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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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    Seafood
    Tinned meat
    Meals in a tin/ lean cuisine type meals
    Sushi

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    seafood

    sushi

    canned meat like spam (we do but canned tuna and the canned chicken however)

    towels/manchester

    sauces in a jar, although have started buying the masterfoods pouch sauce bases, we're very critical foodies and I must say the sauce bases are pretty good

    pet stuff (we have no pets)

    magazines etc

    energy drinks

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    Probably about a billion things lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homeschooling4 View Post
    Probably about a billion things lol
    This is my thoughts too. They sell so much stuff it would be easier to list the stuff I do buy! We actually buy very little food at the supermarket, preferring the fruit & veg store, butcher/fish market and local organic/health food store.

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    I buy everything from the supermarket. Obviously i only buy what we need but I have no problem buying anything and everything from there.

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    I dont buy any packet or jar sauces eg dolmio, chicken tonight. No tinned meals or premade frozen meals. I never buy juice (ever) or cordial. I dont buy organic anything. I dont buy pet food or coffee pods.

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    As lso i dont buy alot of stuff from the deli section- salad, raw meat, sliced meat (i can only buy it if it is shaved to order;.


 

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