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I Made 16 Meals For 2 People On A Food Bank And Fresh Produce Box | Budget Eats | Delish


Ever since the first super long-form Budget Eats episode aired, viewers have been requesting that we do a week subsisting off food pantry box contents. We haven’t done one—until now—because June didn’t want to misrepresent the experience of the 37 million Americans who live with food insecurity on a daily basis, 11 million of whom are children, a statistic that’s remained largely unchanged from when June researched SNAP benefits (then known as food stamps) in high school over ten years ago.

On top of that, food pantry box contents vary widely from location to location, and there would be no accurate way for June to depict an “average” box. Watch June set out to cook a whole week’s worth of meals for herself using a $15 fresh food box from FoodShare South Carolina along with some food pantry box staples she scavenged from the Delish test kitchen.

RECIPES:

RESOURCES:
Regional level programs
FoodShare South Carolina (SC)
NYC Fresh Food Box (NY)
Hunger Free NYC (NY)
NYC Neighborhood Guides to Food & Assistance (NY)
Just Food CSA Map (NY)
Glynwood Center (NY)
St. Joseph Community Health Foundation (IN)
DC Central Kitchen (DC)
Capital Area Food Bank (DC)
Food On The Move (RI)
Daily Table (MA)
West Virginia Food and Farm Coalition (WV)
Double SNAP Dollars Program (MT)
New Orleans Market Umbrella (LA)
Hunger Task Force (WI)
Sustainable Food Center (TX)
Vegas Roots (NV)
Hawaii Food Basket (HI)
One Island (HI)
Experimental Station (IL)
Double Up Food Bucks (MO)
Nourish Colorado (CO)
Fair Food Network (MI)

National level programs
Wholesome Wave
The Food Trust
USDA Nutrition Assistance Contact Map
Hunger Free America
HFA Find Food Assistance Database
USDA National Hunger Hotline
State by State SNAP EBT Resource List
Farmers Market Coalition National Map
Donate to Partnership for a Healthier America’s Fresh Food Fund

Apps
Providers (formerly FreshEBT)
Tangelo

Data on SNAP
Fair Food Network:
SPUR: The Economic Contributions of Expanding Healthy Food Incentives | SPUR
Food Research and Action Center:
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities:

TIMESTAMPS
00:00-06:40: Intro
06:40-10:13: Prep
10:14-13:28: BLT
13:29-21:46: Celery Pasta Salad
21:47-23:09: Day 2 Prep
23:10-25:33: PB & J Ritz Banana Pudding
25:34-30:45: Cheese Tamale Pie
30:46-34:11: Yellow Squash Tinga
35:59-42:47: Pinto Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
42:48-47:03: Corny French Toast
47:04-52:15: Pineapple Spam Bread Pudding
52:16-55:00: Mango Corn Cabbage Slaw
55:01-56:29: Cornflake Banana Bread
56:30-01:01:26: Cabbage Cream Pasta
01:01:27-01:04:50: Cornflake Banana Bread Taste Test
01:04:51-01:07:32: Ants On A Yellow Log
01:07:33-01:24:34: Trash Ratatoutille

#BUDGETEATS #BYJUNE

HOST: June Xie
VIDEO DIRECTOR + PRODUCER: Julia Smith
EDITOR: Zach Lennon-Simon
ART: Sarah Ceniceros + Allie Folino
ANIMATION: Vineet Sawant
POST-PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR: Philip Swift

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