I love going into the grocery stores and not having a list of what I need, but going in thinking that I need to expand my food repertoire and I need to try new things. I am a vegetarian and am also gluten intolerant (it gives me migraines, so I stay away from it as much as possible), which means there are several brands of prepackaged foods I eat on a regular basis, and am getting tired of them. So exploring new stores for unique food is pretty high on my to do list.
On this particular trip I went into Whole Foods to explore, and overall the foods I tried lead to positive results.
I bought a Spinach and Kale Greek Yogurt Dip, that is pretty good. I was happy to see that it was lower in calories that many regular dips because it is made with greek yogurt, which is lower in fat. There seems to be a lot of celery in this dip, so if you don't like celery steer clear of this product. I like celery well enough, so it doesn't bother me.
I bought two bags of chips/crackers to accompany my Spinach & Kale dip. These tortilla chips are not your average tortilla chips. Each color is a different flavor so with each bite your taste-buds are excited. I also got edamame chips. The are on the hard side, and hard to use with a dip.
And finally dried peaches. I bought these because they are a pretty unusual dried fruit. You can't go into your regular grocery store and get them, so I was excited for something else to savor.