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#1 of 35 Old 01-17-2007, 11:02 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi. I'm heading over there today. What's really good there?

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I think their cheese and nuts are very affordable. They've also got some nitrate-free TJ's brand chicken sausages that are relatively cheap.

I don't go wild on the produce there because a lot of it comes prepackaged so you can't pick and choose. If you like juice, they have a lot of good 100% juices like cranberry.

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i have found TJ's very "hit or miss" so its not my #1 place to grocery shop.

some things i really love are:

british (english) muffins
spring mix salad
all their pizzas
great price on big dr. bronner's peppermint magic soap
volvic bottled water
TJ's canvas bags
jojo's oreo-type cookies but they are addicting (i prefer newman o's though)

things to avoid IMO:

the produce (too much packaging plus it goes bad amost imediately)
TJ's loaf bread (ick! i much prefer rudi's!)

i have also heard that they have a great hummus & a great cilantro salad dressing.

i have always liked how super friendly the people that work there are.
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their frozen lemonaid. oh my gosh it is too good for words!!

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cashew macadamia nut butter
organic marinara sauce (I use it as the base for spaghetti sauce)
nuts, dried fruits
frozen pork potstickers (I use them in potsticker soup)
frozen steak burritos
32 oz grade B maple syrup
organic sugar
avogadro's guacamole

Stay away from:
their whole wheat pastas

Not everything is trans-fat free, so you have to read the labels of the processed food.
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The Fage Greek yogurt is TDF! I also really like the dried fruits -- several are unsulfered, and the prices are good. Oh, and raw almond butter, if I can't make my own -- it's so yummy, and very reasonably priced, as well. As someone mentioned, cheese is a good option at TJ's -- they sell several raw cheeses, which I am always on the lookout for. Also, if you drink wine, TJ's is the place to get it.

We don't have a TJs where we live anymore, but I've been to the nearest one twice in the past month, and those are the things I'm always sure to pick up.
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At the top of my TJ"s list would be Two Buck Chuck - the Charles Shaw wines - I think they are all good - the merlot is great - and for $2-3 a bottle, you can indulge !

The nearest TJ's is a couple of hours away - we go with two coolers and really stock up, because their prices are way, way better than our local HFS. Some of the things other folks have mentioned are great (esp the potstickers - so good). I don't normally get a lot of prepared foods, but I do on a big TJ's trip - so,

frozen pierogies (even better than my homemade, and that's saying something !)

tiramisu torte (unbelievably good)

bags of frozen edamame (cheap)

organic chocolate syrup (1/2 the price of our HFS)

fruit leather, wraps and laces (great, and again, cheap)

cereal bars

bottles of - maple syrup, olive oil, different vinegars, capers, cornichons, etc., and of course the aforementioned wine.

Have fun shopping !
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Ethiopian coffee.
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Just bumping this up, since I'm going in a few hours! Looking for more ideas...
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Just got back!

* Free Range, Organic Eggs

*Organic Reduced-Sugar Fruit Preserves (mmmmmmm . . . .)

* JoJo's! Yes! Definitely!

* Cheeses

* DH is addicted to their Soy Pitas

* Avogadro's Number Guacamole

* The Hot and Sour soup in the glass jars . . .

and if you have a dog, the dehydrated Chicken Breast treats (without all the usual added junk) will make your pup the happiest dog on earth. Seriously.

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I'm jealous that you can find all of those things at your local TJ's.

I'm disappointed in the one here in Wisconsin. It seems like a great place for pre packaed organic junk food, and even at that there are Trans Fats in a lot of it.
Not sure if all TJ's are the same, but I definately prefer whole Foods

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Just finishing the TJ's Crinkle Cut Potato Wedges. Pretty good and so much better than the orei-das. I'm am so sad that they no longer carry the potstickers, at least not out here (Washington state). Every time I've asked, they say they are looking for another supplier.

These are my stock up items:
Grade B Maple Syrup
Savory Rice Crackers
Frozen fruits are pretty well priced - even the organic
Byrani rice - if you can find it
Grated Parmesean cheese
Nuts
Organic canned beans
Canned kalamata olives

Then I usually try a new thing or two just for fun.

Oh yes, and the Scharffenberger chocolate bars - not inexpensive, but it's got to be some of the best chocolate ever.
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I agree with a pp who said that it's very hit and miss. I like to go there because there are some things that I just can't find at our other HFS (Henry's), but I can't believe how much junk they have. I was really disappointed to see so much HFCS in so many of their products. However, I'm thinking about making a TJ's trip once or twice a month, to get some things I can't get at Henry's (Henry's is up the street, and TJ's is about 15-20 minutes away). I'll be going for:

-Banannas! Their organic banannas are only 19 cents/lb; at Henry's, they're 79 cents/lb!!!

