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  • #46
    WISH they carried Kerrygold butter here.

    Just started getting the pickled herring, which is excellent. I also highly recommend the Kirkland EVOO from Spain that just came in about a month ago, 2 bottles for $12. Also: wild fish (various), oysters (when avail.), King Oscar sardines, heavy cream, veg or fruit sometimes, cheese (various - their triple creme rocks), bigassed cans of San Marzano tomatoes (for $3.50!), macadamias (when will they be back???) and marcona almonds (occasionally)...

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    • #47
      The Kirkland Balsamic is the best I've ever tasted!! I could drink it straight out of the bottle! Not organic but it's by far the best 80/20!

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      • #48
        You guys are making me sad. (Kidding) I still get some things from Costco.com - organic coffee on a regular basis. Also, if all goes as planned, we'll have a Costco here by summer 2013. I'm psyched.
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        • #49
          packs of romaine lettuce (6 romaine hearts for $2.99 -- best deal anywhere)
          rotisserie chicken
          Kirkland brand frozen berry mix (3-berry combination) -- use it in my smoothies
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          • #50
            Kerrygold cheese
            Organic produce, when available
            Free-range organic eggs (we suspect they are Wilcox eggs in WA, which is actually pretty well rated for humane treatment)
            Jarred artichoke hearts (packed in olive oil!)
            Canned wild tuna (Planet Wild (?) brand)
            Jeans
            Batteries
            LED bulbs
            Mobil 1 for our car
            Printer ink for our printer
            Q tips/bath tissue/facial tissue/"feminine" stuff
            Kitty litter

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            • #51
              OH my lord their rotisserie chicken! That is SO good, and goes a long way...
              Best--
              Kate

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              • #52
                We finally have a Costco here in Sydney Australia and our list is not dissimilar to what has already been posted - sadly no Kerrygold here though. Did get our hands on some wild caught Monkfish and Salmon last time which is a rare occurrence. Fruit & Veg is not that much cheaper at Costco here, but the pantry staples stand up - coconut milk, tinned organic tomatoes and bulk frozen berries rate highest in our house. Used to buy all sorts of heinous stuff at Costco prior to going primal - shopping list is VERY different now

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                • #53
                  They have broken ground and Costco will be here by next summer! N'Orleans gets dragged into the new millenium kicking and screaming.
                  "Right is right, even if no one is doing it; wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it." - St. Augustine

                  B*tch-lite

                  Who says back fat is a bad thing? Maybe on a hairy guy at the beach, but not on a crab.

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                  • #54
                    Kerrygold Dubliner
                    Normandy blend frozen veg
                    Organic green beans
                    Atlantic Salmon
                    Diet Pop (yep non-primal but I'm addicted to a couple cans a day)


                    Their bakery is awesome: cakes, pies, rolls, muffins, buns and so on....sigh....not part of the plan anymore but tasty stuff none the less.

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