Yo! I'm a college student, older, recently returned to America. Started Paleo about 2 weeks ago. When I say Paleo, I mean I got rid of about 80% of processed food. Within a week I had it down to about 90% plus the occasional mistake.
I'm being lax with it so that I ease into. I know how I work, and this is the best way for me.
Reason I'm here: I'm a college student on a tight budget. Right now I'm sticking to mostly the cheapest vegetables that I can get from the farmer's market and co-op (Lettuce, spinach, peppers, tomatoes, radishes, herbs, etc.) Then I buy about 2 dozen eggs at a time, and about 2 lbs of meat every week, at 4oz. per meal, with the meat being in one or two meals per day. I have about 2 or 3 eggs every day.
Basically, I'm looking for a algorithmic, structured, outline of someone else's paleo diet.
I.E. I buy XY amount of A-Z every 3 days, XZ every week, and ZZ rarely, and these are my staples.
I'm trying to break down the diet to the bare minimum, while still eating good, and get my costs down as low as possible.
I'll be keeping a notebook and will update with information in a week or two.
Note: IF is cool, but I am crossfitting, so I don't like to go more than 16 hours, not more than twice a week.