Trader Joe's

Discussion in 'Food and nutrition' started by Serene, Apr 17, 2006.

  1. Serene

    Serene Guest

    I was saying (here or in chat, I forget) that I would shop more at
    Trader Joe's if I had lots more money, because I can't justify the
    expense for what are mostly luxury items for me.

    Well, a neighbor just brought us a thank-you gift for watching her
    cats while she's away: $90 in gift cards to Trader Joe's.

    Okay, folks, now's your chance to recommend stuff (I'll google, too --
    I usually pretty well ignore those threads).

    We don't drink wine (or alcohol at all, or soda or juice) or care much
    for sweets, and we're not that interested in junk food unless it's
    really kick-ass junk food. What should we keep an eye out for?

    Serene
     
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  2. Dee Randall

    Dee Randall Guest

    "Serene" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I was saying (here or in chat, I forget) that I would shop more at
    > Trader Joe's if I had lots more money, because I can't justify the
    > expense for what are mostly luxury items for me.
    >
    > Well, a neighbor just brought us a thank-you gift for watching her
    > cats while she's away: $90 in gift cards to Trader Joe's.
    >
    > Okay, folks, now's your chance to recommend stuff (I'll google, too --
    > I usually pretty well ignore those threads).
    >
    > We don't drink wine (or alcohol at all, or soda or juice) or care much
    > for sweets, and we're not that interested in junk food unless it's
    > really kick-ass junk food. What should we keep an eye out for?
    >
    > Serene


    I would recommend highly their juice in bottles. I believe there are four
    of them; 1) pomegrante, 2) sour cherry 3) cranberry 4) 3 in one- I forget
    what it is called, but it has pomegrante, cranberry & blueberry I believe.
    These are $3.99 and are well worth it in strength. If I didn't go there for
    anything else, this would be it. There are other things, but for me, this is
    the most valuable.
    Dee Dee
     
  3. On Mon 17 Apr 2006 09:05:31p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it Dee
    Randall?

    >
    > "Serene" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >>I was saying (here or in chat, I forget) that I would shop more at
    >> Trader Joe's if I had lots more money, because I can't justify the
    >> expense for what are mostly luxury items for me.
    >>
    >> Well, a neighbor just brought us a thank-you gift for watching her
    >> cats while she's away: $90 in gift cards to Trader Joe's.
    >>
    >> Okay, folks, now's your chance to recommend stuff (I'll google, too --
    >> I usually pretty well ignore those threads).
    >>
    >> We don't drink wine (or alcohol at all, or soda or juice) or care much
    >> for sweets, and we're not that interested in junk food unless it's
    >> really kick-ass junk food. What should we keep an eye out for?
    >>
    >> Serene

    >
    > I would recommend highly their juice in bottles. I believe there are
    > four of them; 1) pomegrante, 2) sour cherry 3) cranberry 4) 3 in one- I
    > forget what it is called, but it has pomegrante, cranberry & blueberry I
    > believe. These are $3.99 and are well worth it in strength. If I didn't
    > go there for anything else, this would be it. There are other things,
    > but for me, this is the most valuable.
    > Dee Dee


    Uh, Dee, Serene said they don't drink juice.

    --
    Wayne Boatwright @¿@¬
    _____________________
     
  4. Rusty

    Rusty Guest

    Serene wrote:
    > I was saying (here or in chat, I forget) that I would shop more at
    > Trader Joe's if I had lots more money, because I can't justify the
    > expense for what are mostly luxury items for me.
    >
    > Well, a neighbor just brought us a thank-you gift for watching her
    > cats while she's away: $90 in gift cards to Trader Joe's.
    >
    > Okay, folks, now's your chance to recommend stuff (I'll google, too --
    > I usually pretty well ignore those threads).
    >
    > We don't drink wine (or alcohol at all, or soda or juice) or care much
    > for sweets, and we're not that interested in junk food unless it's
    > really kick-ass junk food. What should we keep an eye out for?
    >
    > Serene


    I see you don't care much for sweets, but the Trader Joe's chocloate
    covered orange stick and chocolate covered raspberry sticks are great.

