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You Only Need To Spend $2.75 A Year On Food And Eat Whatever You Want

You Only Need To Spend $2.75 A Year On Food And Eat Whatever You Want
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William Reid is the name we will be taking while discussing further regarding this topic with you. This guy completely nailed it when it came to eating whatever he wanted without spending a single dollar on it. Okay, well he did spend $2.75 a year, but that is negligible. Furthermore, he eats whatever he desires in that money. Sounds like a dream to me.

Before going further, let me give you an introduction to the man. Reid is a graduate student in the film and electronic media at the American University and he's practising this lifestyle since 2014.

But how does he make it happen? Is he a wonder man? Maybe. Let's find out his secret below.

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This is William Reid, the guy whose story we are talking about.

This is William Reid, the guy whose story we are talking about.

"My life isn't tremendously different from other people's," said Reid.

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He is getting his food from the dump since 2014.

He is getting his food from the dump since 2014.
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"Other people go shopping for their food; I'll go around back and see what's available," he said. "I'm getting to make the same decisions about what I'm eating as another person would."

He has gone completely vegan.

He has gone completely vegan.
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Searching for vegetables, eggs, milk and fruits, he hasn't eaten meat since a long time. This is not because he can't find meat but because he wanted to add challenge to the task.

In two years, he has spent only $5.50 on food.

In two years, he has spent only $5.50 on food.
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He adds that he gets to make the choices like any other person.

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He's doing much more than saving money.

He's doing much more than saving money.
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The main purpose of him doing this is that William wants to prove that a huge quantity of food thrown in the US is fresh and edible.

Most of the food wastage comes from the grocery store.

Most of the food wastage comes from the grocery store.
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"I think people would be surprised about the level of quality of food," said William. "It actually kind of sends me chills. We have tremendous want and need in this country for healthy food, and we have tremendous waste."

It takes equal time to find food in dumpsters as in store.

It takes equal time to find food in dumpsters as in store.
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"It's not like I have to go any more often than others. I think people have this idea that there must be a big time commitment, but I go to some dumpsters that are in my neighborhood and, in 15 minutes, get some food and I'm out."

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