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#31 Old 10-28-2015, 12:05 PM
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Beets!
It just so happens to be sugar beet season here (mid-Michigan), and it's, uh.... fragrant... to say the least. LOL


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I love beets. I pickle them or make them into soup. They are so good!
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My latest shop:

Hot dog rolls (we already have veggie dogs & sauerkraut)
Frozen steak cut oven chips (to go with the hot dogs)
Wholemeal bread
Popping corn
Plain tortilla chips
Jacobs high fibre cream crackers
Granovita vegetable pate (to go on the crackers)
Big bunch fresh parsley (to go in dumplings and mash)
1 x head of broccoli
4 x red onions (usually use these in wholefood carb based salads for weekday lunches)
200g radishes
1 x cucumber
1 x whole swede (this will be mashed and eaten as a side to nut roast dinner)
6 x brown onions (I cook onions in everything)
500g parsnips (also to go with nut roast dinner - I have the cashews)
4 x avocado
6 x kiwi fruit
750g salad tomatoes
Watercress
Vanilla extract (I like this in my breakfast banana smoothies - makes them taste like ice-cream)
Rich roast ground coffee
2 x 1ltr plain soya milk (mainly for smoothies and granola)
2 x 1ltr orange juice
1 x 1ltre Almond Breeze unsweetened
2 x tomato and basil garlic bread (to make pizzas with next week - I add sliced tomatoes, onions, dairy-free pesto & olives)
2 x 400ml tinned coconut milk (for curries)
Patak's Madras spice paste (for curries)
2 x packets of Chip Shop Style Soya Mince Curry (this stuff is tasty but probably really bad, it's a bit like curried pot noodle mixed with chip shop curry sauce)
Tinned sweetcorn
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My latest shop:
1 x whole swede (this will be mashed and eaten as a side to nut roast dinner)
I had to google to find out what a swede is . In our grocery stores they sell it under the name "turnip". I have never bought or tried it before, but google says it's very healthy.

Do you cook it before you mash it? I wonder how does it taste (sweet, bitter)?

I have just returned from my shopping and got:
cilantro, spinach
blackberries, blueberries
raspberries (was on sale! 12oz just $1.74!
pears and bananas
baby cucumbers and tomatoes
baby bok shoy
beets and white potatoes
4 avocados
mushrooms
cauliflower
eggplants (going to make eggplants fries today)
Almond and Soy milk
Sauerkrout
cosher dills
roasted seeweed
dried red beans
tomato bruschetta
bread, 2 (brand "Mestemacher",my favorite German bread. Today I've got one with pumpernickel and another with 3 grain cereal; Unfortunately pretty expensive, - $3.98)
Cheddar cheese ("Go Veggie", - bought this brand today 1st time to try. Did not like it at all!)
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1 can tomato paste
2 cans no-salt tomato sauce
2 cans no-salt diced tomatoes
2 cans no-salt black beans
2 cans no-salt garbonzos
Bay leaves
Angel hair pasta
Elbow macaroni
1 lb. dry brown lentils
1 lb. organic whole-bean coffee
2 Roma tomatoes
1 small eggplant
1 yellow squash
1 red bell pepper
5 small ears corn
Baby spinach
Button mushrooms
Babybel cheeses
2 bags no-salt kettle chips

-- A few of those items will eventually become vegetarian pastitsio! Forgot a couple things, though.... LOL
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I love beets. I pickle them or make them into soup. They are so good!
Waaay too sweet for me. 60% sugar & me with no sweet-tooth whatsoever..... blehhh. And the staining! LOL


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I had to google to find out what a swede is . In our grocery stores they sell it under the name "turnip". I have never bought or tried it before, but google says it's very healthy.

