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Grocery Outlet March, 2012

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zippo Mar 2, 2012 03:11 PM

Oakland Grocery Outlet two days ago:

DRINKS
- $3.99 Chalk Hill Estate Bottled Sauvignon Blanc Sonoma 2006. Haven't tried it yet but some nice reviews on the web. ABV 14.4%, grown, produced and bottled by Chalk Hill, Healdsburg.

- $5.99 Michel-Schlumberger Red Wine Sonoma 2007. Estate grown and bottled in Healdsburg, high ABV of 15.4%, has a spicy bite of black cherry and cinnamon or clove.

https://grossoutwine.wordpress.com/2012/02/23/michel-schlumberger-2007-house-red/

- $4.00 for case of 12-16 oz. bottles. Bob Marley's Mellow Mood Lite, half lemonade/half tea with chamomile, lemon balm, valerian root, hops, passion flower, melatonin, 10% fruit juice. Only 40 calories per 8 oz. Very soooothing and great price (about 33 cents/bottle) probably because it has a best buy date of 3/2012.

http://www.amazon.com/Pack-Marleys-Mellow-Half-Lemonade/dp/B005CJVVJ8/ref=pd_bxgy_gro_text_c

- $1.29 Old Orchard frozen Cranberry Pomegranate Juice concentrate with apple, aronia, grape juices, 12 oz. Other flavors available. 100% juice with no added sugar. When I see frozen 100% juice concentrates, I always grab a bunch at these prices.

DELI

- $2.99 for 11 oz. Lou's Famous Roasted Red Pepper and Garlic Skinless Chicken Sausages (4). Chicken raised without the use of antibiotics, fed natural grains and no artificial ingredients or nitrates/nitrates used. From Lou's Naturals of Woodstown, NJ. The sausages don't have a pork or other type of casing so they don't have the "snap" that others might but I prefer the skinless.

http://www.lousnaturals.com/family-of-products

PICKLES, ICE CREAM & CAKE

- $2.99 Mt. Olive Dills, 80 oz. glass jar.
- $1.99 Häagen-Dazs Cranberry Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream, 14 oz.
- $6.99 Authentic Gourmet Frozen Raspberry Cake, 21.9 oz.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/53697546@N08/sets/72157629494091489/show/
http://www.authenticgourmetpastries.com/index.html
http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/815728

GOURMET SHELVES (ABOVE FREEZER SECTIONS

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- $5.99 for two jars of 26 oz. Smucker's Natural Creamy Peanut Butter. Works out to about $1.84/lb for a quality peanut butter with only salt added. Best used by date of 3/27/12.
- $1.29 Coconut Dream Orignal drink, 32 oz. tetra pak. Made with real coconut and has 3 grams of medium chain fatty acids per 8 oz. serving which it claims are more easily metabolized than some other fatty acids. It makes an excellent creamer for coffee and also comes in vanilla flavor. Distributed by Hain Celestial.

http://www.tastethedream.com/products...

Grocery Outlet - Oakland
2900 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94611
(510) 465-5649

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    runner0382 Mar 5, 2012 04:29 PM

    So, what is everyone buying for the GO wine sale staring Wednesday? Posted another thread but haven't gotten any responses.

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      baron45 Mar 7, 2012 01:56 PM

      Stopped by the Oakland GO and there wasn't anything noteworthy.

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        runner0382 Mar 7, 2012 03:40 PM

        Michel-Schlumberger Syrah is good, apparently, as is the '06 Chalk Hill Sauv Blanc. I grabbed the last of the '08 M-S La Cime Cabernet Sauvigon which should be outstanding.

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      Mola Mar 8, 2012 09:28 PM

      Berkeley, Wednesday 3/7: Strauss Organic European Style butter, lightly salted, $2.49 for a pound. Can't say it tastes much different than my regular butter, but that's a good price for organic. Sell by date of 6/30/12.

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        seamunky Mar 9, 2012 11:29 AM

        Marina, CA

        Fresh Asparagus - $0.99 - Labeled as US grown. Mostly the pencil thin variety but there were some bundles that were thumb-thickness.

        3 pack Romaine hearts - $0.99

        1. pamf Mar 9, 2012 11:35 AM

          Just checked on the new South San Francisco Grocery Outlet. They have a phone number now so I called and they said they will be opening Saturday, March 24th.

          http://www.groceryoutlet.com/SouthCit...

          1. Ruth Lafler Mar 10, 2012 05:04 PM

            Oakland store seemed very well stocked today.

            $1.99 quart Horizon organic "cream top" plain yogurt
            $2.99 lb Horizon organic butter

            $2.99 Maranantha chocolate almond butter
            $1.49 -- 4 pack 8.8 oz. Silk dark chocolate almond milk (also sold individually for 50 cents)
            .89 small bottle Smart Juice organic tart cherry juice (product of Turkey)

            A selection of Elizabethan Pantry preserves ("handmade" in England). Pretty good ingredients. I bought some tiny jars of brandy butter for 99 cents, some golden mint jelly and some cranberry chili chutney ($2.49)

            99 cents (hearts of romaine, 3 in a bag)
            $1.99 2lb roma tomatoes on vine "guaranteed pesticide free" (produced in Arizona)

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              annec Mar 13, 2012 12:01 PM

              At Oakland on the weekend : Boulder olive oil potato chips - I really liked these. Picked up the Michel-Schlumberger Red recommended here but have not tried it yet. Oakland had my treasured Hellman's Mayo but in giant vats - it looked like catering size to me - wouldn't even fit in our fridge. I love it but I can't eat that much.

              1. Ruth Lafler Mar 13, 2012 04:11 PM

                I forgot: for those who like them the Oakland GO had Cadbury Creme Eggs for ... I think it was 3/$1.

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                  ernie in berkeley Mar 14, 2012 02:13 PM

                  Berkeley: Charles Renoir 2009 Beaujolais Villages, $4.99. Delightful, wish I'd stocked up during the sale, but still a great value.

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                    chowmeaow Mar 16, 2012 10:55 PM

                    I am no wine expert, I don't even drink that often.
                    But since we drink occasionally, I bought few wines at the sale, just by reading the labels, lol.
                    And I bought more whites than reds. This was at Fremont

                    I tasted one of the whites I bought and really like it.
                    It just suits my palate, light , smooth and easy.
                    It is Marques de Aldaz, viura.

                    I think I am going back to get some more of it.

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