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I feel like I get my bang for my buck with the Jerky. I haven't had any yet postop, but it fills the sweet, salt and fat craving all in one.

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These are good too

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I have a few things I purchased last week at costco that I truly love (pictures and nutrional info to follow soon)

  • Crumbled real bacon bits - 2 grams of Protein 2 grams of fat...a nice addition to eggs or whatever (a huge bag!) (in the isles)
  • Kalamata olives - a healthy fat...love them in eggs or just as a little side dish to my meal (in the isles)
  • lemon pepper cod - 2 grams of carbs -lots of Protein (frozen section)
  • Cusine Solutions fully cooked sliced beef - Delicious! a 3 oz serving has 120 calories 18 grams of protein and 5 grams of fat - comes in 2 bags so easily can be separated (in the refrigerated section)
  • Vitamin B12 - 2500 mcg. (I like the extra kick the higher dosage give me) usually on sale for $10.00 for a large bottle (in the Vitamin section)
  • Edamame - Great source of protein and Fiber .I love the these! I eat them almost daily. Just a FYI about 25 of the edamame equal about 1/4 cup of a serving. (in the frozen section)
  • Eco Drink Vitamin Water - I haven't tried this yet but here is the information. Just a change of pace from taking a chewable multi. http://www.ecodrink.com/ecodrink-multi-new-flavors.html (in the vitamin section)
  • Jimmy Dean Turkey Sausage links- I buy these every time I go to Costo. I don't know why but I prefer the links over the patties (in the frozen section)
  • Cashews (in the isles)
  • Babybel (in the refrigerates section)
  • chicken Italian Sausage(in the refrigerated section)
  • Avacados (in the produce section)
  • Unsweetened Coconut milk (in the isles)
  • Rotisserie chicken (White meat) - comes in a really big package that I usually have to freeze the majority of it. (in the refrigerated section)

These are just a few of the things that I buy regularly!

Edited by tamg26k

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