Healthy Living, Lifestyle

Real Food Haul

January 27, 2014

Real Food Haul

I’ve got an exciting post for you today; I asked you all if you would be interested in seeing a Real Food Haul with my husband and I – and I got a resounding yes! What is a Real Food Haul, you might ask? Read on to find out more…

What is a Real Food Haul?

A “haul” is defined in the real word as:

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In the internet world, a haul is:

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So, since we are in the internet world: a real food haul is…my husband and I showing the goodies (i.e., real food) we picked up at the food store. I hope that the video will give you all some ideas and help you out in some way – or at the very least, entertain you!

Take a Sneak Peek

Here is a sneak peek of some of the things we purchased; I spy with my little eye some bacon, ravioli, and pastured-chicken:

Real Food HaulWe got some some coffee, I am loving this regular kind and this decaf kind right now in a 50/50 mix.

Coffee and BroccoliniHow about some organic carrots, avocado, and broccoli (<- roast in some avocado oil, salt, and pepper in the oven = yum)!?

Avocado, Carrots, and BroccoliniWithout further ado, see what else we bought below!

Our Real Food Haul

Blog Post’s Mentioned in this Video:

The Good, The Bad, & The CoffeeThe Good, The Bad, & The Coffee: Should We Drink Coffee?

Kale Chips 5Sweet & Salty Kale Chips

What do you usually haul when you go grocery shopping?

This post is a part of Fight Back Friday, Real Food Wednesday, Frugal Days, Sustainable Ways, DIY Linky, Fat Tuesday.

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6 Comments

  • Reply Laura @ Gluten Free Pantry January 27, 2014 at 12:05 pm

    Fabulous food choices! I need to try those potato chips made with coconut oil-great find!

    • Reply Katie January 27, 2014 at 1:35 pm

      Thanks, Laura! We were so excited to find them – they also have sweet potato ones and Salt & Vinegar ones made with coconut oil – yum!

  • Reply Emily January 29, 2014 at 9:07 am

    Just had to chime in and say I love this! You guys are totes adorable. Keep up the great work with the videos :-)
    Oh, and I’m Polish/German heritage too. Go us.

    • Reply Katie January 29, 2014 at 9:09 am

      Thank you, Emily! I am so flattered, it was fun to make. :)

  • Reply JoAnn August 30, 2014 at 5:16 am

    I enjoyed your video Katie and Mark and my husband and I are with Mark when it comes to that coconut water *blech* and we both really enjoy licorice root.
    Fortunately we have a huge garden so most of my produce comes straight from the dirt to the house, though I do eat plenty of it when I pick stuff, especially the green beans and cherry tomatoes. (I try not to think of bird pee on it) I also do heaps of home canning, which I enjoy doing immensely. I love knowing that there are no chemicals in our food and I personally touched every item we eat, whilst having happy thoughts as I prepare it. (this matters) For the more gourmet items I usually rely on Amazon to buy things in bulk and freeze them when it is permissible.
    I use chia seeds a LOT and I think you will enjoy using them, you can sprinkle them on just about anything and because I buy them in bulk, I freeze them with no worries. I plan to make some kind of fruit jam in the next week or so using the chia seeds.
    We live in the country so we are also close to a few farmers where we get our eggs and a lot of our meat and the animals are free to roam. One thing we do seem to buy a lot of though is cheese, but this is Wisconsin so… =)
    BE WELL. ♥

    • Reply Katie August 30, 2014 at 3:11 pm

      So happy you enjoyed the video, JoAnn! Your garden sounds lovely and one day I hope to have one my self! :)

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