    Rusty
     
  5. Serene

    Serene Guest

    On Tue, 18 Apr 2006 00:05:31 -0400, "Dee Randall"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    >"Serene" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]


    >> We don't drink wine (or alcohol at all, or soda or juice) or care much

    <snip>

    >
    >I would recommend highly their juice in bottles.


    We don't drink juice (James is diabetic, and I prefer water), but I'll
    ask Carin if she wants some. Thanks!

    serene
     
  6. Serene

    Serene Guest

    On 17 Apr 2006 21:08:43 -0700, "Rusty" <[email protected]>
    wrote:


    >I see you don't care much for sweets, but the Trader Joe's chocloate
    >covered orange stick and chocolate covered raspberry sticks are great.


    Thanks! Maybe Carin will want them. I know I'm in the minority, but I
    just *hate* fruit and chocolate together, with no exceptions. (James
    is diabetic, so we don't usually have candy in the house at all,
    except for times like now when I've just hit the half-price Easter
    candy sale. ;-)

    serene
     
  7. axlq

    axlq Guest

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Serene <[email protected]> wrote:
    >We don't drink wine (or alcohol at all, or soda or juice) or care much
    >for sweets, and we're not that interested in junk food unless it's
    >really kick-ass junk food. What should we keep an eye out for?


    Hm, you covered most of what I get there....

    Well, they have a large selection of nuts and the prices are lower
    than just about anywhere else. I like mixing unsalted macadamias
    with salted pistachios, and a few raw almonds. Seems like each
    variety of nut can be found either roasted or raw, salted or
    unsalted.

    We also get wild rice there. You can get the dry grains, or in a
    sealed bag perfectly pre-cooked.

    You don't want junk food... well, try the Tofutti ice cream bars
    anyway. I have never had a nicer non-dairy ice cream. I haven't
    seen them anywhere else. They have other good frozen desserts too.

    In the frozen section they have good frozen fish. And they have
    some Trader Joes brand products, like little mushroom pastries that
    you bake in the oven.

    If you drink soy milk, the prices are good, and there's a Trader
    Joes brand available for even less.

    Near the checkout counter you'll find some low-carb sugar free dark
    chocolate that I think is pretty good.

    Various berries (like blueberries) are in season and low-priced at
    TJs also.

    I suggest you just go and browse around, and buy what strikes your
    fancy.

    -A
     
  8. aem

    aem Guest

    Serene wrote:
    >[snip]
    > Well, a neighbor just brought us a thank-you gift for watching her
    > cats while she's away: $90 in gift cards to Trader Joe's.
    > [snip] What should we keep an eye out for?
    >

    They carry Portlock brand smoked salmon from Seattle in both nova
    smoked and hot smoked styles. Excellent. Some of their other salmon
    is farmed (from Norway, I think) but the Portlock smoked is from wild
    salmon.

    They often have quite large, good quality shallots in little mesh bags.

    They have frozen racks of lamb that are great to have in the freezer
    for unexpected but special occasions.

    Their frozen (raw) fish and (raw and cooked) shrimp are very good to
    excellent quality.

    I think their butter and eggs are good quality and good value, but that
    may vary regionally, I don't known.

    Other miscellaneous things: maple syrup, a wide variety of coffees, a
    good selection of dried fruits, nuts--roasted or not, salted or not.
    Cheese selection is okay, but I have not had good luck with their
    crackers, which tend to be imitations of big brands and not so well
    made.

    I don't like a lot of their prepared cooked (and then frozen) foods,
    but that's more for taste than quality. -aem
     
  9. Mark Thorson

    Mark Thorson Guest

    Serene wrote:
    >
    > We don't drink wine (or alcohol at all, or soda or juice) or care much
    > for sweets, and we're not that interested in junk food unless it's
    > really kick-ass junk food. What should we keep an eye out for?


    The dried seeds and nuts are pretty good. The dried
    wild blueberries are excellent (not to be confused
    with the dried regular blueberries shelved right next
    to them). The house brands are usually quite good.
    Their saffron is first-rate and much cheaper than
    Whole Foods. Their canned chicken broth is good and
    cheap. Their frozen entrees are often quite good,
    and their frozen seafood is also good.

