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Whole Foods? Whole Paycheck.

I (Sandeep) was an Economics major.  I understand Supply & Demand.  Raw food products are in short supply, so the demand?  High.

But, when I am looking at my Whole Foods receipt for the flax seed oil, coconuts, almond butter, kombucha, organic vegetables, and other foods that bring me strange looks at the checkout counter, there is a part of me that screams

Yo!  You didn't even have to COOK it!  Why are you charging me $30 for a cracker? 

Spare me the Mastercard commercial references.  This shit is expensive!

My question of the day: Short of growing your own produce (my thumbs are brown), how do you eat raw on the cheap?