Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Stocking Up on Meat at Whole Foods

Greens and vegetables at Whole Foods Market, London
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In an effort to feed my family higher quality food I have been buying all natural meat, mostly from Whole foods.

Has this been expensive? Yes, yes it has but I don't care because the meat isn't pumped up with weird stuff and it just simply tastes way better than the stuff that the grocery stores sell.

To attempt to keep the costs down I have been keeping an eye on Whole Foods' sales every week to see what I can stock up on.

Whole Foods runs their sales from Wednesdays to Tuesdays with the new ads coming out on Tuesday evenings.

This week, in my neck of the woods (good old Massachusetts) the following meat is on sale:

Split Chicken Breast $2.99 a pound (normally $4.99)
Boneless Center Cut Pork Chops $4.99 a pound (normally $7.99)
Beef Bottom Round Roast $4.99 a pound (normally $6.99)

I may make a trip on Friday to pick up some pork chops and a roast. I bought some pork chops last week and they were so tender and yummy but they will taste even better at $4.99 a pound instead of $7.99 a pound. The split chicken breast is great too; I used some tonight to make a teriyaki chicken/broccoli/noodle stir fry.

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