Do you cook it before you mash it? I wonder how does it taste (sweet, bitter)?
Also called a 'rutabaga' in the States. It's a sweet earthy root vegetable. I suppose not that dissimilar to carrots. You have to peel and dice it (2cm cubes), then boil it till tender (takes about 30mins) and drain. I put a tablespoon of dairy-free olive spread into it along with salt and lots of freshly ground black pepper then mash till smooth. If it's not been cooked properly it will be lumpy. I grew up with it as a regular vegetable and love it. Really cheap and they store for ages in the cupboard. Also good in autumnal stews and casseroles with barley, lentils, potatoes, cabbage etc. Num.
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-- A few of those items will eventually become vegetarian pastitsio!
That sounds interesting..
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I can't think of a root vegetable I don't like!
I don't recall if it was turnips or rutabaga that I sliced in sticks and baked like fries with a spray of oil and salt and pepper, but they were delicious that way!

Not fond of orange sweet potatoes but I do eat them on sale with curry, and or peanuts
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I had to google to find out what a swede is . In our grocery stores they sell it under the name "turnip"
If texans call rutabagas (swedes) 'turnips', what do they call turnips!
Boy, southern turnip greens would be different if swede greens were used (turnip greens are very sharp, swede greens are cabbagey and hide well in chili).
I have yet to find a good explanation of the flavor of rutabaga/swede roots. Its kind of its own musky flavor, with nothing similar.
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Back from Trader Joes!
Found some other things I like to add to the list-
There brand Harvest tea--hibiscus already spiced with ginger, cinnamon and obviously some stevia -natural flavor thing again, can't imagine milk stuff in tea right?
their Dynamo calcium added juice--with b12!
Their organic popping corn
raw sunflower seeds
Sprouted organic rice blend-red black and something else

After being so totally tight on grocery money I'm buying 'alternatives' like Tofurky sausage and vegan creme cheese and eating Daiya. I can't tell you how much I like them now! I didn't like any of that when I first quit meat except the few things I always ate like Boca and Gardien Chik'n. Better watch myself....
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If texans call rutabagas (swedes) 'turnips', what do they call turnips!
Boy, southern turnip greens would be different if swede greens were used (turnip greens are very sharp, swede greens are cabbagey and hide well in chili).
I have yet to find a good explanation of the flavor of rutabaga/swede roots. Its kind of its own musky flavor, with nothing similar.
I am not an aficionado in this type of root veggies, and probably Google has confused me as well .
In one of the articles that I have googled, turnip, swedes, and rutabaga were mentioned as synonyms.
Now I see that it's different veggies. I see turnip in our local HEB and it looks like swedes....

Well, anyway, I learnt something new today, thanks
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That sounds interesting..
I'll post a pic with recipe (& adjustments) this week. Gonna hafta saute & refrigerate the veggies (that tiny eggplant won't last long).... maybe precook & chill the lentils, too, to save even more time. LOL
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I can't think of a root vegetable I don't like!
I don't recall if it was turnips or rutabaga that I sliced in sticks and baked like fries with a spray of oil and salt and pepper, but they were delicious that way!

Not fond of orange sweet potatoes but I do eat them on sale with curry, and or peanuts
You might dig these, if you can find them. I pick 'em up once in a while. They're great with hummus... and for being store-bought chips, really low in sodium.
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Aldi has their Simply Organic brand 'exotic vegetable chips'! I've never bought them.
Do you have a good reason for being so low sodium?
When I was pregnant I thought I needed to go low sodium, my blood pressure got really low, and I like salt...
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Aldi has their Simply Organic brand 'exotic vegetable chips'! I've never bought them.
Do you have a good reason for being so low sodium?
When I was pregnant I thought I needed to go low sodium, my blood pressure got really low, and I like salt...
Well, I can be a fairly anxious person... fretful.... I don't go out anymore (only to my buddy's house), which helps. Empathic folks tend to pick up on the stress/anxiety/moods/vibes of others, so NOT surrounding myself with people is a good thing. I had a little scare over a year ago, checked myself into hospital.... chest x-ray & EKG were all clear, but my blood-pressure was through the roof. I've also been peri-menopausal for a while, so fun stuff happenin' there (palpitations, hot flashes, sweats, et al.... ALL of which have abated since going veggie/low-sodium/home-cook/organic/etc., etc)....
I never used to salt my food, but I was quite the lover of pre-packaged/frozen stuff, restaurant take-out, junk food, potaaaaato skins **drool**... and all that scrumptious garbage. Nowadays there's absolutely no mystery to what's in my food because I put it there. I've always used lots of herbs & spices in my cooking, so my sh*t is never bland. Besides, I'd rather taste the food than the salt.

