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    Food.

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    I'm making black bean soup and a german chocolate cake i got the stuff last week for the cake except for one thing
    -black beans (dried)
    -celery
    -parseley
    -ham hock
    -madeira
    -evaporate milk
    -juice
    -soda
    -sour cream
    -ramen
    -milk
    -ice cream
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    @prplchknz What german chocolate cake exactly? Chocolate cake sounds delicious, though ...

    My grocery list:

    Zucchini
    Leek
    Fruit
    Sparkling water
    Coke light
    Cotton rounds
    Some frozen mix of asian vegetables or brussel sprouts, green beans and kohlrabi
    Organic chicken
    Curry powder
    Sesame + Sesame oil
    Peanuts
    Milk
    A toothbrush

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepumpkinpot View Post
    @prplchknz What german chocolate cake exactly? Chocolate cake sounds delicious, though ...

    My grocery list:

    Zucchini
    Leek
    Fruit
    Sparkling water
    Coke light
    Cotton rounds
    Some frozen mix of asian vegetables or brussel sprouts, green beans and kohlrabi
    Organic chicken
    Curry powder
    Sesame + Sesame oil
    Peanuts
    Milk
    A toothbrush
    It's not actually german it's a cake made with this chocolate and has a coconut pecan icing on top and between the layers at least i don't think it was german iirc it was invented in texas
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    making potato leek soup well i'm making a basic potato soup recipe which is a stick of butter, a stalk of celery, an onion soften that then add chicken or vegetable broth (which ever floats your boat) along with 3 potatoes that have been cut up and peeled. cook until potatoes are done blend the soup add half and half until consistency that is desired is reached. so what i'm gonna do is do the celery half and onion and 1.5 leeks then the same amount of potatoes maybe an extra potato and some fresh parsely (basically i'm trying to use stuff i bought last week)

    -potatoes
    -half&half
    -juice
    -creamer
    -coffee
    -shredded cheese
    -savory junk food
    -sweetened lime juice
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    caramel greek yogurt coffee and salty caramel squares

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    This isn't a grocery list, but I took this picture at a time where I was thinking about my instinctual stack and debating being Sp-first. I had realized suddenly that not only was everything in my cart organic or high-quality natural, but it was also all on sale. This is what my cart typically looks like, plus fresh fruits/veggies (organic when possible), and meat (usually on sale, cuz cheap). I've always been all about the value of my dollar and striving to be healthier (except when I decide to self-sabotage for funsies).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Deadpan View Post
    This isn't a grocery list, but I took this picture at a time where I was thinking about my instinctual stack and debating being Sp-first. I had realized suddenly that not only was everything in my cart organic or high-quality natural, but it was also all on sale. This is what my cart typically looks like, plus fresh fruits/veggies (organic when possible), and meat (usually on sale, cuz cheap). I've always been all about the value of my dollar and striving to be healthier (except when I decide to self-sabotage for funsies).


    I am sorry but none of that strikes me as particulary healthy.

    Pizza 3x - nope
    Paper towels - nope
    Canned food - not really
    Crackers - nope
    Packed meat - not really/maybe
    Bacon - not really
    Chips ? (the red bags) - nope


    I can't tell what are other stuff.

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