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#151 Old 02-04-2016, 01:20 PM
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#152 Old 02-04-2016, 04:51 PM
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A case each of Bob's Red Mill:
Tapioca Flour
Vital Wheat Gluten
TVP
Garbanzo Bean Flour

4 Boxes of pop tarts (for the kiddo)
A vegetable tray (for work party)
blueberry muffin mix
Pineapple coconut soda (looked interesting)
Strawberry Banana (ditto)
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#153 Old 02-04-2016, 05:22 PM
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What is Chao cheese. I never had it, I try to google it on Serbian websites but nothing ( Care to share, what it tastes likes, benefits and so on... ???
It might be just a USA thing. :/

"Creamy Original Chao Slices are vegan, coconut-based and seasoned with chao tofu to provide a rich and creamy cheese." (From their website.)
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#154 Old 02-04-2016, 09:29 PM
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What is Chao cheese. I never had it, I try to google it on Serbian websites but nothing ( Care to share, what it tastes likes, benefits and so on... ???
It's delicious vegan cheese! Field Roast is a great company and makes a lot of incredible vegan products: http://fieldroast.com/product/chao-slices/

I'm not sure if it's available in Serbia, it might be available to order online.

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#155 Old 02-05-2016, 07:50 AM
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It might be just a USA thing. :/

"Creamy Original Chao Slices are vegan, coconut-based and seasoned with chao tofu to provide a rich and creamy cheese." (From their website.)
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#156 Old 02-05-2016, 07:52 AM
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It's delicious vegan cheese! Field Roast is a great company and makes a lot of incredible vegan products: http://fieldroast.com/product/chao-slices/

I'm not sure if it's available in Serbia, it might be available to order online.
Wow thanks. It looks good. I have not seen it here.
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#157 Old 02-05-2016, 06:59 PM
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romaine lettuce
curly kale
turnip greens
3 bell peppers
leeks
button mushrooms
3 clusters of broccoli
10 bananas
pineapple
4 navel oranges
mango
bulk couscous
brazil nuts (bulk item)

Daiya chedder shreds
Blue Diamond unsweetened almond milk
Rudi's organic bakery english muffins
frozen mix peas/carrots
frozen blueberries
frozen strawberries
jar black bean salsa
can chickpeas
dried black beans
2 cans tomato paste
macaroni
canned pumpkin
garlic powder
fairtrade coffee (for coffee maker)

wild bird seed (for the birds, not me lol)
reading glasses (my very first pair..I have been getting chronic eye strain and headaches that seems to have coincided with starting to code an average of 50 operative reports per day for anesthesia services in addition to hundreds of chemo infusion charges and then coming home and spending time on Veggieboards)
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#158 Old 02-06-2016, 10:26 AM
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Big Aldi trip today and I'm going to Sprouts tomorrow as I have an urge to make a mushroom sherry stew and Aldi had no good mushrooms today

2 packages whole wheat tortillas
2 lbs baby carrots
1 bag Italian lettuce blend
1 bag spinach
2 lbs split peas
2 lbs lentils
2.5 lbs bananas
1 jar baby dill pickles
3 avocados
2 lbs red grapes
2 packages rice cakes
2 packages chipotle black bean burgers
1 lb roma tomatoes
2 bags frozen mango/pineapple blend
1 head cabbage
2 jars caramelized onion pasta sauce
4 cans chili beans
half gallon vanilla soy milk
3 cans tomato basil soup
3 cans lentil soup
3 cans pasta fagioli soup
1 20 oz canister raisins
4 cans pineapple tidbits in juice

I went a little soup crazy, especially considering I still have a half gallon of homemade squash soup to eat, but finding THREE kinds of soup with no chicken broth, no "natural flavors", and no dairy got me all happy inside.
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#159 Old 02-06-2016, 11:23 AM
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Wholewheat tortilla wraps (for fajitas)
Wholemeal bread x 2
Apples x 6
Stir fry Chinese vegetable mix x 3
Spring greens (to go with V-Hoppin John & nut roast)
Head of celery
Conference pears x 4
Cucumber
Garlic x 4 heads
Honeydew melon
Iceburg lettuce
Bag of lemons
Bag of mixed peppers (for fajitas & pasta sauce)
Fresh ground coffee
Soya milk x 2 litre
Oat milk x 1 litre
Almond Breeze x 1 litre
Pure sunflower spread
Course grain mustard
Madras spice paste (for curries with vegan Quorn)
Hoisin sauce (to go with stir fry veggies and noodles)
Sparkling spring water: 8 x 2 litre
Berries cordial
Grape cordial
Orange juice: 2 x 1 litre
Tinned plum tomatoes 2 x 400g (for weekend fry up)
Tinned chopped tomatoes 2 x 400g (for pasta sauce)
Butternut squash (for veggie tagine)
Brown onions x 6
White mushrooms x 500g (for weekend fry up & pasta sauce)
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#160 Old 02-06-2016, 11:35 AM
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Vegetables and fruits rule! I took tomatoes, cucumbers, avocado, shpinat, salad, pineapple, apples, grape, bananas ) tomorrow I'll cook breakfast of a champion!
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#161 Old 02-06-2016, 11:46 AM
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@teensiie on instagram is a picture i took from trader joes and albertsons

