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Waitrose - what to buy?

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Mamagin Thu 02-Jul-20 06:23:56

Their own brand cider. (Lowers tone)

Ricekrispie22 Thu 02-Jul-20 06:21:05

The Paleo Food Co granola is on offer atm.

Carrotcakeforbreakfast Wed 01-Jul-20 21:46:29

Balsamic pearls!

DangerCake Wed 01-Jul-20 21:34:30

Their tinned sardines with lemon or chilli. I miss them.

georgedawes Tue 30-Jun-20 20:02:27

They do a meat and fish '3 for £10' offer that is great quality

HappyHammy Tue 30-Jun-20 19:00:43

Their own tinned mackeral in olive oil, ready to eat avocados, frozen endename beans.

TiddleTaddleTat Tue 30-Jun-20 18:49:03

Thanks for the suggestions so far... I'm trying to start a bit of a Paleo type diet so will probably mainly be getting meat fish and veg nuts and so on... frozen and tinned goods would be good too as I'm trying to stock up

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HappyHammy Tue 30-Jun-20 18:14:52

Piemaster free range Moo pies are tasty and they do a gluten free one. Hummus chips are moreish.

HappyHammy Tue 30-Jun-20 18:08:14

All their poultry and eggs are free range and their ready cooked chicken is very moist. They do reduced fat burgers which are really nice. They do gluten free pizza abd their own woodfired pizza for dd and dh. Their range of dips are good with crackers, cool tortilla chips or their great range of bread. Home delivery needs you to spend £60 so I buy their sensitive washing powder and washing up liquid.

JacobReesMogadishu Tue 30-Jun-20 18:03:19

They do jackfruit burgers which are gluten free and lovely. Also their microwave curries are gluten free (most of them).

TiddleTaddleTat Tue 30-Jun-20 17:58:26

Have been a Tesco click and collect or delivery customer for ages , prior to lockdown we shopped at Aldi.

Have grown fed up with the lack of organic or free range meat at Tesco so I've booked a Waitrose collection in a couple of weeks.

Recommendations? How to avoid spending £££s?! Is it possible at Waitrose?

I'm gluten free and trying to eat healthily, but DD and DH are partial to gluteny snacks.


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