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    I don’t know why but I like seeing other people’s shopping lists! I just find it interesting to see what they’re going to buy! Lol
    Here’s mine. Obviously only just started, mostly just stuff that I’ve used up and know that we need. It’ll get added to in the next few days.
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    Oh interesting. I don’t have a list I add to regularly I just have a look in the fridge/pantry before I go shopping.

    Maybe I should though because sometimes I miss the things I don’t often use.

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    It’s all in aisles as I sent hubby to get it (hence the little instructions lol)

    Shopping

    Avocados
    Cos lettuce (2pack)
    Red capsicum
    Cucumber
    Bananas
    Strawberries
    Apples
    Zucchini
    Broccoli
    Cauliflower
    Kale
    Baby spinach (big packet)
    Mushrooms
    Watermelon
    Dates

    Deli
    Turkey breast

    Eggs x2
    Muesli x2
    Kids snacks (opposite muesli)
    -chip packet
    -sesame snaps
    Aussiemite (vegemite)
    Honey (cause)
    Swisse vitamins kids

    Bread (gluten free) x2 (not white)
    Wraps plain

    Sakata rice crackers seaweed x2
    Corn thins x2
    Milk
    -coconut milk (blue one) x3
    -almond x4

    Gluten free pasta x2
    Passats

    Falafels
    Sauerkraut
    Colby cheese
    Feta cheese (Greek woolies)
    Salmon (300g)
    Bacon $9 packet
    Nutelex (if they have the coconut one, otherwise olive oil)

    Chick peas
    Kidney beans
    Tin tomatoes

    Earths choice laundry soak (2kg)

    Toilet paper
    Frozen fish
    Frozen fruit

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    Just did next weeks meal plan!

    Fruit and veg

    watermelon
    peaches
    apricots
    white cherries
    kale
    beans
    ginger
    garlic
    cauliflower
    bananas
    ginger
    brown onion
    red cabbage
    lettuce
    basil
    Lemons
    green capsicums
    parsley

    Grocery

    butter
    Greek yogurt
    a2 milk
    cream
    eggs x 2
    feta
    sour cream
    orange juice
    sun dried tomato pesto
    tartaric acid
    citric acid
    castor sugar
    sourdough
    mineral water
    sardines for dog
    buritos
    linguine
    pita bread
    chick peas
    honey
    pistachios
    tissues


    Meat/fish

    salmon x 4
    chicken breast
    beef strips for tacos
    green prawns for pasta
    lamb

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    I do an online shop. I don’t bother writing bread. I buy my meat separately.

    I can’t believe people shop without a list!

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    We don’t use a list really unless it’s something that we don’t always buy. Like rice. We only buy it every few months so have to write it down. We buy pretty much the same stuff every fortnight and we go up and down each aisle so we go past everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
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    I do an online shop. I don’t bother writing bread. I buy my meat separately.

    I can’t believe people shop without a list!
    I don’t shop without a list but I shop mostly online. Woolies app has every “list” for every time that I’ve ordered so I just go back and check the last 3 or 4 lists and add it it to the trolley.

    I do make a list for fruit & veg and meat as I go to butcher and green grocer but I do a list on my phone notes and delete off the list as I buy it.

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    Mine was a "top up" shop:

    Bbq sauce
    bread
    beef noodles
    pasta
    hokkein noodles
    sunscreen
    windex
    jatz

    apples
    cherries
    pineapple
    red potatoes
    sweet potato
    chinese cabbage
    capiscum
    lettuce
    broccoli
    ginger

    pork mince
    chicken breast
    beef mince

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    This was my most recent shop - first time I’ve shopped online for a while! I typically buy more fresh produce and chicken breasts, but I have some unused stuff from the previous shop (chicken is in the freezer).

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    For tomorrow, like a PP I have it on my phone and delete items as I grab them.

    Bakery:
    Bread x2 (freeze to last the week)

    Bulk food store (i don’t need to go here every week though):
    Whole meal plain flour
    White self raising
    LSA
    Instant oats
    Muesli
    Lentils (French)
    Lentils (red)
    Brown rice
    Pasta
    Cashews

    Fruit and veg shop:
    Berries x4
    Grapes
    Pears x4
    Apples x4
    Peaches x4
    Watermelon 1/4
    Mangoes x4
    Broccoli x2
    Cauliflower
    Carrots x6
    Capsicum (red)
    Eggplant
    Red onion
    Brown onion x3
    Sweet potato x3
    Sugar snap peas
    Celery
    Lettuce
    Tomato
    Cucumber

    Supermarket:
    Lamb back strap
    Chicken thigh
    Pork scotch fillet
    Olives
    Ham (triple smoked) x150g
    Eggs
    Milk x2
    Cheese
    Nutelex
    Cream (300ml)
    Muesli bars
    Pasata
    Kids toothpaste


 

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