Where can I find Quinoa in my local supermarket??

previous topic · next topic
sophylicious

Joined: Jul 08
Posts: 12

      quote  
Posted: 19 Jan 2009, 11:46
Happy Monday everyone! I've been interested in trying Quinoa for a while now, but I'm not sure which aisle in the supermarket I'll be able to find it.

I'm assuming the rice aisle?? If it helps I'm shopping at my local Waldbaum's. I'm trying to avoid the trip to the health food store b/c they're so overpriced!!!

Thanks for the help!
"Stand up to your obstacles and do something about them. You will find that they haven't half the strength you think they have."
--Norman Vincent Peale
angiers

Joined: Jan 09
Posts: 28

      quote  
Posted: 19 Jan 2009, 12:38
If your supermarket carries it it will be in the rice isle in the same part of the isle that the high quality specialty rice is. Think sushi rice, wild rice, couscous etc. You may need to ask your grocier to carry it if they don't have it.
sophylicious

Joined: Jul 08
Posts: 12

      quote  
Posted: 19 Jan 2009, 12:46
thanks angiers!
"Stand up to your obstacles and do something about them. You will find that they haven't half the strength you think they have."
--Norman Vincent Peale
cafe au lait

Joined: Jan 09
Posts: 1

      quote  
Posted: 19 Jan 2009, 14:12
Yes, usually it will be with the rice and grains section. Otherwise, try the beans. I don't know which country you're in, but here in the UK they sell quinoa very cheap in Asda
I don't do that anymore!



Forum Search
Advanced forum search



Latest Posts

Is Fatsecret just for keto dieters?
I'm a 58 year old male and I do as many have suggested here within. I count calories. I started at 202 and am now 186 with a goal of circa 175. I do exercise, 2 to 3 days a week in the gym for an ...
by pds2 on 24 Apr 18 08:59 AM
Scales at home
I finally got a new scale that matches the doctor's office exactly. I would just use the weight on the scale at home and know that the doctor's office will show more OR get a new scale - but it ...
by Fritzy 22 on 23 Apr 18 06:28 PM
Climbing my way out of a very deep sorrow
Losing weight is so hard, even when life is going perfectly. My hat's off to all of you who soldier on through life's trials and tribulations.
by ValerieJN on 23 Apr 18 10:57 AM
BMR with activity factor
“Technically” yes. 1400 calories is a good number for you to start with. We don’t know how much you actually burn. The number FS gives you is approximation and it tends to be on the high side. Still with ...
by Ingria on 21 Apr 18 04:49 PM
Calories
You are very welcome. I'm glad you got the answer to your question.
by teskandar on 21 Apr 18 04:02 PM