Incidentally, I take medication for nothing and I feel fantastic.... better than I have in years!

So to answer your question.... yes. LMAO


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This afternoon from the local health food shop I picked up a few bits I don't get from my main supermarket shop:

Tarragon & Chive Plamil mayo (love this mayo, really tangy and fresh - I'm using it a lot at the mo')

Tartex Chilli Pate (a long time favourite vegan pate of mine; great on crackers, in workday sarnis or on doorsteps of hot wholemeal toast)

Sunita Halva (a traditional sesame based sweet, this stuff is super good with strong black coffee)

Vegi Deli Quarterpounders (never tried these before as I usually make my own bean burgers, but they were on offer)

Pure Soya butter (easy to get from the supermarket, but it was also on offer)

Wholewheat Cous Cous (I often use cous cous in salads, or as a side dish to spicy / stewy things instead of rice)
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My last order from ASDA (UK)

Tea Tree & Mint Shower Gel x 2
Wholemeal thick sliced bread x 1
'Steak Cut' oven chips x 1.25kg
Malt Vinegar
Bananas x 10
Baby potatoes x 1kg
Radishes x 200g
Avocados x 4
Watercress x 85g
Cauldron Tofu 400g x 2
Trimmed leeks x 1kg
Instant coffee dark x 200g
Ground Coffee Italian x 27g
Ecover Laundry Liquid x 1.5ltr
Alpro Vanilla Soya Drink 2 x 1ltr (amazingly delicious! I usually go for unsweetened..)
Alpro Chocolate Soya Drink 2 x 1ltr
Orange Squash
Blackcurrant Squash
Shloer White Grape Juice
Shloer Pink Grape Juice
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cocnut sugar
fishless fish fillets
burnt vanilla vegan icecrea
rice
bananas
raspberries
lemon

short and simple
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Well, I made a big batch of pasta sauce... figured five nights of falafel was fine. All that was missing was the parm.... so I dropped by Discount Health Foods for:

ORGANIC VALLEY PARMESAN CHEESE


(Ingredients: Organic pasteurized cultured part-skim cow's milk, salt, vegetarian enzymes.)

It's pasta tonight, baby!!


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I'll post a pic with recipe (& adjustments) this week. Gonna hafta saute & refrigerate the veggies (that tiny eggplant won't last long).... maybe precook & chill the lentils, too, to save even more time. LOL
I'll be waiting eagerly for this recipe!
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From Aldi:

1 litre extra virgin olive oil
small jar dill pickles
3 bell peppers: orange, red, and yellow
3 hearts of romaine
3 lbs sweet potatoes
3 lbs yellow onions
2 12 oz packages cranberries
celery
3 cans diced tomatoes
1 can diced tomatoes with basil
1 quart veggie broth
half gallon vanilla soy milk
2 sm cans tomato paste
3 heads garlic
1 bunch cilantro
7 jalapeno peppers
2 cans lentil soup
2 cans pumpkin
3 envelopes yeast
3 boxes 100% whole wheat thin spaghetti
1 pkg garlic hummus
1 lb baby carrots
1 avocado
1 pomegranate (mmmm pomegranate)

From Sprouts (Sunday or Monday):

ginger
kale
lime
tofu
mushrooms
tofutti sour cream
earth balance butter
gardein roast
5 lbs each white and whole wheat flour
pineapple
oranges
coconut sugar
kosher salt
chile sauce

Even with all the eating up I tried to do, I moved so many beans: cans of black beans and garbanzo beans, and bags of kidney, black, navy, and great northern beans...I'm not allowed to buy any more beans!

