Part of the beauty of the Paleo lifestyle is that you don't need new-fangled gizmos to get through the day. But...
There are definitely items that can help us save money, right?
My top money-savers are:
Not buying neolithic foods anymore, like French Fries or whatever, doesn't count. I'm looking for things you can make yourself or buy that will help us all save hard cash in the long run of our Paleo lifestyles.
Definitely my food processor.
I use it to make flours, nut butters, chop veggies, make mayo, or sometimes to mix chicken/tuna salads. It saves me a lot of $$; I can buy nuts in bulk and make my own products, I don't have to shop around for good mayo, it was a good buy! I don't know how I lived without it.
I don't know if this is what you want, but buying cheap (or cheaper) parts of grass fed meat or game. I don't care if it is not lean (on the contrary), and you can make delicious meals with them. If you want a product, I would say a slow-cooker or crock-pot.
Getting our mineral water at a local source instead of buying it in the shop. And I get an incredible farmers walk exercise from the forest source to the car.
Exaclibur dehydrator -- turning the pulp of green leafy vegetables and some flax meal in crackers, it's a beautiful thing.
Spirooli spiralizer -- making raw zucchini into noodles
The last two aren't strictly paleo, but they are good for information and fun movement, respectively. (I suspect, for the latter)
1) Marla, my Remington 870 Express Super Magnum 12-gauge shotgun. Mine came with a vent rib barrel for birds and bunnies that swaps out in under a minute for a rifle sighted slug barrel for Bambi. Game meat is delicious, and you get more exercise.
2) Vibram Fivefinger KSO Treks.
3) My little Paleo library: Cordain, Sisson, Wolf, Gegaudas, Shepard.
4) A second-hand dehydrator for making jerky.
Sharing a grass fed cow with friends-3.00 lb.
Slow cooker from Goodwill-5.00.
Ideas on Paleohacks-priceless.
No seriously, the ideas here have been so great and it's free free free. Talk about ROI.
My home gym is just thick rope and sand bags. In addition to body weight stuff, this has tremendous range and saves me tons of cash. Plus, I get Vitamin D since it's all outside.
Regarding food, I have canned wild fish (sardines/salmon from Costco) almost daily. At about $2 a pound, ends up being way cheap compared to fresh meat, and the nutrient loss is marginal. Also, the pasteurization process is basically just cooking, so no preservatives or other nasty stuff.