    I don't buy their meats (few if any of their red
    meats are nitrate-free), cheeses (their packaging
    gives an off-taste to the cheeses), or fresh
    vegetables (poor selection, mostly pre-pack
    rather than bulk or loose).

    Their price on Valrhona 71% bittersweet chocolate
    is much cheaper than Whole Foods. They also carry
    bittersweet chocolate bars in a silver wrapper
    from Chocovic which are cheap and quite good.
     
  10. On 17 Apr 2006 21:08:43 -0700, "Rusty" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >
    >Serene wrote:


    >> We don't drink wine (or alcohol at all, or soda or juice) or care much
    >> for sweets, and we're not that interested in junk food unless it's
    >> really kick-ass junk food. What should we keep an eye out for?
    >>
    >> Serene

    >
    >I see you don't care much for sweets, but the Trader Joe's chocloate
    >covered orange stick and chocolate covered raspberry sticks are great.
    >
    >Rusty


    I really like their pound plus chocolate bars, especially the 70% bar.
    Great for baking..and eating.

    Okay, my list:

    I like their Greek style yogurt. They also have the Total yogurt, but
    I think their own brand of Greek style yogurt is extremely good.

    They also carry Plugra (a European style butter), at very reasonable
    prices. And some of their olive oils are decent.

    And they carry King Arthur flours, at reasonable prices.

    And the dried fruits...try the slab apricots..oh my..those are so
    good.

    I am trying to think of more..

    Christine
     
  11. Rusty

    Rusty Guest

    Serene wrote:
    > I was saying (here or in chat, I forget) that I would shop more at
    > Trader Joe's if I had lots more money, because I can't justify the
    > expense for what are mostly luxury items for me.
    >
    > Well, a neighbor just brought us a thank-you gift for watching her
    > cats while she's away: $90 in gift cards to Trader Joe's.
    >
    > Okay, folks, now's your chance to recommend stuff (I'll google, too --
    > I usually pretty well ignore those threads).
    >
    > We don't drink wine (or alcohol at all, or soda or juice) or care much
    > for sweets, and we're not that interested in junk food unless it's
    > really kick-ass junk food. What should we keep an eye out for?
    >
    > Serene


    I see you don't care much for sweets, but the Trader Joe's chocloate
    covered orange stick and chocolate covered raspberry sticks are great.

    Rusty
     
  12. Dee Randall

    Dee Randall Guest

    "Wayne Boatwright" <wayneboatwright_at_gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Mon 17 Apr 2006 09:05:31p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it Dee
    > Randall?
    >
    >>
    >> "Serene" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]
    >>>I was saying (here or in chat, I forget) that I would shop more at
    >>> Trader Joe's if I had lots more money, because I can't justify the
    >>> expense for what are mostly luxury items for me.
    >>>
    >>> Well, a neighbor just brought us a thank-you gift for watching her
    >>> cats while she's away: $90 in gift cards to Trader Joe's.
    >>>
    >>> Okay, folks, now's your chance to recommend stuff (I'll google, too --
    >>> I usually pretty well ignore those threads).
    >>>
    >>> We don't drink wine (or alcohol at all, or soda or juice) or care much
    >>> for sweets, and we're not that interested in junk food unless it's
    >>> really kick-ass junk food. What should we keep an eye out for?
    >>>
    >>> Serene

    >>
    >> I would recommend highly their juice in bottles. I believe there are
    >> four of them; 1) pomegrante, 2) sour cherry 3) cranberry 4) 3 in one- I
    >> forget what it is called, but it has pomegrante, cranberry & blueberry I
    >> believe. These are $3.99 and are well worth it in strength. If I didn't
    >> go there for anything else, this would be it. There are other things,
    >> but for me, this is the most valuable.
    >> Dee Dee

    >
    > Uh, Dee, Serene said they don't drink juice.
    >
    > --
    > Wayne Boatwright @¿@¬
    > _____________________


