Nutri-noob in California

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jeff l.
Joined: 10/15/2013

Just got my first NutriBullet as a birthday gift from my fabulous girlfriend. After years of wasting all the fiber and such that a juice extractor leaves behind I decided to step up my game. I've also started going to the gym and stopped drinking soda. The pounds are just flying off! I'll be at my goal weight in no-time and Nutribullet is helping me get there. Anyway, wanted to join the forum to find other recipes and find out where other members are buying their ingredients here in Southern California. Farmers markets, Ralph's, Trader Joe's, Whole Food? 

 

What an awesome girlfriend ;) We're here in Southern California too! We get a lot of our organic produce delivered to the office from Amazon Fresh. I personally shop at Whole Foods and Trader Joe's. TJs has pre-washed bags of kale! I used to go to the Farmer's Market when I had the daytime hours off, but now I try to go on the occasional Saturday.
Amazon Fresh? i'm gonna have to check that out. there are too many days/weeks when getting to the store is tough with my schedule. a delivery service would be amazing. Thanks for the tip. In the meantime I'll try to get to TJ and Whole Paycheck asap. Do you work for NutriBullet? where are the offices and where are the job listings :)
lewisjeff wrote: Amazon Fresh? i'm gonna have to check that out. there are too many days/weeks when getting to the store is tough with my schedule. a delivery service would be amazing. Thanks for the tip. In the meantime I'll try to get to TJ and Whole Paycheck asap. Do you work for NutriBullet? where are the offices and where are the job listings :)
Haha! Yes, I am the Registered Dietitian here at our corporate office in Santa Monica. Amazon Fresh is a new service that they are rolling out to various zip codes in Cali. It requires a subscription, but totally worth it :) Good luck!