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What’s In Your Cart (Nov. 12/12)

November 12, 2012

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Do you ever peek into other people’s shopping carts, or gawk at their purchases at the check-out? Do you then try to figure out what kind of diet, if any, they’re on? Followed perhaps by a quick glance at the shopper to evaluate the success of that diet?

Somehow I doubt I’m the only one… In which case, you might find my weekly shopping loot interesting.

Even more nosy? ;) Here are the details:

  • organic vanilla extract
  • organic coconut milk
  • coconut water
  • organic green onion
  • organic carrots
  • jalapeno pepper
  • organic coconut flakes
  • organic ginger root
  • organic whole chicken
  • organic garlic
  • organic raisins
  • organic chicken thighs
  • organic green tea
  • Brisling sardines
  • turkey breakfast sausages
  • organic eggs
  • organic Green & Black’s 85% dark chocolate
  • organic almond butter
  • organic cauliflower
  • organic Italian parsley
  • Icelandic boneless lamb shoulder
  • organic avocados
  • organic sweet potatoes

These groceries were bought at Whole Foods and will feed two people for dinner and one for lunch and breakfast for most of the week.

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Jill November 14, 2012 at 4:32 PM

Jeepers, you eat healthy…and all organic. I don’t know what to do without access to this stuff. Not that I’m paleo…because I have zero self-control and keep eating grains and dairy. And dark chocolate…a LOT of dark chocolate …can’t help it. Oops. I usually buy the Lindt or the Baker’s squares though…never tried Green and Black..will try next time (considering I fly through bars quite fast). I’m really not helping myself , jeesh,

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[email protected] November 15, 2012 at 7:27 PM

Green & Black’s is great. If you eat a lot of dark chocolate, try to buy the best quality you can find. And do the best you can with organic, not everyone has access to it. It’s more important that you’re eating lots of meat and veggies, regardless of whether or not they’re organic. Sometimes you just do the best you can.

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