Last week I started a mini-series on what my weekly grocery shopping looks like as we're trying to eat foods that are better for you and more nourishing. Here is this week's grocery purchases:
Horizon Organic Milk (they were out of Homestead Creamery's Whole Milk)
Chips - Daniel's been eying "my" bag...
Organic All Purpose Flour
All Natural White Whole Wheat Flour
2 doz. Brown Eggs
(10) "1/3 Less Fat" Cream Cheese
A few notes about what I bought today:
I need to do some digging to see if there's a better option for when recipes call for oil. I did purposely stay away from "Vegetable Oil" as it is just soybean oil (very bad for you). In the meantime, I'm about out of oil and decided to get some more for now.
The Cream Cheese was part of a Mega Sale and while I'd love to make my own one day, I was out and this was a good time to stock up a little. The Cream Cheese added $10 to my bill, so I'm happy :)
I am curious, though... if you have a whole/real foods-type diet, what does a grocery shopping trip bring home and for how much?