On the menu this week:
sweet potato quinoa black bean chili
african peanut stew with lime and kale
spaghetti marinara
Thanksgiving: gardein roast with mushroom gravy, garlicky yukon gold potatoes, cranberry orange relish, crispy tofu cubes with avocado and pineapple
leftover roast on sourdough bread with gravy

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Aldi has wasabi hummus now!
It's not very strong, but I like the flavor
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Wholewheat pitta breads
Thick sliced wholemeal bread x 2
Steak cut oven chips (frozen)
Vegetable stock cubes
Popping corn x 500g
Tortillas x 200g
Bananas x 10
Cooking apples x 4
Lettuce x 2
Avocados x 4
Watercress x 85g
Cucumber x 1
Granovita pate x 2
Wholewheat penne x 3kg
Wholewheat spaghetti x 500g
Fresh parsley x 100g
Salad tomatoes x 450g
Mustard
Broccoli x 1 head
Spring greens x 500g
Mushrooms x 650g
Frozen whole leaf spinach x 1kg
Tinned plum tomatoes x 4
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I just had an awesome shop!! This is from Waitrose.

spiralized courgette
pizza-flavoured tofu fillets
smoked tofu
stir fry vegetables
coconut curry sauce
whole wheat penne pasta
basil pesto
vegetable sushi
chocolate oat milk
wild rocket
sweet potato chilli
edamame soup
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Aldi has wasabi hummus now!
It's not very strong, but I like the flavor
Wasabi hummus sounds amazing. Sometimes I get their hummus quartet...jalapeno, roasted red bell pepper, garlic, and original. <3 hummus.

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Waitrose??? Man, you Brits have all the fun.... LOL
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Yeast at Sam's or Costco is so much cheaper than buying it in small quantities at the grocery store; my annual savings in yeast alone pays for the membership.

As with everything else, you just have to know what is a good deal where, and shop accordingly.
Yes. I buy my toilet paper, paper towel, trash bags, and salad mix from Sam's all the time!!! I buy other stuff like my bread and breakfast stuff for the kiddo. I wish TVP could be found there in big batches. I use to get my sugar there also when I used to bake a lot of cakes and things.
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Kunar's no-salt garbonzos
Kunar's no-salt black beans
No-salt tomato sauce
No-salt diced tomatoes
1 lb. organic dark-roast coffee beans
Extra virgin olive oil
Angel hair pasta
Rice Select couscous
Thomas whole wheat bagel thins
Flatout whole grain (flax) flatbread
Kikkoman whole wheat Panko
1 bulb elephant garlic
1 large avocado
1 large Spanish onion
2 Roma tomatoes
3 bell peppers (yellow, orange, red)
2 containers organic button mushrooms
1 container organic baby spinach
1 bag organic shredded carrots
Organic hazelnut creamer
Organic cream cheese
1 bag o' Babybels
Organic fresh basil
Organic garlic powder
Organic curry powder
2 bags no-salt kettle cooked potato chips
Avocado ranch dressing (Mmmm, sooo bad for me, I adore it... LOL)


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I so wanted to order from Vitacost.com to get Better than Boullion no beef while it's still availave, but there server froze...
SO, I went to Swansons and placed a large order esp since they had a great sale--

SW ULTRA CALCIUM L-THREONATE 90 VEG CAP 1 Shipped
BOB'S LRG FLKE NUTRITIONL FOOD YEAST 8OZ BOB'S LRG FLKE NUTRITIONL FOOD YEAST 8OZ 1 $8.38 Shipped
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BRAGG LIQUID AMINOS 32 FL OZ BRAGG LIQUID AMINOS 32 FL OZ
I'd never heard of 'L-threonate' before but I wanted to keep taking calcium supplements and a quick search showed it beneficial
The eye drops are for my two cats with that herpes type infection that causes runny eyes
And---Chandrika soap!! I so love that smell! I actuall called after placing the order to add it, then found I was really low on Braggs and called back to add that too!

I quit coffee--two weeks and I couldn't care less! I've decided to add matcha to my mornings
funny how I've drunk coffee daily since before my teens, I think I just found that window of opportunity and stopped it at the right time.
My taste buds are changing now. I like nutritional yeast waaaay more than I ever did!
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