I stopped at the grocery store yesterday to stock up on fresh produce and to pick up a few other items I needed.
I bought 2 zucchinis to make zucchini noodles, organic Fuji apples, fresh blueberries, lemons, roma tomatoes, Brussels sprouts, red pepper, green pepper, a red onion, bananas (not shown), an avocado, a pineapple, Spinach and spring mix.
I would have preferred to buy organic spinach and lettuce, but the Apple Market didn’t have any.
I also picked up chopped dates (my fave!), crumbled feta, pesto, walnut halves and Chobani plain Greek yogurt.
I’m planning to make homemade pizza this week, which is why I picked up tomatoes, pesto, peppers, spinach and feta. I’m very excited for that meal!
You may notice that I never have protein in my grocery photos. My freezer is pretty well stocked with chicken, fish and ground turkey. If I forget to thaw my protein, I’ll make a quick run to the store to pick some up. I also eat vegetarian a few days a week, so I don’t need to purchase a lot of meat. I also keep lots of cage-free, antibiotic-free eggs in my fridge.
I also don’t buy cheese that often. I occasionally buy Babybel for snacks or fancy cheese for cheese plates. I mostly use feta, Gorgonzola or shredded Parmesan.
My pantry is pretty well stocked with all my grains (quinoa, brown rice, millet, whole wheat couscous, barley, etc.), so my weekly grocery runs are usually to pick up fresh produce.
This is how I eat clean! How do you eat clean?