    Uh - Forgive me, Wayne, and Serene, I didn't read past the words, alcohol or
    soda - I missed the word, juice!!!. But that's just fine, I'm not perfect
    as others are. My reading comprehension must be failing me this time of
    day -- sorry I missed it. Wayne, did you really have to point out my
    foillibles (I can't spell either).
    But all is not lost, maybe someone else will read my contribution and like
    it in spite of its redundancy. :))) Ooops, perhaps I'd better look up the
    word 'redundancy.' Too many proofreaders here, don't want to get called on
    that either.
    Off to refresh myself so I can more clearly answer ng questions tomorrow in
    between cooking and estimators tramping thru the house and recooping from
    the flu.
    Good night, Mrs. Callabash!
    Dee Dee
     
  13. Steve Wertz

    Steve Wertz Guest

    On Mon, 17 Apr 2006 20:54:28 -0700, Serene wrote:

    > Okay, folks, now's your chance to recommend stuff (I'll google, too --
    > I usually pretty well ignore those threads).


    Ugh. Not *another* one.

    -sw
     
  14. In article <[email protected]>,
    Mark Thorson <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Serene wrote:
    > >
    > > We don't drink wine (or alcohol at all, or soda or juice) or care much
    > > for sweets, and we're not that interested in junk food unless it's
    > > really kick-ass junk food. What should we keep an eye out for?

    >
    > The dried seeds and nuts are pretty good. The dried
    > wild blueberries are excellent (not to be confused
    > with the dried regular blueberries shelved right next
    > to them). The house brands are usually quite good.
    > Their saffron is first-rate and much cheaper than
    > Whole Foods. Their canned chicken broth is good and
    > cheap. Their frozen entrees are often quite good,
    > and their frozen seafood is also good.
    >
    > I don't buy their meats (few if any of their red
    > meats are nitrate-free), cheeses (their packaging
    > gives an off-taste to the cheeses), or fresh
    > vegetables (poor selection, mostly pre-pack
    > rather than bulk or loose).


    Our TJ's has some Niman Ranch beef and pork. Good stuff and well
    raised. When I find it there I do buy it but you have to look because
    they also have their brand which is not so nice.

    I really like the little cubes of frozen chopped garlic. So very
    convenient. Sometimes I get the frozen parsley too for those recipes
    where you just need a tablespoon and I don't want to buy a whole bunch.

    I'll second the nuts and dried fruit recommendations.

    We really like their hummus and mini pita breads. Their corn tortillas
    are good as well. Oh, and my son really likes the honey whole wheat
    hamburger buns.

    Their butter prices are generally good and I guess I've never gotten a
    funny tasting piece of cheese. Just lucky I guess

    My son loves the chicken caesar salads for lunch. His other favorite is
    the cheddar cheese popcorn although I suppose that's junk food. I like
    the organic white corn tortilla chips. They also have some good fresh
    salsas.

    marcella
     
  15. sf

    sf Guest

    On Mon, 17 Apr 2006 20:54:28 -0700, Serene wrote:

    > I was saying (here or in chat, I forget) that I would shop more at
    > Trader Joe's if I had lots more money, because I can't justify the
    > expense for what are mostly luxury items for me.
    >
    > Well, a neighbor just brought us a thank-you gift for watching her
    > cats while she's away: $90 in gift cards to Trader Joe's.
    >
    > Okay, folks, now's your chance to recommend stuff (I'll google, too --
    > I usually pretty well ignore those threads).
    >
    > We don't drink wine (or alcohol at all, or soda or juice) or care much
    > for sweets, and we're not that interested in junk food unless it's
    > really kick-ass junk food. What should we keep an eye out for?
    >

    CHEESE! That was the first reason why I started to frequent TJ and
    their price/quality still kicks ass . Now I love their TJ brand
    basalmic vineger in the lshort/squat square bottle. I also like their
    TJ brand EVOO in the tall/thin square bottle. Look at eggs, OJ,
    milk... they are at *very fair* prices. Vegetables may seem
    expensive, but they're organic so you'll get what you pay for.

    Cruise the isles. TJ isn't like Whole Foods. You can get a ton of
    good stuff for your money.... the problem is that it's like CostCo.
    You find so many bargins that you end up spending way more than you'd
    planned, just "saving" money.

    :)
    --

    Ham and eggs.
    A day's work for a chicken, a lifetime commitment for a pig.
     
  16. sf

    sf Guest

    On Mon, 17 Apr 2006 21:24:06 -0700, Mark Thorson wrote:

    > The dried seeds and nuts are pretty good.


