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Costco: The good stuff

I'm not a strict Paleo Diet follower, but I am a fan of Costco. That's why I appreciated this list of 'real' foods available at the super store. Like the blogger, I prefer to shop locally - particularly at the farmers' market during the summer - but it's nice to be able to stock up on large quantities of healthy staples once in a while.  And there's no beating Costco prices. 


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