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    Eggs (I'm highly allergic and my family don't eat them)

    Microwave meals like Lean Cuisine

    Canned products with meat in them

    Offal

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    Most sweet items in the frozen aisle

    Plug-in home fragrances (DH hates them)

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    Pre-made cakes/sponges/pastries in the bakery section

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    Biscuits, crisps, junk food because I'm an animal and can't be trusted.

    Lol, comedy gold! I feel your pain sister!!!

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    Default What do you never ever buy at the supermarket. ?

    I buy majority of our food from specific shops so the supermarket is usually to just get household stuff like toilet paper , some pantry items or cleaning products so I only go monthly or a quick run in if I've forgotten something etc but I never usually buy :
    Anything from the deli
    Packet , pre made sauces or frozen meals
    Tinned food ( except a certain brand of tomatoes and sometimes salmon )
    Pet food
    Tea or coffee
    Meat, seafood or fruit ( usually not veggies either but I have bought onions , herbs and chili in vegetable emergencies )
    Cereal
    Drinks ( except mineral water)
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    Potatoes in a can......... saw them yesterday doing my groceries

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Poppy View Post
    Potatoes in a can......... saw them yesterday doing my groceries
    We buy these all the time. Must be more of a uk thing cause ate them all through my childhood!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post

    Chewing gum. Pointless.

    Panty liners. Snicker. Don't we all change our underwear daily?

    Whats something you would never buy?
    You have obviously never used crinone! It's an IVF medicated pessary that needs to be inserted up the hoo-ha and dribbles out for the rest of the day. Lovely. After a few weeks of that you are buying liners in bulk. The really thin ones aren't noticeable.

    I buy sugarless chewing gum when I have a bit of a sweet tooth on the way home from work.

    I would never buy sugary fizzy pop or energy drinks. Bleargh.
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    I don't buy ready meals. Packet mixes. Jarred sauce. Pet food or stuff in general. Energy drinks. Tea and coffee.

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    Seafood!

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    oh lots of these things

    - air freshener - I have a gorgeous dusk candle and that is the only thing I use
    - fish
    - sauce in a jar (DH is italian and would shoot me)
    - towels/manchester (yuck)
    - tinned meat of any kind
    - actually my woolies has horrible meat so no meat ...
    - bread

    I do mostly veggies from the fruit and veg, bread from the bakery and meat from the butcher ... so mostly just cleaning/pantry stapes etc from supermarket.


 

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