    Their nuts are a real bargin. That's the place to go when you need
    pecans!
    --

    Ham and eggs.
    A day's work for a chicken, a lifetime commitment for a pig.
     
  17. -L.

    -L. Guest

    Serene wrote:
    > I was saying (here or in chat, I forget) that I would shop more at
    > Trader Joe's if I had lots more money, because I can't justify the
    > expense for what are mostly luxury items for me.
    >
    > Well, a neighbor just brought us a thank-you gift for watching her
    > cats while she's away: $90 in gift cards to Trader Joe's.
    >
    > Okay, folks, now's your chance to recommend stuff (I'll google, too --
    > I usually pretty well ignore those threads).
    >
    > We don't drink wine (or alcohol at all, or soda or juice) or care much
    > for sweets, and we're not that interested in junk food unless it's
    > really kick-ass junk food. What should we keep an eye out for?
    >
    > Serene


    They make a jarred Bruschetta spread (tomato-based) that is pretty
    good, and their frozen pot stickers, egg rolls and haricots verts are
    great. I like the Wizard Hats cookies - not too sweet and a bit
    buttery.

    -L.
     
  18. On Mon 17 Apr 2006 09:42:39p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it Dee
    Randall?

    >
    > "Wayne Boatwright" <wayneboatwright_at_gmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> On Mon 17 Apr 2006 09:05:31p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it Dee
    >> Randall?
    >>
    >>>
    >>> "Serene" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>> news:[email protected]
    >>>>I was saying (here or in chat, I forget) that I would shop more at
    >>>> Trader Joe's if I had lots more money, because I can't justify the
    >>>> expense for what are mostly luxury items for me.
    >>>>
    >>>> Well, a neighbor just brought us a thank-you gift for watching her
    >>>> cats while she's away: $90 in gift cards to Trader Joe's.
    >>>>
    >>>> Okay, folks, now's your chance to recommend stuff (I'll google, too
    >>>> -- I usually pretty well ignore those threads).
    >>>>
    >>>> We don't drink wine (or alcohol at all, or soda or juice) or care
    >>>> much for sweets, and we're not that interested in junk food unless
    >>>> it's really kick-ass junk food. What should we keep an eye out for?
    >>>>
    >>>> Serene
    >>>
    >>> I would recommend highly their juice in bottles. I believe there are
    >>> four of them; 1) pomegrante, 2) sour cherry 3) cranberry 4) 3 in one-
    >>> I forget what it is called, but it has pomegrante, cranberry &
    >>> blueberry I believe. These are $3.99 and are well worth it in
    >>> strength. If I didn't go there for anything else, this would be it.
    >>> There are other things, but for me, this is the most valuable. Dee Dee

    >>
    >> Uh, Dee, Serene said they don't drink juice.
    >>
    >> --
    >> Wayne Boatwright @¿@¬ _____________________

    >
    > Uh - Forgive me, Wayne, and Serene, I didn't read past the words,
    > alcohol or soda - I missed the word, juice!!!. But that's just fine,
    > I'm not perfect as others are. My reading comprehension must be failing
    > me this time of day -- sorry I missed it. Wayne, did you really have to
    > point out my foillibles (I can't spell either).
    > But all is not lost, maybe someone else will read my contribution and
    > like it in spite of its redundancy. :))) Ooops, perhaps I'd better
    > look up the word 'redundancy.' Too many proofreaders here, don't want
    > to get called on that either.
    > Off to refresh myself so I can more clearly answer ng questions tomorrow
    > in between cooking and estimators tramping thru the house and recooping
    > from the flu.
    > Good night, Mrs. Callabash!
    > Dee Dee


    Dee, I'm very sorry. My comment wasn't meant as a criticism. I thought
    perhaps you might think of something else at TJ's that Serene might like
    instead of juice.

    Personally, I love their juices, and I hadn't tried the one you mentioned.
    Now I will, because it sounds delicious.

    I misread things all the time, so you have company. I've been called on
    it, too, and not in a nice way. Please don't take it to heart. It wasn't
    meant that way.

