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    biscuits
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    orange with mango juice
    panko bread crumbs
    creamer
    heavy cream
    croutons
    grilled chicken (those ones in the bag with already grilled chicken good for salads and pasta)
    broccoli
    fettucini
    chocolate donuts
    caesar dressing
    romaine lettuce
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    Grocery list + impulse buys. (I'm so rarely at the Korean grocery that I couldn't help but stock up on cool and/or cheap things.

    - 3 cans coconut milk
    - 2 cans red curry paste
    - 1 can green curry paste
    - 1 giant 14 oz container red curry paste
    - Quinoa (super cheap per lb)
    - Honey ginger tea (25% off)
    - Bananas
    - Green tea mochi with red bean paste
    - Schmancy daifuku covered in sesame seeds
    - Kimchi
    - Durian popsicles!! (been wanting to try durian for ages)
    - Giant bag of potstickers

    Total: $45. Which is $10 more than my usual weekly grocery bill, but still a pretty good deal for the haul I came away with!
    and it's nice enough to
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Grocery list + impulse buys. (I'm so rarely at the Korean grocery that I couldn't help but stock up on cool and/or cheap things.

    - 3 cans coconut milk
    - 2 cans red curry paste
    - 1 can green curry paste
    - 1 giant 14 oz container red curry paste
    - Quinoa (super cheap per lb)
    - Honey ginger tea (25% off)
    - Bananas
    - Green tea mochi with red bean paste
    - Schmancy daifuku covered in sesame seeds
    - Kimchi
    - Durian popsicles!! (been wanting to try durian for ages)
    - Giant bag of potstickers

    Total: $45. Which is $10 more than my usual weekly grocery bill, but still a pretty good deal for the haul I came away with!
    How do you keep your curry paste from going bad after you open it? I almost never use a whole can since the stuff from there is so potent.

    My list:

    - Apples (Honeycrisp)
    - Bananas
    - Clementines
    - Carrots
    - Crimini mushrooms
    - Zucchini
    - Scallions
    - Rice noodles
    - Mint cookie ice cream
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    Quote Originally Posted by Showbread View Post
    How do you keep your curry paste from going bad after you open it? I almost never use a whole can since the stuff from there is so potent.
    It keeps in the freezer really well! And keeps in the fridge for at least a couple of months.
    and it's nice enough to
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    you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    It keeps in the freezer really well! And keeps in the fridge for at least a couple of months.
    Mine always gets moldy in the fridge. I'll have to try the freezer though!
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    Last Grocery Store Stop:

    Nigori Sake
    Ginjo Sake

    Last Food Stop:

    Cereal
    Milk
    Clif Bars

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    Quote Originally Posted by Showbread View Post
    Mine always gets moldy in the fridge. I'll have to try the freezer though!
    I have never had that problem. Weird.

    Anyway yeah, freezer works Especially if you freeze it in the amount you'd put into a curry (half a can?).
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    pomegranate
    oranges
    apples
    blueberries
    yogurt--plain
    humus
    salmon
    chicken
    ground beef
    cabbage
    onion
    tomatoes, tomatoes, tomatoes [my favorite food]
    eggs
    avocados
    brown rice
    spinach
    kale chips
    some kind of whole grain bread to eat that almond butter that J gave me on
    bananas
    lemons and limes
    tomato juice
    canned tomatoes
    pita chips
    olive oil
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    What I got today:

    Spinich
    More spinich
    Onion
    Zucchini
    Yellow squash
    Green pepper
    Fresh basil
    Serrano chilis
    Carrots
    Broccoli
    Brussels sprouts
    Blueberries
    Blackberries
    Mushrooms
    Lowfat greek yogurt - plain
    Eggs
    Milk
    Honey
    Kashi cinnamon square cereal (like mini wheats but less sugar)
    Canned chopped clams
    Spaghetti
    Coconut milk
    Green curry paste
    Dried red lentils
    Raw almonds
    Raisins
    Herbal tea
    Some dried soup mixes that you add water to
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    (I'm not vegetarian, I just already had some meat in the freezer)
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