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Tight budget! Exist two more anxiety-producing - and common - phrases in the British language?
No matter what tax class you belong to, you've probably got a food budget. If you're like Jennifer Martin, a stay-at-home mom from Haddon Heights, New Jersey, you've got a really limited food budget: $90 a week to supply a family of four. More over, you're seeking to ensure everybody else in your household gets three balanced meals a day, made with organic substances when possible.
"Shopping balanced and organic on a budget is really important to me," claims Martin. But that is not always easy when she is juggling the preferences of her partner Matthew, a high school record instructor who's "meat and potatoes" sort of guy, a three-year-old girl, Katie, who's something of a particular eater (no peanut butter!) and a 15-month-old boy, Patrick, who eats "smaller amounts of whatsoever we're having."