What’s In Your Cart (Sept. 23/12)

September 24, 2012


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 cauliflower
  • Belgian endives
  • organic brown mushrooms
  • organic carrots
  • organic chicken wings
  • organic olives
  • organic celery
  • organic avocados
  • organic onions
  • Bubbies sauerkraut
  • organic green leaf lettuce
  • organic English cucumber
  • organic Italian prune plums
  • organic bananas
  • Brisling sardines
  • organic black figs
  • organic red onions
  • organic garlic
  • organic coconut oil
  • organic rosemary
  • organic beets
  • organic parsley
  • organic lime
  • natural classic roasted chicken (not shown)
  • natural ground lamb (not shown)
  • organic boneless leg of lamb roast (not shown)

Notes: These groceries were bought at Whole Foods and Choices and will feed two people for dinner and one for breakfast and lunch for most of the week. This  is for my third week of my 30 day elimination diet. Yay, halfway there!

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Ybus September 26, 2012 at 7:21 PM

What a funny post. You are not alone in this at the grocery store. I do the same thing. However I get plenty of odd looks with a basket of fruit and veggies topped with bacon….lol!


[email protected] September 26, 2012 at 8:59 PM

Yah, they probably think you’re a vegan and then get completely thrown off by the bacon :)


Fitness Wayne | Strength Training, Weight Loss and Paleo Diet Blog September 27, 2012 at 11:43 AM

Ha ha ha, I do this all the time. I am usually dissapointed by a whole lot of junk food. My cart is always full of meats, fruits and vegetables.


[email protected] September 30, 2012 at 12:52 PM

Ditto :) I often catch myself thinking “people still eat that stuff??”, especially when at a regular supermarket.


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