Being registered dietitians, we are constantly talking food. In this episode of the Food Heaven Podcast, we’re taking a fun twist and talking about where we shop for food. Take a listen and let us know your favorite places to shop too!
In this episode, we’ll cover:
- Where we shop
- Seasonal shopping
- Shopping on a budget
- Our weekly and monthly shopping tips
- Some of our favorite products
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ONE OF MY FAVORITE PASSTIMES!!! My husband has called supermarkets my heaven on earth, haha. I love food shopping!
I love Lydig Pick and Pack they are right about the corner from me as well as Community Green Market a little bit to the right and north of there! I never shop at TJs, my husband loves TJs but I am not sure where the closest ones. I haven’t explored bronx farmers markets yet but I do enjoy Union Sq Market when I go down there. Freezing is key to keep fresh food lasting longer and prepping them before you freeze too. Online I use fresh direct when I need heavy things brought to the house, specifically 6 gallons of water and cases of seltzer, otherwise the cost and experience.. it’s better to just be shopping in person, personally. Now that you mentioned Berkley Bulk I am on a mission to find an equivalent here in NYC.
Thank you for chatting about this with us!
Yess Lydig is the besttttt. I need to try these online delivery services! I hate carrying seltzer water up to my apartment.