At the Moscow store same as when in the Tiny Russian Village…

Food has been dropping in price…

I just bought four milks at 26 rubles each. I would have bought more, but I was lazy and waited a day too long. I came home the first day and told Sveta, “Our favorite milk is only 26 rubles, tomorrow I will buy a bunch of them!”

Well I went back the next morning and out of two pallets full of milk, there were four left. Shame on me, so I bought those four and now the same milk is 41 rubles. This is how it goes and as a Russian will tell you, “Find a deal? Buy it and buy it all!”

Plenty of milk and plenty of cheap prices, just not as good a deal and I am at fault for not responding…. But I got four and with the one I bought the day before, that was five total…

Bread is running around 8 or 9 rubles for a loaf of black and the white is at 12 rubles. There is bread at all prices, but for the cheap side, that is what it costs…

Chicken is dirt cheap. I bought a bag of frozen chicken breasts at 79 rubles a kilo. I bought two kilos at that price…

Bag of chips (sour cream and onion) is only 12 rubles…

Ketchup in squeeze bag large size, 25 rubles… Good stuff by the way…

Pork chops are very cheap, 129 rubles a kilo and they really are an excellent product…

By the way! Prices are exactly the same in the Big Village I shop at when I am living in the Tiny Russian Village…

WtR

About Кайл Китон

A survivor of six heart attacks and a brain tumor, a grumpy bear of a man, whom has declared Russia as his new and wonderful home. His wife is Russian and she puts up with this bear of a man and keeps him in line...Thank God for my sweetie and Russia...Кайл Китон