I noticed a $5.00 bag of limes at Costco today. The bag had 22 limes, each worth 22 cents. Upon returning home, I found them as juicy as grocery shop limes!
I always used to buy grated Parmesan at the Italian market near my house, maybe a quarter pound at a time We know Costco sells good Parmesan, but Costco sell a big block of Parm.
Costco has so much at low prices.You get "about 3x the meat for the same price, and the ability to portion it however you want.
They purchase four pounds of bacon for $9 at Costco, whereas one pound costs between $6 and $7 at grocery stores.
Costco's organic peanut butter for $11, which gets you a huge two-pack.
Why am I paying ten dollars for a five-pound bag?" Obviously, the response is that you do not have to pay so much. Instead, rice can be purchased for much less at Costco.
Fruit other than lemons and limes can be found at Costco at fantastic prices. The same for bananas. Shopping for $1.99 gets you "at least 10 of them in a bunch," a customer said.
Try Costco cut brioche for French toast next time. One person said, "Bought two loaves at Costco for $11; used to buy one for $10.