Buzz I Survived On A College Food Budget For A Week 10 months ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Don’t be an overgrown college kid with too much money to spend. Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo GET MORE … source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts The Coolest Travel Hacks April 8, 2017 Day In The Life: A Man vs A Woman December 23, 2016 When You See Your Friend’s Penis January 28, 2016 The Try Guys Try Childhood-Ruining Costumes January 4, 2016 Americans Try International Food Combinations January 8, 2016 Just How Close Is The 2016 Election? August 2, 2016 20 Comments taylor dfa August 9, 2016 Shoutout to surf taco jimpan99 August 9, 2016 this is the kind of food i prefer though. Purple Puppy August 9, 2016 Also of he saved 180 bucks in a week, I can only imagine how much he normally spends in a week to just feed himself. Like does he spend 40 bucks a day on food? Purple Puppy August 9, 2016 If you're not lazy, you can make proper meals cheaply, instead of buying junk Ohmygodwhy _ August 9, 2016 You can buy a large sack of potatoes. They can be microwaved then eaten like a pickle. It's cheap, vitamin rich and good for you. Then you can pad out your diet with other foods. Mayra Velasquez August 9, 2016 he spent around 180$ for just one in a week! My family spends less than 180$ a week and we're 5 people a little too much for only one person xXBrittany20Xx August 9, 2016 I eat a bit of everything a week. Healthy food, junk food ect. My diet is balanced. I don't overeat, but I don't undereat. I eat when I'm hungry, and stop when I'm full. I eat dinner, but I snack throughout the day every few hours. The result? I keep a average wait of 125 pounds. I'm 5,2. Petmaster 112 August 9, 2016 Because I don't wake up in the morning this is basically my breakfast every day, and I'm not in college Brian Sayavongsone August 9, 2016 just have someone send u real food (Parents/Siblings Cough) Maybelene Platon August 9, 2016 he just insulted ramen. ok bye Rae Talks August 9, 2016 What exactly do people eat after college then? lol Benjamin Shaw August 9, 2016 I don't like this guy for some reason… Snakerifle13 - Minecraft How To's and MiniGames August 9, 2016 Is it just me or does this scare me a little bit… HockeyGirl 10 August 9, 2016 My mom cooks me that at home does that mean I'm broke? Turquoise Macaron August 9, 2016 I'm in college, and I do not eat like that (nor does anyone I know)I eat mostly smoothies, lean meats and vegetables, and occasionally rice and whole-wheat bread The cost of this is not very high, you can buy a lot of stuff in bulk that can last more than a month, and then just pick up some fresh meat and vegetables every week. If you buy what's in season, the meat and vegetables are delicious and relatively inexpensive. Donavan Riley August 9, 2016 This is soooooo putting me off the university lifestyle right now icedwhite mocha August 9, 2016 Am I the only one who thinks Kraft mac n cheese tastes disgusting? Bonaventura August 9, 2016 hmmm . . . . maybe you ate like an uninformed college student. You wasted precious monetary resources on food with little to no nutritional value. Maybe it's because you were a student in the good ole days, when college was cheaper, companies still showed employer loyalty, and jobs above minimum wage were still available. A good point of reference for a college student are meals that cost less than $1 apiece so that you can run a food budget of $21 or less for the entire week. If you buy the right types of foods and make the right types of meals, you can make 6-8 nutritious meals (protein, carb, veg, drink) out of $4-6. Travina Blackshear August 9, 2016 When I'm in college I'm not gonna eat that stuff going to my parents house get some food their XD my college is 1 hour way from home Magic Penguin August 9, 2016 Ok hang on he saved $180 dollars? In a week! That means he probably spends nearly 200 dollars a week on food. I guess that makes since if he would eat out for most meals, and that's probably a reasonable thing to do if you're single and can afford it, but dang, my entire family's groceries every week cost less than that. If you included eating out it'd probably be more, but he's only one guy.