That's the end of the pictures I took in the store because it was a bit busier than usual, and I am self conscience about taking too many pictures in public. But it looks like the store is stepping up it's organic produce game too. They had a whole wall full of all kinds of organic greens and lettuces, and I got a five pound bag of organic Yukon gold potatoes for $3.99!
I put some of those Yukon gold potatoes to good use and made potato wedges for dinner. I've been flirting with a lower oil diet recently. I don't eat a ton of oil to begin with, but I'm working on losing my beer weight, so I'm just watching things here and there. I don't love no oil oven fries, but I wanted to use less than I normally would, so I took a teaspoon or less of coconut oil, and I rubbed it it my hand to melt it, and then I massaged my potato wedges. I was able to use less, but still get some on every wedge. I'm sure this is why people buy the oil spray, but this is just as easy, plus you get to rub the excess into your hands for some baby soft skin! This is where parchment paper comes in handy. I tried this method once with foil. and the potatoes got stuck, and foil ripped, it was a mess.
These were perfectly done! There have been a few times I've mentioned something about eating potatoes for dinner, and people seem to think you can't get full or satisfied on potatoes. I find the opposite to be true. I find them to be very filling, and I never feel deprived.
Here are the ingredients. Pretty clean! I can't say enough good things about this sauce. I might have to try to recreate it some day!