I want to bring up the topic using 'when it comes to', and am I right to do this?

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I've made a story

Since I'm a student, I get an allowance, which is not enough that I can buy anything I want. so I can't afford something expensive. Even when it comes to meal, I can't afford something expensive, but delicious. that's something that makes me eager to get a job ASAP.

Have I brought up the topic of meal correctly?
  • DonnyB

    Sixties Mod
    English UK Southern Standard English
    I think you need to say it as "Even when it comes to a meal". I agree with TT's suggestion (post #2) that "meals" (plural) would work but not just "meal" on its own.
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