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    [boulder][bolder] EJCC's Avatar
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    - Eggs
    - Heavy cream
    - Frozen spinach
    - Dried basil
    - Vegetable bouillon cubes
    - Whole grain linguine
    - Boneless skinless chicken breasts
    - Head of broccoli
    - Cucumber
    - Yellow onion
    - Asparagus
    - Carrots
    - Parsley
    - Cilantro
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    Maybe some of you will get some use out of this. I compiled it a couple of years ago. Grocerylist.pdf

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    avocados
    organic greens: spinach, kale, romaine
    broccoli, beets, hot/sweet peppers, eggplant, winter/summer squash, carrots, tomatoes, garlic, ginger, bananas, cilantro, tomatoes, potatoes
    b12, vit c
    molasses, apple cider vinegar
    deli: beet salad, chickpea salad, grilled chicken

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    Oh, and I have to admit that my "junkfood" this week has been:

    1/2 small bag of gummie bears
    potato chips
    carmello bar
    about 3 cans of soda (ugh!)

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    Asian Market
    -Dried mushrooms (preferably porcini)
    -two containers of vietnamese coffee
    -fresh basil

    Conventional store
    -Block of parmasean
    -Fresh Mozerella
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Too-tired-to-cook-this-weekend shopping at Trader Joe's:

    - Baby spinach
    - Pears
    - Blueberry vanilla chèvre
    - Frozen channa masala
    - Frozen palak paneer
    - Green tea mochi
    - Ginger beer
    - Peach beer
    - Bouquet of flowers
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    Farmer's Market:
    Strawberries
    Blueberries
    Cherries
    Corn
    Roses

    Grocery Store:
    Whipped cream
    Pastry dough
    Cilantro
    Avocados
    Lemon
    Red onion
    Tortillas

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    I'm trying out a new recipe today my friend gave me. Hope my family will enjoy it tonight. : )
    -Acetone (Nail polish remover)
    -Lithium batteries
    -Toluene
    -HCl (Hydrochloric Acid)
    -Pseudoephedrine
    -Match-sticks
    -Sodium Hydroxide
    -Sulfuric Acid
    -Ammonia

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    @Chrysanthea Tsk, tsk, tsk.

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    I don't make grocery lists except for twice a year (Thanksgiving and Christmas), but I'll try to remember what I bought last week. Dragonfruit, maitake mushrooms, shiitake mushrooms (I eat a lot of mushrooms. . .incredible health benefits for the immune system, hormones, diabetes...I don't have it, and so many others), three red onions, kale (all vegetables are organic), dandelion greens, green lettuce, red leaf lettuce, a dragonfruit drink with probiotics, a natural green tea soap, a shampoo that fights dandruff for my husband, organic frozen vegetables, chicken breasts, chicken tenders, meatless burgers made of different things (but no soy), coconut milk, three cartons of soup (potato and leek, pumpkin, red lentil, two dark chocolate candy bars, some type of lemonade cactus juice (curious), two packages of gluten-free chocolate chip cookies (one for my husband and one for me), extra virgin olive oil, gluten-free apple pop-tarts, some gluten-free frozen dinners for my husband's lunches at work, four fuji apples, argan oil, quinoa, and I think that's all. I'm not eating gluten free as part of the fad though, I had a lot of health issues that kept getting worse, but went away after I went on the diet.

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