You won't catch me perpetually reaching for Kleenex or popping antihistamines because my nose isn't running. I'm not Sneezy.
One major diet change that I've made in the last year: raw milk (unpasteurized, straight from the cow). Man, it tastes so good. And is so good for me.
Other things in my kitchen that taste good -
Passionate Homemaking's Soaked Granola Recipe. My friend, HB, tried it first and gave me the courage. Before her insistence, I was afraid of a flop. I've already made the second batch. It's that good.
Slow Cooker Red Beans and Rice. If you use a nitrate-free sausage, this is nourishing and rather inexpensive. If you have homemade chicken broth, substitute it for water. I have another similar recipe that adds a can of tomatoes as well as brown rice. Next week I'm going to combine the two recipes and if it is successful, I'll post it.
To try: (looks easy-peasy) homemade cultured buttermilk.
Last but not least...
If you're trying to eat more nourishing foods but feel overwhelmed by the cost, you must read this article. Download it and print it. I felt very encouraged after reading.