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What is on your shopping list for Costco?

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How do you find the frozen shimp (uncooked) from India at Costco, is that better than shimp from Chinese grocerry store like Nations fresh, ocean, which mostly from Thailand (and probably Vietnam), China?
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Stopped at the Scarborough Costco Business Centre - was good to see they side had a couple of pallets of charcoal so I picked up 3 more bags.
The Oshawa Costco one had emptied in August.
It's pronounced Throat Wobbler Mangrove
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Does anyone know if Costco sells distilled water? I was there today but I forgot to look.
I am thinking of using it in my steam mop and humidifier this year.
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Nov 2nd, 2018 11:47 pm
Does anyone know if Costco sells distilled water? I was there today but I forgot to look.
I am thinking of using it in my steam mop and humidifier this year.
Thanks
I don't remember seeing it. For my steam mop, I buy the 4l jugs from Walmart or Food Basics. They are usually about $1.
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Oct 29th, 2018 9:24 pm
How do you prepare pork belly, Is it just thick bacon?
No it's very different. Bacon is cured already. You can cure the pork belly to make bacon, or you can braise it/stew it to make it very tender. Koreans tend to like to cut it like thick bacon and grill it, but personally I don't like it like that. If I want it grilled I want it braised till tender then pressed and cooled, then sliced and grilled.
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On the way to the client saw these whole pork bellies at their Scarborough Costco. USDA.
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Tried Kirkland Pacific Bold dark roast coffee K-cups, new at my Costco.
Cost $36.99 for 110 pods.

Flavour was strong but not bitter. Will try adding a little water.
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raymondly wrote:
Oct 31st, 2018 1:25 pm
Stopped at the Scarborough Costco Business Centre - was good to see they side had a couple of pallets of charcoal so I picked up 3 more bags.
The Oshawa Costco one had emptied in August.
Are the prices in store the same as the prices given on their website that says "delivered price"? Would hope it's cheaper when I stop at the store ...
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Nov 4th, 2018 11:55 am
Are the prices in store the same as the prices given on their website that says "delivered price"? Would hope it's cheaper when I stop at the store ...
For sure cheaper - the charcoal on the website is listed as 17.59$ (delivered) and in store it was 13.99.
I like that place because it is not as busy as the warden costco
It's pronounced Throat Wobbler Mangrove
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More frozen shrimp dumplings like the ones they have at dim sum. Eggs, cheese and Kirkland toilet paper.
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Eggs, chorizo, mussels, tea, and...

Trying the frozen french onion soup for the first time. Surprisingly low calories (220) per serving, although it's a bit heavy on the sodium. For $8 I'll take the chance on it.
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Nov 7th, 2018 6:58 am
Eggs, chorizo, mussels, tea, and...

Trying the frozen french onion soup for the first time. Surprisingly low calories (220) per serving, although it's a bit heavy on the sodium. For $8 I'll take the chance on it.
The chorizo is great. I cut them up into chunks and keep them in a ziploc in the freezer. Great for adding more flavour to anything you are cooking. As needed, pull one out and slice them frozen (very easy), then they're ready to fry in some olive oil before adding whatever it is you are cooking. Yesterday added a can of chickpeas, diced zucchini, raw onion. Just tossed in the hot oil and was so good.
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Chorizo goes in my scrambled eggs every morning. Delicious.
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Nov 7th, 2018 5:34 pm
Chorizo goes in my scrambled eggs every morning. Delicious.
Ever take it a bit farther and make chilaquiles.
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