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    Quote Originally Posted by laintpe View Post
    I don't really make a list. Mostly, I wander around until something catches my eye (always the same stuff, though). Sometimes I'll take a recipe book with me.

    carrots
    kale
    romaine lettuce
    butter lettuce
    dandelion greens
    red onions
    prunes
    raw guacamole
    soy milk
    sweet potatoes
    avocados
    garlic
    fizzy water
    LARA bars: pecan, coconut, and cashew... sometimes peanut
    almonds
    sunflower seeds
    pumpkin seeds
    fruits: any/all, but especially pineapple, tangerines, and berries
    agave syrup
    olive/canola oil
    red wine vinegar
    raw chips/prepared snacks (if i pretend to not see the price)
    bagged beans/rice
    vanilla beans
    olives
    cilantro
    etc.
    Raw chips...? Do people usually boil their Fritos?
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    today it was:

    head of lettuce
    tomatoes
    red bell pepper
    fat free sourcream
    fat free cheese
    baked tortilla chips
    cantalope
    black beans
    corn
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    throughout the month, it's sorta like this on a rotating bases

    4x whole chicken
    4x fish: sea bass, tilapia, bronzini, mackerel, belt fish, snapper
    4lbs beef various cuts
    4lbs pork various cuts
    soy beans

    to which I turn into:
    chicken stock, chicken salad
    fish stock, fillets
    tofu

    if I can get raw milk, I make cheese

    then:
    celery, carrots, onions, potatoes, rice, garlic bulbs, peppers, spinach, lettuce, eggs
    to combine with the stocks I make.

    some specialties like uni, fly fish roe, flour for bread/pasta/soba noodles. Then whenever we run out of sauces

    fruits and fish are seasonal and we have a fruit basket with 2-3 types of fruits to grab and go

    4x people, 150 meals, about $450/mo

    about $2.50-4.00 a per meal. Left overs from dinner is repurposed for bfast or lunch next day.

    Special cooking experiments or meals are on a separate budget and generally good for one meal since we give out the rest of the foods. Stuff like desserts made at home.
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    the usual on my list and what I ate for about three months while staying with a friend of mine:

    ramen
    baby bella mushrooms
    broccoli
    pasta
    rice
    pasta sauce
    peppers
    chicken/other meat
    celery
    tomatoes
    eggs
    tofu
    grapes/nectarines
    juice

    (boringgg)

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    Milk
    grated cheese
    trash can that fits somewhere
    (maybe) laundry hamper
    tension tamer tea
    magic shell
    something microwavable & kid friendly for dinner (maybe macaroni)
    a butter-like substance that SPREADS


    oh yeah... eggs...
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    I hereby officially declare that I am adding the following items to the above list:

    clothes hangers
    coffee beans

    (not that anyone cares.)
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    -8lb bag of oranges
    -box of whole wheat penne rigate
    -5 kiwi
    -2 mango
    -carton of orange juice
    -san queso cheese sauce
    -aged sharp cheddar
    -pair of cantaloupe
    -3 peaches
    -white corn chips
    -sour cream
    -banana peppers
    -peas
    -salsa
    -garbanzo peas
    -ranch dressing
    -carrots
    -vegetarian refried beans
    = $42 and change

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    I'm moving into a new place this month and this is my grocery list

    -Grated Parmesan
    -Cheddar
    -Skim Milk
    -Cornflakes
    -Chocolate Cheerios
    -Cheese Ravoli
    -Penne
    -Pasta Sauce
    -Canned Carrots, Potatoes and Green Beans
    -Vegi Broth
    -Frozen Pizza
    -Frozen Vegetables
    -Frozen noodles
    -Macaroni and Cheese
    -Beer
    -Sugar
    -Flour
    -Bread
    -Eggs
    -Paper Towels
    -Sea Salt grinder
    -Heavy Cream (to make butter)
    -Ketchup
    -Pickles
    -Frozen Bread to bake
    -bottled water
    -frozen juice
    -ben and jerry's ice cream
    -gold fish crackers
    -fresh salsa
    -Torilla Chips
    -Doritos
    -Crock Pot Liners
    -Frozen Chicken Breasts
    -Olive Oil
    -Pretzels
    -grapes
    -coffee
    -tomato soup
    -Ramen
    -Doritos
    -Tomato Juice
    -Pineapple Juice
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    Generally:
    Apples
    Pears
    Lychees
    Radishes
    Mustard
    Potatoes
    Blueberries
    Blackberries
    Raspberries
    Carrots
    Cucumbers
    Lettuce
    Broccoli
    Watermelon
    Mango
    Avocado
    Ginger
    Oranges
    Coconut
    Caocao nibs
    Honey
    Bran flakes
    Rice milk
    Papaya
    Spinach
    Lemons
    Flour
    Pasta

    Then there's whatever else that is seen and makes me go "ooo, tasty".

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    babybel cheese
    chobani yogurt
    balance bars
    propel water
    bananas
    apples
    nectarines
    eggs
    brot
    kashi go lean cereal

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