Grocery Shopping – Vegetable Vocabulary

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Hi. I’m Denise. Thank you for watching my video. Right now I’m going to go grocery shopping. It’s 9:30 at night and I’m just going to go in here

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so we can take a look at a grocery store. This store is open 24 hours so I can shop at any time. I think it’s only closed one day in the year. So, here we go. Let’s take a look at a grocery store.

Americans usually shop at large supermarkets where they can buy groceries, household goods, clothing, sports equipment, car supplies, pet supplies, medicine, and much more. Small specialty shops exist but large supermarkets seem to be more popular. Farmers markets are very popular in the summertime. Most grocery stores have the produce section near the entrance of the store. In this video, we will look at some of the items in the produce section.

Okay, here’s my grocery cart. Let’s see. What do I need? The grocery store starts with the produce section, so here are some melons, different kinds of melons, honeydew. There’s cantaloupe. Let’s see if I can find some peaches. Mmm apple cider. I’m going to get some apple cider although it’s not in season. I don’t know. It says fresh cider. I’ll go ahead and get some cider. There’s apple cider. We take a plastic bag. We put our fruit and vegetables in. I’ll get a couple of nectarines. If I can reach. Okay, there’s one and I’ll get one more. Which one is a good one? How about …. alright. There we go. Okay, how about that one? There are my nectarines. What else can I get? Flowers? No. Some roast chicken. This store has, let’s see, 30-some checkout lines. See them all there? 1-2-3. I can see way down at the end. It says 30-something. I see 30. There might be about 32 or 34. What else can we get?

Oh, here’s some watermelon. Should I get a watermelon? I don’t really need one, but … Let’s see. Well, you can see how big they are. Okay. I don’t want a watermelon. Oh, here are some more. These look good. Watermelons. Seeded watermelons. These have seeds. The other ones I guess didn’t have seeds. These are 4-49, four dollars and forty-nine cents, and the seedless are also four dollars and forty-nine cents, but I’m not going to get one. What else? Some pineapple, some kiwi, some bananas. Usually this whole section is filled with bananas, but as I said it’s 9:30 at night. It’s about maybe 9:45 now, so they haven’t restocked yet. They restock everything at night. Bananas are 54 cents a pound. Okay. What else? Here are some different kinds of lettuce, red leaf lettuce, green leaf lettuce, romaine lettuce. You can see the prices up here at the top. Green leaf lettuce is 89 cents a pound. Red leaf lettuce 89 cents a pound. Boston lettuce a dollar 69 cents a pound. I can get some radishes. These are organic radishes it says. I know it’s organic because it says organic up there. Green onions. Here are some more radishes. They’re huge. I don’t know why they’re so big. What else? Cabbage, Brussels sprouts, rutabaga. That’s rhubarb. These are popular items, broccoli and cauliflower. Actually, here’s the broccoli. That was something like broccoli. Cauliflower is on sale for a dollar forty-nine each. There’s the cauliflower. And the broccoli is also a dollar forty-nine each. I just went grocery shopping one or two days ago, so I don’t really need any of this stuff right now. I have broccoli at home. I have carrots at home. I have radishes at home. I don’t really need this stuff. I might need celery. Baby carrots. Little carrots that you can snack on. They’re usually a nice little snack. Here’s the celery. Celery, four for five dollars. They always put things like this to encourage you to get four of something. If I wanted celery, I’d probably just want one, not four, but they often price things like this. This means that, you know, if I just get one, then it would be a dollar twenty-five. Here’s some lettuce. Here’s some packaged produce. Some mushrooms, different kinds of mushrooms. These are whole mushrooms. Now we have sliced mushrooms. Some more whole mushrooms. Lots of mushrooms. This is vegetarian products like that are made to taste like cheese or turkey, sausages. Let’s see what else. There are some beans, some green beans. How much are the green beans? A dollar twenty-nine a pound. There are some green peppers. Let’s see. Ninety-nine cents a pound. I might get a green pepper although I think I have one of those at home, too. Here are some potatoes. Let’s see what else. There’s eggplant, some squash, yellow squash. Oh, I don’t have squash. I’ll get that. So I need a little bag. There’s some asparagus. Okay, I’ll get a little bag and let’s see. I’d actually like zucchini if I can find zucchini. It’s usually right next to this yellow squash, so…. They’re all out. Look. It says zucchini right there. There’s no zucchini here. I’ll just have to get a yellow squash. That one looks fine, right? Is that one okay? Alright. I’ll get that one. Put that in my cart. What else can I get? I’m not getting any asparagus. Here are some peppers. Here are some orange peppers. There were red ones there yesterday. Yellow peppers. I already have those. I just went shopping. Here are some tomatoes. Here are some avocados. Again, they haven’t restocked yet. We have Roma tomatoes, greenhouse tomatoes, green tomatoes, tomatoes on the vine, vine-ripe tomatoes. Here we have grape tomatoes. They look like grapes but they’re tomatoes. Here we have cherry tomatoes, I guess. Lots of tomatoes. Anyway, this is the tomato aisle. Here’s some organic stuff. There’s some zucchini. I might get one of those. I’ll skip it. What else can I get? Cucumber I just got yesterday. I don’t need cucumber. So, let’s see. That’s cucumber. Okay, there’s one. And then here is a different kind of cucumber. What are these? English cucumbers, I think. A little bit different. What else do we have? Peppers, more peppers. Orange, red, yellow, green.

We have potatoes over here. So, let’s see. We have red potatoes, yellow potatoes, red potatoes, yellow potatoes, I don’t know what kind of potatoes, all kinds of potatoes. They’re all potatoes. And I won’t be getting potatoes today either so let’s just kind of go past this. How much is a bag of potatoes. Let’s see. Two dollars and forty-nine cents for ten pounds of russet potatoes. Let’s see what other kind. Let’s see. These golden potatoes. How much are those? I don’t know which ones they are. They are three pounds gourmet petite yellow flesh potatoes two ninety-nine a pound [a bag]. Okay. Let’s see what else there is. Here are some little peppers. Here are some onions. These are sweet onions, three forty-nine a bag, I guess. So three forty-nine, three dollars and forty-nine cents for this bag of onions. Let’s see. Oh, here’s some squash, acorn squash. That’s usually ready in the fall. Sweet potatoes, onions, sweet onions, red onions, white onions, garlic, more sweet onions and red onions and white onions and yellow onions. What else do we have? Oh, just a bunch of stuff.

Let’s see. Here are some nuts. Pistachios. Those are good. Let’s see. Here are all the nuts, different kinds of nuts. So, what kind do we have? We have, let’s see. These are almonds. Almonds are six ninety-nine for a bag, for one pound. Then we have white almonds, blanched almonds. We have roasted almonds. We have sliced almonds. We have more roasted and salted almonds. We have raw cashews, roasted and salted cashews, more raw cashews, more roasted and salted. We have Spanish peanuts. Here are some more nuts around the corner here. Organic peanuts, organic raw almonds, walnuts. This looks good. Cherries and berries and nuts. Here are some more nuts all the way around here. These nuts are chopped nuts. So we have pecan pieces, pecan halves, pecan pieces again, pecan halves, Brazil nuts, walnuts halves and pieces, more walnuts, chopped walnuts redskin peanuts, roasted and salted peanuts, more pistachios. Okay, that’s most of the produce area. I’ll go over to the deli area.

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