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Old Sun, Aug-05-18, 08:34
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Trader Joe's has Finally! added Bone Broth, Chicken and Beef. But...it is $2.99 for two cups!

The single packs of Volpi prosciutto wrapped around mozzerella sticks and the Citterio salami and cheese packs have been moved in our store to the pre-made lunch items, salads, wraps, LC grab n go items for lunch.


Costco also added a new artisan bone broth, in the fridge next to HWC, also expensive.
http://pressery.com/broths/
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Old Mon, Aug-06-18, 14:58
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Virta Health sent a generic Low Carb shopping list and Tips, but it also had their Trader Joe's favorites with a few Costco items too.

https://blog.virtahealth.com/low-ca...ocery-shopping/
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Old Wed, Aug-15-18, 17:10
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For collagen users, new TJ item is the Great Lakes collagen in green can. 7 Oz. For $9.99.
Amazon is $27.49 for 16 Oz.
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Old Mon, Sep-03-18, 12:23
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Janet- you bummed me out that I had missed the nasty oil in the crabcakes. Luckily, my TJ's stopped carrying them but we do have the frozen lump meat. Thanks for tip!

How do you take the collagen- so you add it to a drink?
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Old Mon, Sep-03-18, 12:48
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New product- frozen riced cauli bowl with chickepeas, tofu, sweet potato and kale (i think might be spinach).

It is clearly a single serve bowl, but lists 2.5 servings.
It was delicious and VERY filling but who wants to reheat something frozen, heated and then microwaved again? That would make it watery IMO.

Each bowl is 300 kcal and 19 net carbs I believe (can't find nutrition online yet), so it might be 18. Total for bowl is listed on package next to "serving."

At any rate, I really enjoyed it. And while 18-19 is a splurge for me, if I plan ahead that works easily within 30-35 per day. I recommend adding 2 eggs for protein and half an avo for fat.

It is nice way to enjoy a bit of sweet potato and beans without having to worry about leftovers/food waste.
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Old Tue, Sep-11-18, 05:37
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Just now saw your question. I add collagen to regular TJ boxed broth, pretending to make it more healthy like bone broth. And very hit or miss when I remember to do it, so I cannot claim my joints or skin are better for it. Now that I can easily purchase it locally, I should be more consistent. Havenít yet tried the precious bone broth, and now saving it for hurricane supplies. There are so few canned and boxed foods in pantry, and no bread and milk in this house so will rely on frozen meats as they defrost and a propane grill if needed.
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