The only thing I can’t abide are the low-fODMAP-soup-loving types, the ones who claim they don’t have to “buy the whole store” with the minimum (I guess) and they are so excited to buy the whole store that they don’t have to figure out the “low-fODMAP” part of the equation.
In this case, I really dont get it.
There are two ways to deal with the problem of so much choice. The first is to try and make the most of things, to make yourself as fodmap-friendly as possible. The other is to buy things that are fodmap-friendly, and then spend lots of cash on things that are fodmap-unfriendly.
This one is a little confusing because it’s not entirely clear to me what you’re trying to say. Basically, you’re suggesting that if there was a way to make more of your shopping list less fodmap-friendly, you would do it. This isn’t really a fair comparison because you’re really talking about the entire buying process, not just your shopping list.
I don’t know that the term ‘fodmap-friendly’ really applies to shopping. Shopping is much more about getting what you want than about being fodmap-friendly, so I would be hesitant to use the term. Also, it seems like you’re suggesting we should all avoid any shopping at all. I’m not sure that’s a good idea.
I think many people who avoid shopping are ignoring what they already have in their homes. This is something I think we should all consider and work on in our own lives.
The one thing I am very passionate about is saving money. I think most people who have a frugal home will not notice a lot of their money goes toward making their house look nice. In fact, I think most people who do not have a frugal home are missing out on a lot of money in the long-term. As a result, I think we all need to start trying to save money.
A simple solution would be to create a frugal lifestyle and focus on finding the right products for the right price. This would be a great way to spend less and just make sure it’s just for the right price. There are some really good products out there that you can use to make a frugal lifestyle and save a lot of money.
This is where things get really interesting. You could go back to a time when you had a big, happy family and never had to worry about money. You could put that money into buying things that were not necessities. For example, I have a brother who has two cats, a cat who is a year-round resident, and a dog that is a part-time cat.
How do you make sure your fodmap shopping list has its best selling items? This could be a little bit easier if it means you could use those items to buy everything from the cat’s shelf. You could do that by putting some of those items in the trash.