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Elise Zimmerman says ...
Some of my staples include: at least three bunches of organic kale, a jar of tahini or almond butter, a variety of organic vegetables for juicing (celery, red beets, fresh ginger, cucumbers, jalapeno peppers, a large bag of carrots) and some green granny smith apples. Other staples are tomato sauces, a variety of pastas, soy turkey in a package, two 32 oz. boxes of low sodium chicken broth, a loaf of olive bread and at least two 32 oz. boxes of almond or rice milk from Whole Foods.
12/28/2011 10:21:23 PM CST
ODELLA F RICH says ...
I have several items I must stock from Whole Foods for Healthy Eating - one is Black Beans - I love the recipe for Black Bean Soup - the other item is Squash Soup - It is rally delicious. Always have the greens in the fridge - must have Avocados in the fridge for snacking on - I am a vegan person which helps control my Diabetic 2 problem - on no meds - just eating right. Thanks for letting me enter the contest - I love to shop at Whole Foods - sometimes I am shopping at least 3 times a week. Everyone have a great day.
12/29/2011 7:16:14 AM CST
Mary says ...
I stock my pantry with plenty of rice, pasta, bread crumbs, nuts, dried cranberries and assorted jams and preserves, rice milk and almond butter, candied ginger, and a variety of spices
12/29/2011 9:17:07 AM CST
Susan says ...
My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving mainly because of all the great food...Although I no longer eat meat I will eat an organic, wild range , non antibiotic turkey on that day. The one food I must have is sweet potatoes. Growing up it was one of the few times we ate them during the year, and we always had them on Thanksgiving. They are very tasty and nutritious. Now I make sure I eat them at least once a week, and I will buy only the organic ones which I can usually only find at my Whole Foods store near where I work. I try to buy all my organic fruits and vegetables there.
08/28/2013 5:32:51 PM CDT