It's notoriously easy to be frugal on vegan lifestyle. At least when carnists claim that vegan food is too expensive, I get all smug explaining them that potatoes, rice, beans and the seasonal veggies are the cheapest you can find from the grocery store. But who at the end of the day lives that frugaly unless having financial issues? I go easily over my mothly budget unless I count every penny. I have been practicing frugal lifestyle for about my whole life, but lately have been back sliding. I'm going to make a frugal month challenge starting off next month. The lowest I think for me to live off and still treat myself from time to time is 100 euros. Intention is to prove that living with less is feasible even if you are financially in a fortunate situation and that frugality doesn't have to come up as something you are willing to do only when it's the only option left. I would love to hear frugal grocery tips and tricks from you. What would be the lowest you could live off? Would you like to begin this challenge also?