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My grocery lists.

Friday, October 27, 2006 by  
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October
27
2006

I was recently asked what kinds of foods I’m eating now. While I can’t discuss my specific meals (due to the SUP2 confidentiality agreement), I can talk about the various different foods I eat. I buy most of my meat and seafood at Costco in bulk every 4-6 weeks, and I buy fresh food at the regular grocery store one per week.

Here’s the list of most of the food items I buy from Costco when I’m bulking:

  • 6 packages (12 breasts per package/72 total) boneless/skinless chicken breasts.
  • 12 steaks. Whatever looks good at the time.
  • 2 bags of large frozen shrimp (peeled/deveined).
  • 20-pack frozen sirloin burgers.
  • 2 bags frozen tuna fillets.
  • 2 or 3 bags frozen cod fillets.
  • 2 boxes frozen crab claws.
  • 2 or 3 bags of raw almonds.
  • 3 multipacks (15 cans per pack) “Chicken of the Sea” tuna.
  • 1 box Quaker oatmeal (2 very large bags per box, regular oats).
  • 10 bags whole coffee beans.
  • 4 24-packs 24 oz bottled water.

I get my fresh food and a few other items weekly at the grocery store. Stuff like salad greens, veggies, egg whites (I sometimes get egg whites at Costco when they have them), breads, natural peanut butter, beans, pasta, more bottled water, milk, etc.

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