Wednesday, February 23, 2011

My Favorite Bargains This Week

Grocery Outlet, Eureka:

North Coast Organic Apple Sauce with Berries 24 ounce (1 lb. 8 oz) $1.29 

Eden Organic Sauerkraut 32 ounce (2 lbs) $2.99 - the only ingredients in this product are the following Organic Cabbage, Water and Sea Salt

 Live Butter Lettuce $2.99

Glacier Foods Freestone Frozen Peaches 2 lbs $1.99

Eureka Natural Foods: 

Beelers 2 pound Bacon with No Nitrates, No Nitrites or other icky stuff, $11.99 

Organic Braeburn Apples   $0.89 per pound 

Organic Fuji Apples of all sizes, tiny to big  $1.19 per pound 

Organic Cauliflower $1.49 per pound ( although this is considered a clean veggie, I like to buy organic when I can and the price is comparable if not cheaper than non-organic right now) 


Organic Fresh Blueberries From Chile $6.49  for 24 ounces

Organic Frozen Blueberries $10.99 for 3 lbs

Brussels Sprouts  2 lbs $3.79 Pin It


  1. I heard that you found some bacon we can eat!! Thanks! Nick told me about coconut milk in the carton. Works great in my coffee. No lumps. It was at Eureka Health Foods for $5.29 for a half gallon.

  2. Yes I did, I listed in on my favorite Bargains this week, comes in a 2 lb package (that's the best deal at least) or they do have a smaller size to. And it is wonderful, nice thick bacon slices.
    Yes, I love the coconut milk in the box, for other things besides cooking. Always have one in the fridge, also the only thing I use for the kids now. I discovered that the Almond milk I was buying from Costco had undesirable ingredients added to it like starch, so I stopped using that for the kids.
    Check out the bargain list for Natural foods to find the brand name for the bacon.
    See you later today,

  3. I just found Coconut sugar crystal at the Co Op. New item. I got some for my coffee. Do you know anything about this item? Hopefully it's Paleo friendly.

  4. @ Irene,
    Well, I have some bad news for you, it's still sugar and should be used in moderation. If you must have something in your coffee, Honey would be your best option. The coconut sugar (like any sugar) is best saved for treats. It's glycemic index however, is better than Agave, which "specialist" are now finding is worse than high fructose corn syrup, go figure! If in doubt, go without, is my motto.

  5. oops, I didn't realized I hadn't signed out and signed back in, so my sons account was still open, it was me though.

  6. I wondered who that was. lol I thought it was too good to be true. Glad I only got a small amount. I did find the coconut creamer for my coffee. I think I'll just stick with that for now. I did buy the Agave a few months back but never used. Good thing!