From a block of cheese to a stick of cheese to keep the price from going up only to have to hike the price lol It was less for the same price to less at a higher price. Also haven't bought any chocolate milk since you could get it in 1L cartons. use to go on sale for $1 at times. Still does but for only 750ml.
I love how these provincial milk cartels fail to see the long game of massive price hikes. They assume demand moves with their supply management contraints.
This will backfire on these tit pulling dutchmen and froggies in a big way.
They will simply continue to ramp up the prices of meat whilst putting out climate change propaganda to groom people to accept eating bugs.
"You will eat the bugs" isn't a meme, average people won't be able to afford meat.
I don't know why they want us to eat bugs so badly, I'd rather just go vegetarian.
I've been buying my meat from Mennonites the last few years (awesome stuff and you're supporting good, local people). Thinking I'm gonna have to find a hookup for milk and butter. Goat milk is pretty good if you've never had it.
A few years ago i decided that calorie for calorie milk, cheese and meat was priority and all that other shit was just frills. Why would I pay 3.49/lb for green peppers when I could eat chicken at that price? Why would I pay for pre-made or convenience meals when I could just eat a rib steak and be satisfied. Often I buy a nice piece of meat and have a 99 cent side such as rice-a-roni or some KD with herbs in it. Vegetables are always bought frozen or canned from now on. Rice cooker and boiled potatoes all the way. The odd bag of pierogies. The odd can of pasta sauce.
Don't eat much fruit except as a treat, the odd banana or honeycrisp apple or maybe some peaches in august.
People get their grocery bills way up because they buy all this premade shit. Cereals, Snack Foods, Sodas. All shit you dont need.
We bought a huge ham for $15, ate it for 2 days then made pea soup with the bone and rest of the meat. I just finished it 6 days later. Learning to cook from my Dutch mother in law has saved us a ton of money.