I have posted before about my Amazing Real Food deals at Grocery Outlet but I thought I would share some photos of what I recently purchased at my local Grocery Outlet store. I got a HUGE amount of food for storing in the freezer and pantry for all under $80. That may seem like a lot, but I think it’s great considering how far all of these things will stretch. I hope you’ll indulge me as I share my finds:
I have never seen these anywhere! I bought 3 packages! NO SUGAR!
There was a wide assortment of Yogi Herbal teas for $1.99; these are normally close to $5!
I use tea tree oil in homemade beauty products and cleaning products, and these two bottles cost less than the normal cost of one!
I always stock up on Epsom Salt whenever I see a good price because this is a great, inexpensive way to pamper yourself with a detox bath.
I was so excited to find Organic Vegetable Starts for $1.50 per 6! Mustard Greens, Lettuces, and Broccoli starts for my winter garden!
Organic Tomato Paste: $.50 each. I stocked up and got a whole case; this is a staple in our home for sauces and lacto-fermented ketchup.
This was the FIND OF THE DAY!!! Uncured bacon for $1.99! Granted, it's not organic and I do shudder to think how it's raised. Sorry folks, I brake for uncure bacon deals!
This cold-pressed olive oil has the looks of being decent, although one never knows. It is in a dark glass bottle, which is promising. The price was good, too, around $4.
These are my favorite deals; the "bargain produce shelf". I purchaed bags and bags of fresh tricolor peppers (in good shape) for $0.99 per bag (there were 3-4 peppers per bag). I choped them and froze them in baggies for use in sauces, soups, and stir-fries.
I think the happy dance I did in the aisle when I saw the uncured bacon drew some stares, and I couldn’t stop talking about the cacao chips. It was a good day. My daughter could sense it, and she asked if she could have a pack of glittery pencils in the impulse buy section of the checkout line. I think it’s really cute when your kid passes up the candy and sets her eyes soley on pencils. A proud moment and a wonderful shopping experience