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I can't live without natural peanut butter, apples, brown rice. sweet potatoes, tilapia, chicken breasts, vegetables for roasting, coconut oil, sweet potatoes, low fat cottage cheese and lean steak! I also try to have ingredients for a hearty soup on hand and lots of frozen veggies.
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I buy most of the staples weekly, but I stop at a market almost daily for one thing or another. It is either fresh meat (they have a butcher), or fresh veggies/fruit. The store is small and only 4 or 5 miles from my house and on the way to everywhere.
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You almost have to go weekly when eating clean because of the produce. One of my favorite snacks is rice cakes and natural peanut butter or almond butter. Also apples with nut butter.
I buy 5lbs of groung turkey at Sams Club and divide it up into portions, and freeze it so I can have turkey at my disposal too. I do buy a lot of frozen stuff so it dosen't spoil so quick.
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I buy my tilapia already frozen and I truly find it doesn't make a difference it taste, so that can stay in the freezer for quite some time and I have fish at my disposal without a weekly grocery shop.
A new fave of mine is avocado. I love the creaminess of it, it's quite a treat!
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eggs, chicken, tilapia, natural peanut butter, almond milk (unsweetened), uncle ben's instant whole grain brown rice, broccoli, apples, strawberries, bananas, whole grain bread, and bagged salad...
if i have these stocked -- i can always eat clean...all day long...
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I find that if you can get fresh produce from a farmers market it lasts longer. I also make menu's so I can guess how much food I will need. I tend to go weekly, and may go two weeks before going. I have a large family to feed and they can easily clear out my fruit supply or milk. Sometimes I go shopping just for milk, or specific items. I don't complain. It is the big shopping trips that take me forever! I rarely have produce that spoils. I am the salad eater and my kids love fruit. Just last night I snuck mushrooms and onions in their dinner and they didn't even notice! My must haves: Oatmeal, flour to make bread and pizza dough. and I stock up on pasta and rice. The hard part is finding freezer easy food. I tend to freeze leftovers or soup.
Edited by: SHAN2SHAGG at: 2/21/2012 (11:48)
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Sorry - I go weekly as well. For me, I just like the fact of fresh fruit and veggies. I make out the weekly menu on Sunday and then hit the grocery store on Monday.
I have found that by doing this we waste less food and the kids eat healthy snacks as well.
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I find myself shopping for groceries weekly. Have any tips for making my trips less frequent?? What are some of your must haves???
Edited by: SIDAL105 at: 2/21/2012 (10:13)