The meat products I have purchased are good for over two weeks for mom and I. The detergent will also last us for quiet a while. We will go through the yogurt in 4 days:) And yes, that is what the dietician approves.
|3lt liquid detergent (colors)||9,9||5,50|
|1,5 lt bathroom cleaner||6,9||3,83|
|24 pack feminine pads||8,25||4,58|
|3 Kg. powder detergent (whites)||15,9||8,83|
|Pastırma (beef bacon)||29,55||16,42|
|1,6 kg. minced meat||38||21,11|
|0,5 kg chicken breast||4,75||2,64|
|2,250kg. Plain yogurt||5,99||3,33|
|4 simits (think sesame bagel)||3||1,67|
|3 loaves of whole wheat bread||10,5||5,83|
Today I went to the open market and for 21 USD, I bought the following:
|2 Kg. cherry tomatoes|
|2 bunches of chard|
|1,5 kg leek|
|0,5kg green peppers|
|1 kg. cucumbers|
|A bunch of broccoli|
I do not have the itemized prices on these. These will last us a week but, I may purchase additional fruit and some salad greens during the week.
So, how does Turkish prices compare to your country? I did not do the math to convert the weight and volume units from metric to imperial but, 1 kg is 2,205 pounds, 1 lt is 33,81 fl.oz.