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  • #16
    Originally posted by Primal Toad View Post
    ...but Costco eggs seem to be a decent choice and I eat a lot of them.
    False, they are some of the lowest rated eggs actually: The Cornucopia Institute

    These look to be somewhat close though: The Cornucopia Institute
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    • #17
      Oh and I forgot coconut milk and organic diced tomatoes (canned).

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      • #18
        Let's see: coconut milk, organic butter and Kerrygold butter, organic bacon, frozen wild blueberries, frozen wild sockeye salmon fillets, frozen organic brocolli, organic whole chickens, organic ground beef (just bought it in a pinch, it doesn't say grass fed), scallops. I can't get organic whole milk or whole fat yogurt, those are the two things I wish I could find. And I like the size and the yellower yolks of my Wal-Mart's organic eggs better, Costco's always seem so small.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Primal Toad View Post
          The olive oil is good quality... Extra Virgin Cold Pressed.
          I am curious and would like you to do an experiment. Put it in the fridge overnight and see what happens to it.
          You lousy kids! Get off my savannah!

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Grumpy Caveman View Post
            I am curious and would like you to do an experiment. Put it in the fridge overnight and see what happens to it.
            Tell us more

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            • #21
              A lifetime supply of macaroni & cheese, a 55 gallon drum of cran-grape juice, and a pill that'll kill a baby
              “The whole concept of a macronutrient, like that of a calorie, is determining our language game in such a way that the conversation is not making sense." - Dr. Kurt Harris

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              • #22
                I retract the request because I did not do my research. Moving on...
                You lousy kids! Get off my savannah!

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                • #23
                  I like to get batteries at costco

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                  • #24
                    Today I grabbed shrimp, celery, brussel sprouts, broccoli and tuna

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Grumpy Caveman View Post
                      I am curious and would like you to do an experiment. Put it in the fridge overnight and see what happens to it.
                      Now I'm curious, what should happen?

                      Last time I put a bottle of Cento EVOO in the fridge, it solidified like coconut oil. Well, not entirely, but at least half. Is it supposed to do that? (saturated fat test, I assume?)
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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by CE402 View Post
                        BJ'S sells 3# bags of organic berries and wild blueberries for $10 though.

                        That's about the only way I eat berries anymore after learning how much they absorb toxins. And they work awesome when mixed in with Greek yogurt, drizzled with basalmic, or used in place of ice in a smoothie.
                        Never saw the organic berries! That could be exclusive to some stores with better access to them.

                        Our BJs has pitiful dairy selections, but I really like the bulk frozen veggies. They are almost worth the membership.
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                        • #27
                          San Pellegrino sparkling water, coffee, kerrygold butter and cheese, Coleman nitrate-free bacon. Dog food. Avocados. Smoked salmon.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by vnvdvci View Post
                            I am so jealous that you guys have Kerrygold and organic eggs in Costco. My costco has just the crappy quality butter...on the flip side though, they have a nice range of wild-caught fish that I didn't see back in the states, for nice prices too.
                            i was going to say that even my costco will start carrying the kerrygold soon (st patrick's day) but if you aren't in the states that might not be a "holiday" LOL

                            my costco doesn't have most of the good stuff ppl are listing. i asked about canned coconut milk and they said "oh, we'll never have that, we had it for about 6 days and it didn't sell...coconut water is really popular...what about soy milk? we have a few different brands" *doh*
                            (might as well have recommended the sweetened condensed milk...it's the same since it's milk and in a can right?)

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                            • #29
                              In the summertime, mine has nitrate free hot dogs. As mother of 3 girls, I get worn down to the requests for them. I consider them a better bad food...

                              I noticed today they had leg of lamb from Australia. Sounds to be grass fed. On my list to research but does anyone know?

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by amdws1234 View Post
                                In the summertime, mine has nitrate free hot dogs. As mother of 3 girls, I get worn down to the requests for them. I consider them a better bad food...

                                I noticed today they had leg of lamb from Australia. Sounds to be grass fed. On my list to research but does anyone know?
                                I believe that all of their lamb is from Australia and is grass fed

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