Tiffany, a woman and author from Canada, has revealed that she started feeding her 18-month-old baby prawns to reduce her food budget amid rising inflation.
The rate of inflation in countries around the world is increasing day by day, but the ratio of salaries remains the same, housewives do many things to keep the budget under control in the rising inflation, but a writer mother based in Canada, the diet of her 18-month-old child. I surprised the whole world with a surprising transformation.
In an interview given to foreign media, the writer said that as a food writer, I am among those who have tasted all the flavors of entomophagy (insect eating), I have even eaten ants and shrimp during my travels to Vietnam and Thailand.
Adding shrimp to her son’s diet was a conscious decision amid rising inflation, with a child adding $250 to $300 a week to our grocery costs, given the rising cost of groceries, Tiffany said. started feeding her son prawn snacks and prawn protein powder.
According to the woman, these insects have as much protein as the most expensive animals, and through this change in the baby’s diet, I reduce the weekly food budget by 150 to 200 dollars.