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Wow that's a difficult one when you are a vegetarian, because the food is so costly (I was one for two years). I would suggest going to cheaper markets to buy larger quantities and greater varieties of food. Try Sav a lot or Aldi, your local farmer's market, and and hit up Asian food stores, they always have great prices on food.
Celery with peanut/almond butter and raisons/craisons
Carrots and apples
Triscuts and dip (you can make a quick and cheap dip out of a dried salad dressing mix and a tub of sour cream)
trail mix (make your own with granola, pretzels, chocolate chips, and dried fruit)
orange slices and jello
How strict of a vegetarian are you?
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