Well, the day finally came. I actually had my list of food for my Tuesday/Wednesday meals on my phone. I got most of what I needed at the KC Farmers Market. So, I just wanted to look around for my remaining items and see what I noticed.
I realized that Dillon's actually has a nice selection. They carry many Amy's brand soups, Kashi cereal, and lots of healthy bars (Clif, Larabar, Think Thin, etc.). Whole Foods just has so many more options. They have an entire cereal aisle of every natural cereal out there. Kind of cool if you are looking for a change or for a flavor Topeka doesn't have.
You can judge me. I spent $87.23. I wanted stuff. This is what I bought:
Canned lentils (for Mom)
Whole wheat pastas (variety of noodle types)
Whole wheat pastry flour
Almond butter squeezes
|Whole Foods Market Receipt|
The takeaway is this: It's a fun store to go into if I'm looking for more options for cereal, protein powder, nut butters, etc. Also, I like that I now speak the organic language. That's basically what it feels like. I walk in there now and I know what my staples are and I know what meals/combinations I can make with the ingredients. Feels great. I want to check out Trader Joe's next!