That's an average of about £34 a month or just over £1.10p per day.
My vegetable garden didn't start producing vegetables until the beginning of June and since then I have been eating a lettuce a day. Onions, potatoes and tomatoes are still growing.
The rest of my diet consists mainly of apples, bran flakes, yoghurt, rice, a roast chicken that lasts a week and some baking.
My weight has increased slightly but my waistline has decreased. Less fat. I have started lifting weights and trunk curls again. The garden is looking after itself and so, at the moment, I am just doing some programming and watering or composting in the garden.
I walk to the supermarket, once a week and spend about £8 on cheap supermarket brands and whatever chicken I find in the reduced section. Plenty of blackberry bushes on the walk to the supermarket so I get a free desert along the way.
I usually buy a chicken on the day of its sell-by date, roast it and it's good to last the week. It all gets used. The skin is great, cut into small pieces and fried as an addition to an egg fried rice. The bones make a stock.