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I just typed this up in response to a question at the WW FF board, so I thought I'd copy it over here too! This is what I came up with quickly. I know I'm missing stuff...

 

popcorn

bulgur

wheat berries

ww couscous

ww pasta

brown rice

oatmeal

grits

wheatena

steel cut oats

cornmeal

dry milk

dry beans

canned tomatoes

canned tuna

olive oil

canola oil

vinegar

fruit

baby carrots

onions

garlic

veggies in general, fresh and frozen

ff plain yogurt

soy parm

ff cheese slices

eggs

soy milk

cocoa powder

herbal teas

ff cottage cheese

lean meats

sf coffee flavoring syrups

shredded wheat n bran

puffed rice and/or wheat

splenda

roasted edamame

barley

applesauce

salsa

oat bran

 

What do YOU keep on hand??? What would be your getting started SiFi shopping list??


Lynn

 

I bike for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

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Great post!!

 

All these above, and (some of these might be on there and I just missed them!)

 

Wild Rice

Oatmeal

fat free plain yogurt

frozen corn on the cob

frozen broccoli

baking potates

whole wheat pasta

tomato soup

bean and ham soup

split pea and ham soup

vegetable beef soup

olives

fat free/sugar free pudding mixes

fat free/sugar free jello mixes


Kelli from MN

 

"change happens one day at a time"

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Ooh, you have some I missed!!! Thanks!!!!


Lynn

 

I bike for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

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Where would I find bulgur

wheat berries in the store?:bcb_march

 

Those are new items in my cupboard. I found them at a health food store last week. Now I am working on figuring out what to do with them.:bcb_smile


Trudie

HW: 195.6/SW: 195.6

CW: 133 PGW: 138 WWGW: 155

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I get bulgur and wheat berries (wheat kernels) at places that sell bulk foods. The place I normally buy them happens to be a little country store with bulk foods. They are very inexpensive there (under $1 per pound)....If you have a store that sells bulk things, look there. Some grocery stores have bulk things and there are places like Trader Joe's that have them too (I don't have a Trader Joe's near mebcb_sad)...A health food store would be my last choices as they'd be EXPENSIVE!


Lynn

 

I bike for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

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Lily, from my Walmart experiences, I'd say you could find barley but not whole wheat couscous or bulgur. You CAN find whole wheat pasta though! And I'd imagine also brown rice.:bcb_smile


Lynn

 

I bike for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

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