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22-02-2016 16:56 #21
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22-02-2016 17:47 #23Senior Member
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Australian garlic. We can't do without garlic and I refuse to buy imported stuff.
22-02-2016 17:58 #24
22-02-2016 20:33 #25
Fresh produce - what do you buy even when it's expensive?
I usually buy what's in season and my partner is a green thumb so grows lots of strawberries, herbs and tomatoes in our tiny garden. I'll often buy blueberries though even if they are really expensive. I'll only buy fruit/veg from woolies or Coles if desperate we get it at the green grocer or markets which makes it a lot cheaper. I also buy free range eggs and meat, usually from a specialist butcher and that's something I won't compromise on. I just spend less on other things.
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22-02-2016 21:01 #26
I've paid $3 for a single stock of lemongrass before, crazy but if i have already meal planned and I need it I'll buy it, unless there is an easy substitute.
I do pay extra for organic apples, organic carrots and organic zucchini.
Also I will pay up to $4 for mangoes at the start of the season - I wait all year for mango season so by the time they start appearing on the shelf I'm desperado.
22-02-2016 21:02 #27
22-02-2016 21:13 #28
Blueberries/strawberries. My DS1 just LOVES them.
22-02-2016 21:23 #29
Blueberries & strawberries.
My kids love them. I feel bad saying no to buying fruit just because of the price. If they are asking for fruit over other things in the supermarket by god am i going to buy it
22-02-2016 21:24 #30
I must admit I don't really look at the price. I just buy what looks freshest and I won't buy imported.
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