My Grocery Bill For 06/06/2019 While Living in Merida, Mexico
This is my 4th blog post on my grocery bill. So people can see how I live, how cheap it is to live here, and because these are easy posts while I work on BeAForeigner.com. 😊
This week I’m making pepper steak over rice. #delicioso! 🤤
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A picture of the arrachera steak (hanger steak in English) I bought. Does it look different than what you find in your city? 🧐
Here’s my list with prices in Mexican pesos and the quantity is in parentheses:
- Water 5L (4) $72.50
- Ajax $25.50
- Clorox Cleaning Spray for the Bathroom $43.50
- Muffins (4) $32.00
- Peaches (5) $42.00
- Mandarins (5) $17.50
- Tomates (2) $11.00
- Onion $8.00
- Red Wine $99.00
- Corn Starch $33.00
- Ginger $16.50
- Garlic $5.00
- Steak 500 grams Arrachera $134.50
- Steak 500 grams $74.00
- Pack of green, red, yellow bell peppers $35.00
- Papaya $39.50
- Paper towels $31.00
- Sour Patch Gummies $48.00
Some ingredients I already have for the pepper steak. I got two different kinds of steak because I didn’t know which one was best. I’ll just freeze the other pack for another day.
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That time of the month is coming so candy.
Total was $918.73 pesos BUT I received a $313.52 credit so total was $605.21. That’s about $31 USD with the exchange rate of about 19 pesos (the exchange rate fluctuates a lot here) = $1 dollar. That includes the service fee, the tip, and any discounts I received.
Also, check out the week before this post also my other blog posts: What can $196 pesos get me in Mexico City? and How Much I Spend on Groceries in Mexico City.
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