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Hi,<br><br>
I was just curious what all of your favorite organic supermarket products are...the ones you find in your local store...not in a health food store?<br><br>
I am finding that my local supermarket is starting to carry more and more organic products and fruits and veggies and I am so excited about that because it means I don't have to travel all the way to the next town to shop at Mother Earth for my stuff.<br><br>
My favorite product that my supermarket carries is Burt's Bees products.<br><br>
Thanks for sharing,<br><br>
Kristy<br>
Mom to Rebecca (12) and David (2)
 

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I love Annie's skillet meals. The one that is like macoroni and cheese and you add beef is really good. It is easy and has been great for DH to fix when I was resting after the birth of DD.<br>
I love lots of stuff really. I could make a really long list, but that is what came to mind first <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
 

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Thanks for sharing! I will have to look and see if they have the Annie's products at my local store today when I go grocery shopping.<br><br>
Kristy<br>
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When I found out that soy could have ill effects for my boy (increased estrogen levels) I stopped eating it so frequently starting when pregnant.<br><br>
I was using it 2-3 times a week for dinner (boca, mostly). So, what do you do when a staple in your diet is out?<br><br>
I discovered Quorn products by accident. My supermarket just converted to several natural food aisles, and I picked up their "chicken" patties. Soy & meat free it claimed. WOW! are they delicious. Way better than any soy product you can get. And then we started trying their other products, naked cutlets, goatcheese stuffed "breasts", nuggets, chopped strips for stir fry, ground crumbles, and meatballs. All just wonderful! They are made from mycoprotien, which gathering from the box, is mostly mushrooms fermented similar to soy. Neato. The variety is great, and you can cook them like any meat...grilled, baked, sauteed, even microwaved in a pinch!
 
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