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Grocery sales and recipes 8/9/15

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You may have noticed that I only post info about sales on meat and produce. Processed crap foods are crap at any price, so you won’t find sales on oreos, or even “healthy” frozen organic meals. You’re on your own for those. See Glassman’s “World Class Nutrition” for more info.

This week, I’m taking advantage of the following:

Zuppardi’s (OK, I may not drive to Zuppardi’s. But you should, because …) Whole boneless New York strips, cut free, for $4.99 per pound.  Zuppardi’s also has whole tenderloins cut free for $14.99 per pound, if you’re feeling posh.  You could have Christmas dinner in August, using the same technique from my Rib Roast video for either of these roasts. Holiday Rib Roast Video.  Or you could have Zuppardi’s cut the roasts into steaks, and throw half in the freezer for later.

Rouse’s

Boneless Center Cut Pork Loin: $1.66/lb. Perfect for this recipe from Paleo Leap. Pork Loin with Dijon Glaze

Roma tomatoes: .78/lb. Salsa, and guacamole, because Rouse’s also has 10 for $10 avocados this week.

 

Winn Dixie

Blueberries and blackberries: $2/pint or 6 oz.

Boneless, skinless chicken breasts. These are usually insipid and my least favorite cut, but the kids like them. Especially in this Paleo chicken nugget recipe that is kinda like a Chik-Fi-La takeoff from Stupid Easy Paleo. Paleo Nuggets I now use the dill pickle brine whether I make Paleo nuggets or splurge on regular ones.

Cauliflower: $2.95/each. Cauliflower rice is a great substitute, although you’re not going to mistake it for Uncle Ben’s unless you drown it in some other food. If you eat beans, it’s pretty good with black or red beans. Here’s a recipe from Primal Palate. Cauliflower rice

 

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