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I've been living in a small town in S. Korea for the past four years -- no health food stores, no convenience foods with labels I could understand, etc. As far as groceries, I've primarily lived off fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, tofu, and homemade bread. Spices, dried fruit, and dried beans I get usually buy online, as int'l shipping often proves cheaper than buying the same products on the local economy. Same goes for toiletries and household products.

In the States, I lived within reasonable distance (half an hour) of a couple of nice health food stores, but I'm finding that I can buy so much more cheaply online that I'll probably continue buying many non-perishables that way even after we move back to the States. I'm just hoping that we settle near a good farmer's market!
 
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