And an update - I am trying to feed us completely from pantry, but I did go to the store a couple of days ago. I bought eggs, brown rice flour, vanilla, more apples for the kids, and a loaf of bread for DH (I no longer bake gluten bread, he doesn't like GF bread, and he's home all the time - he eats cheaper options if he can make sandwiches!)
Oh, and I totally forgot, my mom gave us a $100 TJ's GC, which I used to stock the pantry further and get some things I can't get nearby - canned baked beans (DH's favorite "fast food"), organic hot dogs (kids' favorite "fast food" - I guess this was a kind of treat), peanuts for picky DS, bread for DH, multivitamins (nutrition insurance - I figured my mom would want me to get something like that), Oxyclean, and toilet paper. It was very strategic shopping and I only spent 43c more than my GC.
At TJ's I resisted the urge to buy anything sweet or treaty, and I didn't even buy avocadoes. I feel like I practiced tremendous restraint!
I will need to buy eggs on an ongoing basis, but I think we can manage without other stuff for a good long while. We'll see.
Amanda, mom to Everest (12), Alden (10-1/2), Ellery (7-1/2), & Avery (6)