$205 Left 21 Days to Go

Here’s the truth.  I don’t know how I used to do $85-$100 a week for poorganic food.  I’m guessing that all my kids have increased their eating by a TON because we are spending this money pretty quick.  I’ve been alternating between vegetarian and meatless dishes and including lots of eggs and bean dishes, but […]

Short and sweet

After that epically boring list yesterday, I am going to cut right to the chase. Today was day four. It is 8:18 PM and everyone in my house is in bed, including my exhausted husband. (Starting school is hard on teachers too.)  So, there is no menu plan happening. Here is your update. I bought […]

The $500 month

Eating poorganically, couponing, and being cheapy-McGreepy are BACK ON, folks. This month I am going to try to return to a more poorganic diet and budget after seriously slacking over the summer. We are going to TRY to feed and diaper and consume all our consumables this month for $500. (eeek!  I’m a little scared.) […]

What is “Poorganic” food?

Probably the number one thing I have had to clarify since making up the word “poorganic” is what it does and DOESN’T mean. In this final Eating Poorganically rerun from August 2011, I explain some of the criteria I use to determine whether or not food is “poorganic.” For the most part, these flexible criteria […]

Get Sad Poorganic Pig

I’m back from vacation, but I’ve decided to continue with a few more Eating Poorganically re-runs from last fall when real foods were new and fun and I hadn’t just spent a week eating like Paula Dean. (Also, the quantity of laundry is SO great and my children are SO needy and I am SO […]

Real Food Good Intentions

Since I’m still on glorious vacation (celebrating early my 10 year anniversary coming up in October), I’m going to post my SECOND EVER Eating Poorganically post wherein I laid out some of my initial ideas about this journey. This post was written a year ago in August 2011. I did post some updates after four […]