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Im a chef and I cook with Walmart products 15 basic items for under $3 to stock your pantry or help you… – The US Sun

GROCERY shopping is a big part of a person's budget and with higher prices, finding a deal is key to keeping more cash in your wallet.

A TikTok influencer and chef shared how he loves to use Walmart's Great Value brands to not only save but also to lose weight.


Calvin Kang, who goes by cooklikeimbook on TikTok, showed his latest Walmart grocery haul, with many items available for under $2.

He shared with his 1.6million followers all the items he uses to stock his pantry and fridge so that he's ready for any meal and in a healthy way.

When you want to eat healthy and lose weight, you don' t have to sacrifice flavor or your favorite foods.

Calvin also explained some ways switching up items can help in your savings or weight loss journey.

To start with savings, Calvin does a lot of his grocery shopping at Walmart.

Here are his latest food finds:

Calvin explained that protein is an important part of one's diet and you can find it in many ways.

You will spend more in this category.

He said Walmart's shrimp is only 60 calories and 15 grams of protein.


Calvin likes to keep a variety of dairy in his fridge because it's "really convenient to have and it's high in protein."

He said the shredded cheeses are convenient to have because you can use it to make pizza, quesadillas and tacos.

Calvin said he really likes this Great Value Egg Makers: $2.98

It only has 25 calories and five grams of protein.

Calvin suggested fresh vegetables to get your fiber intake.

This time around he picked up fresh, peppers, romaine lettuce, broccoli, spinach and tomatoes.


Sauces can add a lot of flavor to a meal but they can also be where calories are easily picked up.

Calvin said a lot of his recipes contain sugar-free substitutes.

He said maple syrup is a great substitute for brown sugar, plus it has a lot less calories.

He also bought:

Calvin picked up other items to compliment his pantry.

It was on the pricier side, selling for $6.88.

You can buy other bread alternatives for as low as $2.

Either way, he said bread is good to have around for sandwiches or, even, french toast.

Calvin said this is great for making smoothies.

He said if you have two cups in the morning, you'll get your protein really easy.

Calvin said: "Losing weight doesn't have to be boring and it could be affordable."

There are a number of tips to follow tocut your grocery bill every single time, including meal planning andusing coupons.

Combine the two and you'll find yourself saving even more money.

It's also important to shop around so you're getting the best deals.

If you're on a low income, you may also qualify forfood stamps- more recently known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

SNAPhouseholds are expected to spend about 30% of their own resources on food.

Depending on your income and household size, the maximum monthly benefit amount is $250 for a single-person household while a household of four can get up to $835.

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