-Organic potatoes. They are MUCH cheaper than I can get them at Henry's.

-Frozen seafood. They have a really good selection that Henry's just can't beat. Henry's has a "fresh" seafood section, but, a lot of it has been previously frozen, so you can't refreeze it again, which is what I tend to do a lot. Also, I think wild-caught salmon is only $6.99/lb at TJ's, while it's always upwards of $8/lb at Henry's, when it's on sale (they claim that the regular price is $12.99/lb!!!). My parents used to buy squid at TJ's when I was growing up, but I haven't found it there myself...

-Fresh baked bread (french, ciabatta, etc.). It's only good the first day though. It gets hard realllly fast.

There are a few other things that I can't remember off the top of my head right now. Even thought their produce selection is very limited and it does go bad quite quickly as some have already said, I like to get some of it if I'm going to be using it right away, since it usually is sooo cheap.

Oh, and their prepared guacamole is AMAZING!

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the guac, the hummus, the wine, all yummy. our current addiction from TJs is the SnapPeaCrisps. OMG yum. we eat them right out of the bag like chips. only $1.19 a bag, so worth trying if you havent had them before. and the veggie chips.

why dont you like the whole wheat pastas? we practically live on those! cheap, easy and yummy.

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I agree with a pp who said that it's very hit and miss. I like to go there because there are some things that I just can't find at our other HFS (Henry's), but I can't believe how much junk they have. I was really disappointed to see so much HFCS in so many of their products. However, I'm thinking about making a TJ's trip once or twice a month, to get some things I can't get at Henry's (Henry's is up the street, and TJ's is about 15-20 minutes away). I'll be going for:

-Banannas! Their organic banannas are only 19 cents/lb; at Henry's, they're 79 cents/lb!!!
Are you sure that is the price on the bananas? At my TJ's they are sold by the piece NOT pound. So organic bananas are $0.29/banana. 2 bunches last week cost me $3.77. I have not done the math to see if that is cheaper than the $0.99/lb that I would pay at the other grocer.....I also get a bag of organic avacados SUPER cheap, the 3 LB bags of organic apples & pears are way cheap, the peeled organic carrots are cheap, the cheese is awesome & the tortilla chips are great! We also like the cheap wild sockeye salmon! No 2 buch chuck in CT though
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OMG we eat sooo much Trader Joe's hummus. It is so much better than any other I've tried. We eat it with the whole wheat mini-pitas. We eat about three bags of pitas and two containers of hummus a week!

We were just there and the potstickers were back after being gone for a long time!

They just came out with a whole wheat veggie lasagna that is pretty good.
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Are you sure that is the price on the bananas? At my TJ's they are sold by the piece NOT pound. So organic bananas are $0.29/banana. 2 bunches last week cost me $3.77. I have not done the math to see if that is cheaper than the $0.99/lb that I would pay at the other grocer.....I also get a bag of organic avacados SUPER cheap, the 3 LB bags of organic apples & pears are way cheap, the peeled organic carrots are cheap, the cheese is awesome & the tortilla chips are great! We also like the cheap wild sockeye salmon! No 2 buch chuck in CT though
Oooh, I don't know...those signs can be so misleading sometimes! I'll have to check the next time I'm there...Thanks for the heads up!

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Oh, man, TJs is one of the things keeping me from moving. Seriously. I do most of my shopping here, filling in with produce from my CSA and more produce from the HFS.

Organic:
butter
Strauss full fat yogurt
1/2 & 1/2 (my vice for coffee & tea)
non-homogenized milk (when I can't get raw locally)
free range eggs
cheddar cheese
pepper jack cheese
sprouted grain bread (TJs brand)
Os cereal (like cheerios)
I don't like all of their produce, but the avocados, strawberries and basil are reliably good and cheap (compared to other places) for organic
tortillas (whole wheat and corn)
corn chips
peanut butter
various bottled 100% juices/juice blends (cherry, unfiltered apple, cranberry, blackberry, various combos of these)
lemonade (and limeade, although lately they haven't had any )
chicken (whole or pieces)
canned beans (garbanzo, pinto)
ginger snaps
maple syrup
chocolate
bagged salad
cashews
dried cranberries
various whole bean coffees...right now I'm drinking the Nicaraguan kind
turbinado sugar
steel cut oats
fruit cereal bars
feta cheese

