If you took the amount of money you bring home each month and subtracted 10%, would that 10 percent equal the amount you spend on food per month?
What about if you subtracted 20% of your take home? Would that be a larger or equal amount?
The average American household spends 10% of their take home income on food (groceries and eating out combined). The average European household spends 20% of their take home income on food.
For our household, 10% of our take home would be just over $200. Twenty percent, just over $400. We generally spend right about $400 a month on pastured meats (lamb and game, poultry, and fish), organic dairy, limited canned goods, and beans/rice/pulses.
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