People tell me all of the time that it costs more money to eat healthy. I very much disagree with that statement! Dried beans, canned vegetables, eggs, flour, rice, potatoes, in-season produce and low-cost cuts of meat are very cost-effective compared to the convenience foods and restaurant fare that often fill American tummies. We can always find healthy, low-cost ways to fuel our bodies. It may not always be exactly what we’re used to or what sounds good, but it is food that fulfills its purpose within our means.