Non-organic
whole wheat pita bread
fresh OJ (you can either get organic pasteurized or non-organic non-pasteurized; I'm never sure what to pick!)
pasta (not sure what the PP didn't like about the whole wheat kind)
frozen french green beans
"quick cooking sirloin" (basically sirloin thinly sliced...I use it for my not-healthy, but oh-so-good homemade cheesesteaks. Mmmmmm)
marinated mozzarella balls
walnut oil
orange muscat vinegar
garlic oil
hummus when I'm too lazy to make it
sprouted wheat bagels
TJs "oreo" style cookies (I love the vanilla kind)
blackberries
cut up butternut squash for the grill

Vitamin oranges & C
Evening primrose oil
Lots of yummy frozen desserts (as in, they have a lot that I like, not that I buy a lot of them )
vanilla paste
pumpkin pie spice
cinnamon
Reeds ginger beer
regular beer
chocolate brownie mix (only tried once, but they're *yummy*!)
green tea muffin mix
pine nuts
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our favorites are:
ketchup (we won't even use any other kinds anymore!)
nuts/dried fruit
all of their yogurts - goat, soy, greek, etc. I love the fig!
pre-dd I loved their pecan shortbread cookies - YUM!
sunflower seed butter
maple syrup
almond flour - CHEAP!
olive oil
and we typically stock up on canned goods as well because their prices are so good
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Just finishing the TJ's Crinkle Cut Potato Wedges. Pretty good and so much better than the orei-das. I'm am so sad that they no longer carry the potstickers, at least not out here (Washington state)
OMG YES! I recently discovered those potato wedges, and I am in lurrrve. Hee!

I'm in WA state too btw. I don't know where you are, but I usually shop at the Everett or Lynnwood stores.

My favourite, hands down, is their garlic salsa. And the organic chips (the circular ones...). They're very tasty and not too salty for me, which I'm kinda sensitive about. But that garlic salsa? One time they were out of it for about 2-3 weeks, and I ran out of my reserves in the meantime, and then I started to go a little crazy. It's sooooo good.

dd loves the quiche, but the amount of fat in that tiny little thing is staggering for the likes of me.

the vegan chocolate chip cookes. Holy crap, those are good.

...I'm sure I could go on...

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This has been fun to read, thanks for the suggestions, our favorites are:

~Coffee - whole bean in caniisters - Ethiopian

~Trader Joe's pancake mix (in red box, not whole wheat) - for making scones! YUM!

~JoJos - of course

~Brown eggs, milk, cheeses . . .

~Luna Bars - much cheaper than anywhere else

~Snacks: soy crisps, sesame sticks, peanut butter filled pretzels

We just found out that if you get the brown bags you can return them to the store and are entered into a raffle to win free groceries (those that are not used for crafts in our house - we've recently read the Paper Bag Princess here!).
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I go there at least once a week for the milk- it's the cheapest place to get organic milk that's not ultra-pasturized in my area. While I'm there, I get pasta sauce, cookies, eggs, butter, OJ, etc. I can't do ALL my shopping there though. Some stuff I stock up on from regular grocery stores (dried beans, tomato paste, etc) some stuff I get from the HFS once a month (bulk sugar, bulk rice flour) and some stuff I get at Fairway (goat milk, coconut oil, kosher meat, olive oil.)

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I'm in LaCenter, WA, down south near Portland. I just read a post from the Pacific NW that the potstickers are back! I'm calling this morning to see if they are available in Vancouver. Keeping my fingers crossed...
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Oooh. *potsticker luck!*

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Ooh! I hope the potstickers are back where I live! Mmmm!

Here are a few of my favorites:

I love the hummus. So far i've tried roasted red pepper and sundried tomato hummus. i got a container yesterday and i've almost eaten the whole thing

100% whole wheat pretzels are delish.

Trail mixes

Dessert Bread mixes

Great deals on all cereals. I love kashi go lean and their fruit and fiber (or something like that) cereal.
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Oh I also wanted to add that there are 2 TJs near me. They carry some completely different things. So the differences in TJs aren't just regional. It's kind of frustrating!
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Ok I'm going post crazy. I promise this is my last one. The all-time best product they have is called Pirates Booty. It's puffed corn kind of like cheese popcorn. It's a definite hit with little kiddies.
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veggie booty rocks harder than that. they are like green cheetos, no wait thats thetings by the same company. but they are not cheesey, just salty and green. SO full of green veg and yummy

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Our TJs standards:

Strauss plain yogurt
Milk
Eggs
Butter
Nuts
Maple Syrup
Cheeses (especially blue cheese)
Sprouted multi-wheat bread
Cereals
Cat cookies (occasionally)
Unburied treasure - the TJ pirates booty knock off, I have an addiction
Organic Valencia peanut butter
Organic fruit spread
Freeze dried fruit (more of a staple when DS was younger)
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Trail mixes, Kalamata olive oil, hummus, belgian chocolate w/almonds, blueberry pie. cat cookies (for people)
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