Which is a bad thing because I would be so happy to get every thing I ever wanted there. I mean, they have a whole aisle of natural make up & skin care products alone that I could spent an hour just looking at things.
But its probably a good thing - at least my hubs says so - because we'd be flat broke poor.
We had to run out that way for a vehicle issue & I had to take advantage of being near the store. Ricky just dropped me off & told me he was headed to another store.... natural food shopping doesn't make him as excited as it does me....
Only 20 minutes later & 2 small bags later, I was down $81.00 ... OUCH!
But I was oh so happy & left with no regrets... would spent another $81 if I were in there longer.
So here are the goodies I got this trip...
I told you I was excited about Veggie Rolls & was so sad when I ate my last one over the weekend.
Green Olive Hummus? Oh my gosh! I was excited to get a natural / organic hummus & then saw this? I love green olives. Fun fact about me: I love salty stuff. People are shocked how much salt I put on products. So green olive hummus? A little salt taste to go with hummus. Win Win.
Himalayan salt ... my all time favorite. The hubs doesn't care for it, but I go through it enough myself. (See? Salt is my friend)
Found these little things on sale. I figured these would be good to take to work for lunch or for a quick dinner when Ricky wants to pick up something that has meat in it... bleh... I'll stick with my vegan/vegetarian options. Hope they taste pretty good. I bet that Bombay has a smell to it though. My office will just LOVE that....
Blender Bottle - I never had one. I've always used my NutriBullet, but I always wanted one of these to be able to take with me if I ever need to shake & go.
Roasted Red Pepper Pasta sauce. Mmmmm!!! I have some mushroom ravioli that this will be perfect with. I hate all the high fructose corn syrup in regular pasta sauce. Stupid.
Pure Honey - its made locally so I love that for allergy purposes. I can go through some honey. #savethebees
I'm all about my teas. I've never had the Pomegranate tea from Argo, but I do love Argo Teas. I love the bottles. Someone told me they drink so much of it, they learned to paint the bottles & make them little single bud vases - isn't that a great idea???
& again, waiting on Starbucks, I'm getting desperate to find a good Green Tea with peach. Tazo is what Starbucks uses anyways so I'm anxious to try this one.
& I love this Kombucha. Its my favorite. I forgot not to shake it though & opened it on the way home... & it was like a science experiment where things explode. Only I didn't have on goggles... or paper towels. Good times.
I'm still in debate on protein powder, so I love when I can try some samples. I'm interested in the Vega Nutritional Shake. Full of vitamins & healthy stuff. Anxious to see how it tastes.
Spirulina Energy Bar... Yeah, I talked about having the powder & putting it in a smoothie & I wanted to spit it out onto the cabinets. EWW!! So going to try & see if I can get my spirulina in this way. I did see Banana puree is an ingredient so at least that has something going for it.
& I was excited to find gum with no aspartame. BUT, I tried a piece & found out that after about 3 good chomps, it has zero flavor. Oh well. I'll take the 3 good chomps of fresh breath then ingesting aspartame in regular gum.
I'm kinda addicted to plain raw almonds. I love they're chewy....
& I never bought pitted dates but always see them being used in recipes. So now, I have to look up "Pitted Dates" on Pinterest... may be my next "Pinterest Says So" post :)
SO yeah... not much for $81.00, but it all makes me happy...
Ever tried any of these?
What do I need to put on my list for Whole Foods for my next trip out?
What an I do with these dates?
What an I do with these dates?