Adding Brocoli to my list for sure, always forget about it.
Sounds great, but expensive. How much you think you spend?
Lucky for you I actually did the math yesterday
I can break down one meal for you. I get a lot of food on sale (ie: chicken breast because of such a selection):
-One chicken breast I can usually get for ~$2 CAD. A salmon filet is approximately the same price.
-One cup of brown rice = ~$0.90
Half a big head of broccoli = ~$1.50
All the condiments/seasoning and milk per meal won't add up to more than $0.50
One meal = ~$5 (I cook $10 worth, and save the other half for lunch). Keep in mind you get a lot of nutritional goodness from this one meal. Very filling too.
If we substitute pasta/sauce for the brown rice, it would cost a bit more ($1.50 sauce per meal, ~$0.80 pasta, $2 chicken = $4.30 - then add salad on top of that and you'll end up about $5.50)
My overall grocery budget for one month is about $300, and that constitutes absolutely everything I buy from a grocery store. Coffee, tea etc.
A good rule of thumb that I follow in order to eat right is to stick to the outside walls of the grocery store as much as possible. This is where the fresh fruits/veggies, meats, bakery goods, and dairy/eggs are placed. In the middle aisles you will find the pre-prepared or processed foods which will cost you more to purchase and are not nearly as nutritious.
For fun, if I eat breakfast at home (say some coffee, oatmeal, a few spoonfuls of peanut butter, an apple, yogurt and a banana), I will end up spending approximately $3 on that meal. If I went to Tim hortons it would cost me $2 for the coffee alone, adding on the $5 or so of other less nutritious food ($3 for a yogurt parfait there!!!!! $3 for oatmeal!) I would end up spending twice as much money for no nutritional gain.
Anyhow I hope this helped a little. If you have anymore questions let me know or check out my Fitness Federation thread. I can talk a little about nutrition in there if I receive enough questions.