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#162 Old 02-06-2016, 11:57 AM
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Butternut squash (for veggie tagine)
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I am intrigued. Would you share a recipe?
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#163 Old 02-07-2016, 09:19 AM
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I am intrigued. Would you share a recipe?
Try this one. The sweet and fragrant spice sauce with soft golden veggies & couscous is lovely:

http://bitofthegoodstuff.com/2013/02...=1&printsect=1
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#164 Old 02-07-2016, 11:19 AM
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@Spudulika Everything you eat sounds so amazing.
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#165 Old 02-08-2016, 05:43 AM
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@Spudulika Everything you eat sounds so amazing.
I really like eating
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#166 Old 02-09-2016, 08:17 AM
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Let's see,
Six mangoes
15lbs of bananas
One water coconut
Three avocados
Kale
Spinach
Potatoes
Zucchini

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#167 Old 04-09-2016, 05:32 PM
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cucumbers x4
1lb strawberries x2
pop tarts (for the kiddo)
frozen wild mushrooms in garlic sauce
3.5lb bananas
gardein crab cakes
neat Italian mix
neat breakfast mix
drinking straws
vitamins
candy(for the kiddo)
white vinegar
seedless watermelon
hot sauce x2
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#168 Old 04-10-2016, 09:26 AM
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Thick sliced wholemeal loaf x 2
Jar cayenne pepper
Jar herbs de provence
Red wine
White wine
Jar smoked paprika
Jar asafoetida
Salad tomatoes x 12
Spring greens x 500g
Butternut squash x 1kg
Fresh coriander x 1 bunch
Fresh root ginger x 200g
Red onions x 500g
Mixed fresh chillies x 6
Mushrooms x 650g
Instant coffee
Ground fresh coffee
Brown basmati x 1kg
Packet tomato & onion pasta x 2
Mustard
Orange cordial
Strawberry cordial
Sparkling elderflower drink
Sparkling red grape juice
Pearl barley x 500g
Mixed dried salad beans x 500g
Tinned mushrooms (I like to keep one of these in the cupboard "in case")
Tinned potatoes (ditto)
Peach slices in juice x 700g
Granose vegetable pate
Birds Eye vegetable fingers 2 x 14
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#169 Old 04-10-2016, 10:03 AM
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Lots of Beans- black,cannelini,pinto,kidney
blackberries
cantalope
green and red peppers
lettuce
cucumbers
sweet potatoes
walnuts
kalamata jumbo olives
dark chocolate
Soy cherry ice cream
rice noodles
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#170 Old 04-22-2016, 02:28 PM
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Sweet chili sauce, tofu and soba noodles! I've never cooked my own soba noodles before although I frequently order it at restaurants.

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#171 Old 04-22-2016, 03:15 PM
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Water Crackers
White Rice
Oats x2
Veggie Dumplings
Unsweeened Almond Milk
Daiya Cheddar Cheese
Salad Greens
Peanut Protein Bars
Large Green Bell Pepper
Scallion
"Vegetarian" Chick'n
Daiya cheesecake
Cabbage
Potatoes
Beets
San Marzano tomatoes
Carrots
Garlic
Fresh Bread
Napa Cabbage
Red Chili Flakes
Dry Shiitake Mushrooms
Daikon Raddish
Sweet Glutenous Rice (If you can't tell by now, I made vegan kimchi :3)
Onions
Yams/Sweet potato
Avocado
Samosa Chips
Channa Masala
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#172 Old 04-24-2016, 02:47 AM
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Last night I bought:

