We purchase butchered meat, rather than raising and butchering our own. We don't mill our own flour. Most of the nuts we buy are already shelled. I purchase already-made granola and cereal. I purchase milk, cheese, butter, plain yoghurt, cream and ice cream, rather than owning dairy animals and making our own. We buy our beans and lentils already hulled and dried. We have many different sorts of pre-made hot sauce in our fridge. While we make and can our own chutneys and salsas, we also have some store-bought varieties. We purchase pre-dried fruit (raisins, apricots, cherries, etc.) and other pre-dried items, such as various hot peppers. Our spices are already dried and sometimes ground. We don't make our own wine. We make only some of our beer. We sometimes purchase barbecue sauce, rather than making our own. We usually have a bottle of salad dressing that's pre-made, rather than always making our own. We usually (but not always) use store-bought mayonaissase (I can't spell that word). We usually purchase store-bought mustard and many other condiments (Worchestershire sauce, Pickapepper sauce, vinagars, etc.). We don't put up our own anchovies, but buy them already preserved. Same with most of our pickles. We don't make our own soy sauce or oils. We don't always use homemade stocks, though I'd like to change that. I think that about covers it.