    --
    Wayne Boatwright @¿@¬
    _____________________
     
  19. ntantiques

    ntantiques Guest

    Serene wrote:
    > I was saying (here or in chat, I forget) that I would shop more at
    > Trader Joe's if I had lots more money, because I can't justify the
    > expense for what are mostly luxury items for me.
    >
    > Well, a neighbor just brought us a thank-you gift for watching her
    > cats while she's away: $90 in gift cards to Trader Joe's.
    >
    > Okay, folks, now's your chance to recommend stuff (I'll google, too --
    > I usually pretty well ignore those threads).
    >
    > We don't drink wine (or alcohol at all, or soda or juice) or care much
    > for sweets, and we're not that interested in junk food unless it's
    > really kick-ass junk food. What should we keep an eye out for?
    >
    > Serene


    My pantry wouldn't be complete w/o TJ's Kalmata EVOO, capers, Dijon
    Mustard, roasted red peppers, pine nuts (hands down, the best price
    around), wild rice, cous-cous, dried pastas, kosher flake salt,
    balsamic vinegar, organic sour cream, cheeses, chicken, beef, and
    veggie stocks, and, of course, the fabulous frozen garlic cubes. I'll
    be surprised if you can't find plenty of products that you'll be very
    happy with, but if you run out of ideas, you can aways snag an armload
    of TJ's daffodils @ 6 stems for a buck and bring a little sunshine into
    the soggy Bay Area...

    Nancy T
     
  20. Dee Randall

    Dee Randall Guest

    "Wayne Boatwright" <wayneboatwright_at_gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Mon 17 Apr 2006 09:42:39p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it Dee
    > Randall?
    >
    >>
    >> "Wayne Boatwright" <wayneboatwright_at_gmail.com> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]
    >>> On Mon 17 Apr 2006 09:05:31p, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it Dee
    >>> Randall?
    >>>
    >>>>
    >>>> "Serene" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>>> news:[email protected]
    >>>>>I was saying (here or in chat, I forget) that I would shop more at
    >>>>> Trader Joe's if I had lots more money, because I can't justify the
    >>>>> expense for what are mostly luxury items for me.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Well, a neighbor just brought us a thank-you gift for watching her
    >>>>> cats while she's away: $90 in gift cards to Trader Joe's.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Okay, folks, now's your chance to recommend stuff (I'll google, too
    >>>>> -- I usually pretty well ignore those threads).
    >>>>>
    >>>>> We don't drink wine (or alcohol at all, or soda or juice) or care
    >>>>> much for sweets, and we're not that interested in junk food unless
    >>>>> it's really kick-ass junk food. What should we keep an eye out for?
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Serene
    >>>>
    >>>> I would recommend highly their juice in bottles. I believe there are
    >>>> four of them; 1) pomegrante, 2) sour cherry 3) cranberry 4) 3 in one-
    >>>> I forget what it is called, but it has pomegrante, cranberry &
    >>>> blueberry I believe. These are $3.99 and are well worth it in
    >>>> strength. If I didn't go there for anything else, this would be it.
    >>>> There are other things, but for me, this is the most valuable. Dee Dee



    I thought
    > perhaps you might think of something else at TJ's that Serene might like
    > instead of juice.
    >
    > Personally, I love their juices, and I hadn't tried the one you mentioned.
    > Now I will, because it sounds delicious.> Wayne Boatwright @¿@¬


    Thanks, Wayne,
    There are four different juices in four different bottles -- 1) 100%
    pomegrante; 2) 100% sour cherry; 3)100% cranberry 4)triple berry which is
    pomegrante, cranberry & blueberry all in one bottle.

    My other liking that I find nowhere else is their Irish Breakfast tea bags
    80/$3.29. One bag is enough for a 4 cup pyrex pitcher. If you like Green
    Tea, they have a pretty-good quality tea bag of Lung Ching, I think it's
    called (Dragon Well Tea). I believe it has their TJ's name on it. We use 2
    bags per 4 cup pitcher, but with Dragon Well, it is custom that it can be
    used 3 x. It is a weak tea, so one doesn't know when it's finished!

    Last time I splurged on their organic butter $4.49#. It is good. The only
    problem is DH will at one meal use almost a stick's worth. Hope it's true
    that butter is better than margarine or I'm going to be a widow soon.
    Dee Dee
     
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