hummus (of course! Haha! :-))
baby carrots
spinach
almond milk
tofu
cashews
dark chocolate
bananas
whole wheat spaghetti
and
canned tomatoes
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#173 Old 04-24-2016, 08:44 AM
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Tortilla chips
Salted peanuts
Pickled jalapenos
Cantonese cooking sauce
Roast coffee
Instant coffee
Wholewheat spaghetti
Instant noodles
Chopped tomatoes x 4
Peeled plum tomatoes x 1
Tinned red kidney beans
Tinned butter beans
Grape cordial
Orange juice x 1 litre
Elderflower presse
Pomegranate and elderflower presse
Soya milk
Muesli
Oatbran
Granola
Muesli bars
Celery
Lettuce
Spring onions
Carrots x 1 kg
Mushrooms
Broccoli
Oven chips
Frozen hash browns
Frozen cauliflower
Bell peppers mixed x 700g
Bananas x 10
Kiwi fruit x 6
Spring greens x 500g
Red onions x 4
Fresh parsley x 100g
Wholemeal tortilla wraps
Sliced wholemeal bread x 2 loaves
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#174 Old 05-03-2016, 05:47 AM
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Wholemeal pitta bread
Sliced wholemeal loaf
Violife vegan cheese slices (easy to source, not too pricey, nutty taste, texture similar to Edam)
Ground fresh coffee
Red cooking wine
Tandoori spice blend
Salted peanuts (he's always craving savoury snacks so I've started filling him up on nuts)
Tortilla chips
Low fat French dressing
Salad tomatoes (these are starting to plump up, thankfully - I don't like small hard tomatoes)
Carrots x 1kg (I go through carrots a LOT in cooking; in every stew, soup, pasta sauce, stir fry or just as a side vegetable)
Cucumber
Huge bag of garlic
Gem lettuce
Bananas x 3lb/1.5kg
Eating apples x 2lb/1kg
Cooking apples x 1lb/.5kg
Red onions x 1lb/.5kg
Mushrooms x 650g
Brown onions x 2kg
Bok choi x 200g
Mixed peppers x 700g
Cooked beetroot x 350g
Alpro soya custard
Ground almonds x 150g
Vegetable spring rolls 3 x pack of 6
Soya milk (fortified) 2 x 1 litre
Pure sunflower spread x 500g
Sparkling natural mineral water 8 x 2 litre
Elderflower presse 2 x 750ml
Pomegranate & elderflower drink 2 x 750ml
Sliced black olives
Bulgur wheat x 500g
Dried chickpeas x 500g
Tinned baked beans x 2
Chopped tinned tomatoes x 4
Granose vegetable pate
Frozen sweetcorn x 1kg
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Aldi has pineapple jalepano hummus that is YUMMY!
They have buffalo and garlic kale. Getting buffalo next

Cantelope--very good
pineapple --very good
red grapes- not the best, but good
bananas

linguine noodles
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#176 Old 05-21-2016, 12:37 PM
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a fun trip to Trader Joes---- because----
vegan marshmallows!
Trader Joes own brand and I hope they stay
I wasn't missing marshmallows, but these are sugary, gummy good! And $2.99 is okay for a treat. Haven't toasted yet

2 tempehs
soy chorizo
2 packs of Tofuy Italian sausage, 1 to freeze, 1 for rigatoni
extra firm tofu
2 boxes frozen vegetable biryani
frozen Japanese fried rice
vegan mozzella
raw cashew pieces (finally in stock)
fat free refried beans
2 expresso dark chocolate batons

Thought about the tea tree foaming face wash but passed. Any users? Good for dry skin?
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what a fun thread!

'twas a couple days ago but let's see if I can remember ^_^ we go shopping once a week, so i often have produce and pantry staples left over from the week prior

- avocado
- red pepper
- green pepper
- leek
- red onion
- white cabbage
- cremini mushrooms
- fresh dill
- extra firm tofu
- soft grain french bread
- provolone
- organic soy milk
- nut & fruit blend trail mix
- raw cashews
- raw almonds
- bulgur
- liquid smoke
- chickpeas
- fresh fettuccine
- chocolate and potato chips (hubby's, not mine LOL)

tomorrow we will be picking up a few stray things at the local Nature's Fare (stuff the grocery store either doesn't have or sells more expensively)

- nooch
- hemp hearts
- tempeh
- panko
- maybe some Gardein burgers and canned soups if I'm feeling flush LOL ^_^
- probably a vegan peanut butter chocolate chip protein bar LOL
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#178 Old 05-21-2016, 06:06 PM
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a fun trip to Trader Joes---- because----
vegan marshmallows![/COLOR]
Trader Joes own brand and I hope they stay
I wasn't missing marshmallows, but these are sugary, gummy good! And $2.99 is okay for a treat. Haven't toasted yet

2 tempehs
soy chorizo
2 packs of Tofuy Italian sausage, 1 to freeze, 1 for rigatoni
extra firm tofu
2 boxes frozen vegetable biryani
frozen Japanese fried rice
vegan mozzella
raw cashew pieces (finally in stock)
fat free refried beans
2 expresso dark chocolate batons

Thought about the tea tree foaming face wash but passed. Any users? Good for dry skin?
No I have not used tea tree, but I do use the African black soap. I absolutely love it.
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#179 Old 05-21-2016, 07:36 PM
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No I have not used tea tree, but I do use the African black soap. I absolutely love it.
Trader Joe has black soap? I haven't seen it- I've thought of trying Shea Moisture nubian black soap, but waiting for a sale.
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#180 Old 05-22-2016, 11:30 AM
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Roma tomatoes
Black beans
Sweet potatoes
Zucchini
Bell Pepper
Enchilada Sauce
Raw Cashews
Celery
Bok Choy
Eggplant
Dates
Coffee (regular and decaf)
Cherries
Nectarines
Bread
Green Onions
Vegetable Oil
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