Grocery Store Hacks: Crunchy Cocktail Hour, Episode 08

Who does the grocery shopping in your house?  Brown eggs or white eggs – which one is better?  Where is the garlic capital of the world?  All this and more as Larisa and Alison dive into somewhat unknown, but vitally important, grocery store hacks.

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Imported garlic on the left (BAD), the good stuff with roots on the right (GOOD)

 


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3 Comments

  1. Just listened to this episode in Germany and wanted to comment on brown and white eggs: There is no difference in price here. Eggs are sized in S, M and L and cost the same wether they are brown or white. There will often be a mix of white and brown eggs in a box of either size and organic or not.
    Funny, isn’t it?

    • All the way in Germany? Amazing! That’s so interesting about the eggs! I’ve often heard that eggs are big in the German diet. That you may have special bowls and even color eggs like we do in the US for Easter but all year round. Is that true?

  2. Yes, they really sell hardboiled colored eggs all year round now. They call them easter eggs around easter and snack eggs or something else for the rest of the year. 😉

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