FOOD HAUL #1!

foodhaulEver wonder what I look for at a supermarket? Well, here are some things…

…and I made my first ever serious video on it!

Full Video

Thank you for watching! This is the first time I’ve ever recorded a video and I was super nervous doing it. Now I know what other people perceive me as in real life. Hopefully as time goes on I can gain some more experience and become a better communicator and feel less scared in front of the camera. 🙂 

 

You can find all of the following items on iHerb OR you can click on the item below to lead you to the brands themselves.

Coconut oil: Well, coconut oil! Self-explanatory. It’s a great source of MCT oil which converts to ketones for quick energy. Click on the text above to see the Tropical Traditions brand, which is the one I trust the most.

MCT oil: Hands down my favourite oil. It has virtually no taste but so versatile. I just might make pesto with it this weekend. It’s solid at room temperature and while chilled in the refrigerator too. It’s a great source for ketones!

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Coconut Vinegar: You got coconut vinegar, you’re never going back to regular balsamic vinegar!

Spicy Italian Sausage: I love sausages and I love spicy food. This is approximately the closest I’ll ever get to Italy being keto-paleo.

Thick Cut Bacon: This is the juiciest bacon I’ve ever tasted! I’ve never had other kinds of thick cut before, so I don’t know what it would turn out like. My best guess is it’d be similar to what I’ve got from whole foods but I prefer not to get it from any other marinated, non-antibiotic free source.

Spices and Herbs: For added potassium!

Natural Salts: Great alternative to table salt

Proscuitto: Great alternative to regular processed sliced meats!

All natural Almond Butter: Tastes super good. Watch out or you’ll consume the whole jar!

Djion Mustard: Add it to salad dressings

Apple Cider vinegar: Also a great vinegar

Egg whites: For baking!

Iceberg Lettuce: The best tasting lettuce, in my opinion.

Eggs: Eggs are so great.

Teas: I try to find caffeine-free.

 

…And I think that’s it! I don’t think I missed a single item in the video, and I know the background music is much too loud–I apologize! Hope you enjoyed it nonetheless. 🙂

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Find any of these foods in your house? Do we have similar tastes?



  • Sprint2theTable

    “Eggs: Eggs are so great.” <– Haha! So true.

    • They are probably the best protein creation, as much as I like bacon because they are SO versatile!

      • Sprint2theTable

        That’s a bold statement… 😉

  • I have so many of the same foods Linda, especially almond butter, although I make my own 🙂 I did not know you were eating paleo! Good for you!

    • How do you make your own almond butter? 🙂 Just almonds and a blender? I think I tried that and only ended up with ground almonds!

  • Love this list! Pretty close to the staples that I keep in my house as well 🙂

  • Cute vid! You’re so charismatic 🙂 I was just checking out coconut vinegar at the grocery store yesterday, now I’m def going to buy it the next time I go back!

  • jessie

    Call me nosey, but I love seeing what other people get most weeks 🙂

  • Haven’t heard of some of these coconut products before. Interesting! I may need the vinegar
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