Apple Juice*
Bread Flour (white)*
Frozen Berries*
Kidney Beans*
Meat Free Mince*
Soya Milk*
Sparkling Water
Tinned Tomatoes*
Sweets (skittles/starburst/strawberry laces…)
Bourbon Creams or Ginger Nuts
Plus anything from the stores that needs restocking, and treats like biscuits and wine when we can afford them!
*most weeks depending on stores

Fruit and Vegetables
10 Apples
2 Aubergines
2 Avocados (sometimes)
6-8 Bananas
8 Carrots
2 punnets Cherry Tomatoes
1 Cucumber
Celery (1 head)
2 Courgettes
2 bunches Grapes
6 Onions
4 peppers (mixed)
1kg Potatoes (most weeks)
Salad Leaves or Spinach
Either cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, spinach or butternut squash
Occasionally sweet potato, parsnips, scallions
Plus extra fruit in season. Any vegetables that aren’t used by the end of the week end up as stock or soup. Any fruit is chopped and put in the freezer for smoothies or jam.
I usually spend around £50-55 on groceries at the supermarket per week to feed 2 adults and 3 children.

Buy Online (regular but not weekly
These are not available locally…

Amazon Subscription:
Rice Noodles
Rye Flour
Spring Roll Wrappers
Sausage Mix
Nutritional Yeast
Peanut Butter (Meridian)
Penne pasta
Red Lentils
Coconut Oil

I also buy bulk beans and nuts from Amazon because its cheaper with the subscription than small amounts from Tesco:
Aduki Beans
Haricot Beans
Brown basmati rice
Cannellini beans

Occasionally /Irish Online Vegan Store
Fry’s Chicken-Style Strips
Fry’s Chicken Nuggets
Vegan treats of various sorts

Vegan Cross
Veganic Pizza Cheese

Spices of India

Low Carb Megastore

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