Grocery Outlet. Not only are their prices good on most things, you just never know what you'll find there. It's sort of a foodie adventure.
Sometimes I find great deals on gluten-free foods, too.
Like the time they had gluten-free pasta for half what it costs to purchase at any of the other grocery stores in town. So I bought enough to last us for several months.
The person behind me in line commented that I must really like pasta. I explained that it was a really good price, so I was stocking up. I'm not sure she believed me.
Stocking up when I find a good price is how I shop, then I plan meals around what I have in the freezer and in the pantry that was purchased cheap.
Back to last weekend's trip. They had some gluten-free vanilla sandwich cookies for 99 cents per package. That's about 1/5 the cost of the gluten-free sandwich cookies at the co-op. I hadn't tried them before, but I had tried other Mi-Del gluten-free cookies and liked them. So I purchased, um, "a few" bags. OK, more then a few. They'll keep well in the freezer.
These cookies are soooooo good. Nice texture, not grainy, and absolutely delicious! SCORE!