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A week in the life: Produce edition

July 22, 2012

Here at the Randall headquarters we go out to eat and have some frozen-food and plenty of soup-from-a-can sort of meals.  But, more and more, the core of our eating is from food that gets rinsed or peeled then chopped and steamed or sauteed or baked.  Since I eat a lot and often, it is quite a bit less expensive to cook at home, and it’s much healthier and usually pretty tasty (though I do screw up about once a week).

Below is a photo of the produce for the week, mostly organic but all bought from Safeway (a “normal” grocery store).  Cost for everything pictured is under fifty bucks and will provide the base or entirety of about 10 meals for our family of 3 food eaters (sorry, Story, you’ll get your portion via mom’s boobs).

The actual quantity of food isn’t too clear here since much of it is stacked.  For example, there are 16 potatoes (8 sweet, 8 yellow).  The variety includes kale, broccoli, mixed green, avocados, zucchini, onions, potatoes, tomatoes, peaches, strawberries, grapes, and bananas.

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  1. Your Wife permalink

    You forgot to tell everyone tip #1: Amy’s Tomato Bisque Soup makes everything extra yummy!

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