http://finance.yahoo.com/taxes/article/111918/the-unseen-taxes-that-you-pay-every-day?mod=taxes-advice_strategy (scroll down to the Bread part)
If I don't eat anything but real, un-processed food, and I get all of my meat and eggs from a farm that is 60 miles away, buy my veggies from the local farmer's market....
It seems that I do have more money since switching to paleo, even though I am buying higher-quality food that costs more. I am definitely saving money just from not eating out at restaurants regularly, but I had never thought about subsidies and hidden taxes.
Wow, is this an unintended benefit of the paleo way-of-eating?