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Went to the store today! (02/19/2015)

Carrots – 18 rubles per kilo… (Okay; I will break one down: .291 cents per kilo and a kilo is 2.20462 lbs. = .1312 per pound…)

Bread – 11.9 rubles per loaf…

Whole chicken 1.5 kilo at 89 rubles per kilo…

Apples – 79 rubles per kilo…

Eggs – 5 rubles each… (Price sucks! Easter coming…)

Milk, 1 liter – 38 rubles…

Onions – 12 rubles per kilo…

Potatoes – 15 rubles per kilo…

And finally; Boza’s favorite food: 13.9 rubles, per 100 gram pack of Pedigree (Turkey and Chicken!)

I know it is expensive, but he is our kid and all kids deserve the best… đŸ™‚

Post by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

PS: and microwave popcorn – 20.1 rubles per pack… Yummy with a movie…

2 Comments

  1. Yuri February 21, 2015

    How much for sugar?
    How much for cucumbers?
    How much for cabbage?
    How much for fish?

  2. kKeeton Post author | February 21, 2015

    Do not buy cucumbers except summer! Do not buy sugar, ever! Do not buy fish unless in the village and then carp only! Last time I bought cabbage it was 12 rubles a kilo! But I really do not buy cabbage but once or twice a year… I buy sauerkraut from the babushkas and it is only 30 0r 40 rubles a half kilo and we all give them more to help them out!

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