Budget $6.92 Family Dinner – Enough for 8 People – The Wolfe Pit

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On a budget but need to feed your family dinner? Then you will not want to miss this budget Vegetable Beef and Noodle Soup that only costs $6.92 but will feed 6 – 8 people.

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  1. TheWolfePit
    TheWolfePit says:

    On a budget but need to feed your family dinner? Then you will not want to miss this budget Vegetable Beef and Noodle Soup that only costs $6.92 but will feed 6 – 8 people.

    SUBSCRIBE – https://goo.gl/6hkChx

    Help support The Wolfe Pit! – https://goo.gl/98hVCN

    Make a One Time Donation! – https://goo.gl/4BMDva

    Items I use in my videos – https://goo.gl/kah8h4

    Check out my other channel – https://goo.gl/P6H5ee

    Social Media Links:

    Website – https://TheWolfePit.Com

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/381019335339668/

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheWolfePit

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewolfepit/

    Website: http://www.thewolfepit.com

    "Broken Reality" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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  2. Crsunlimited Games
    Crsunlimited Games says:

    You make awesome content Larry. Don't let anyone ever tell you different.

    STORY TIME: So one night while riding with my father-in-law on the twisting back highways of Missouri a deer jumped in front of us, and hit the right front side of the car. It was a clean kill, and after talking with police, they gave us a deer tag, and said we could have it processed.

    Turns out that meat was not as cheep as we thought. A neighbor helped my father in law clean the deer and cut it up. The repair bill for the lights and bumper of the car made that the most expensive deer meat we have ever had.

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  3. Ryan Bahnsen
    Ryan Bahnsen says:

    Wow Larry, another one of my mom's favorites! My mom makes this exact dish with rice instead of egg noodles and it's her homemade Venus De Milo soup. It's very tasty!

    For all the haters btw that say this can't feed people, I'm 6'3 215lbs and can eat my fair share of food. I can only get 1 bowl down per sitting with a bread and butter. This is a perfect hearty and filling budget meal.

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  4. Losttoanyreason
    Losttoanyreason says:

    We always keep veggie jars in the freezer for making soup. When there are left over veggies (It's usually just like a tbsp of two at most) we throw them into one of the jars. When the jars are full we make a pot of soup and then the only expensive part we have to buy is the meat.

    Now as for the butter in chili, LOL I've never done that myself but since in my experience melted butter goes great with grilled steak, I don't see why it might not go well in chili.

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  5. Lee Wilkins
    Lee Wilkins says:

    This is exactly the type of dinner I'll cook for my family (my two younger sisters, my parents, and myself) and while it may not be the fanciest, it's homey and simple and most importantly, cheap. I'm glad you're out here showing off what one can do when they're struggling.

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  6. LOCKED AT HOME
    LOCKED AT HOME says:

    Why is American Beef so cheap? Is it in shit quality or something? I'm Asian and I think American beef is surprisingly cheap. Actually not only beef but every groceries are cheap in America. Only 3 bucks for half a kilo of ground beef and a buck for frozen veges, noodles and shit. Americans are funny.

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  7. jeffw1267
    jeffw1267 says:

    Vegetables are OK but don't provide many calories per dollar. I'd be more likely to add flour to the broth instead of vegetables. Or buy rice in 10- or 20 lb. bags and add that to the broth.

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  8. rhijulbec1
    rhijulbec1 says:

    What you are doing is AMAZING! My job as a public health nurse (I'm retired and on a very fixed income even now) was to help lower income folks (of which, at the time, I was one~a single mom with student debt to pay) make good choices for meals as well as to stretch those dollars til they screamed. What you're doing is teaching others that low cost doesn't have to mean processed, full of fat and salt packages that seem inexpensive (like kraft dinner), but with ten bucks you can buy enough cheese, pasta and other ingredients to make four or five meals, with less processed crap and better nutritional value. TY for doing this.
    Jenn in Canada 🇨🇦

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  9. Joe Mills
    Joe Mills says:

    I do something similar but I use some chilli flakes and I don't top it off with water. It's not a soup but the starch from the rice makes a nice sauce. It's a pretty tasty dish and hearty in the cold months. It's cheap too and cheaper rice seems to suit it best.

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  10. KevinTheNeck
    KevinTheNeck says:

    I swear I'm not hating and I enjoy all your videos. But I know you can make a soup twice as big for half the cost using fresh vegetables that taste twice as good. Hopefully you can show us that one also.

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  11. Rob Nelms
    Rob Nelms says:

    When we were poor, we would make sliced bread pizza: sliced bread, spaghetti sauce, cheese, and pepperoni. We would also burrweinos, which was basically a chili dog wrapped in a tortilla, though hot dog buns are probably cheaper. Another good meal, which can feed a lot, and is quite filling, is boiled chicken, or baked, and rice. I remember for quite a while, we had to survive on chicken and rice. Kinda one of my favorite meals though, especially if you can get turkey and jasmine rice.

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