on my diet and still save money. The trick is in developing vegetarian diets either from your own kitchen or by what you can learn from others. If you can buy ingredients that can last you probably will be able to save money on vegetables by searching and researching within your community. The point is you are making a start. I think every vegetarian knows full well the days they are or were left to eating rice and beans. That may not be a bad place to start for a beginner, and then see what your budget may allow.

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