2004 Roadtrek 190 Popular
Roadtrek: "We pride ourselves on building North America’s number one selling class B motorhome, an achievement we have proudly held since 1990."

drinking water hose, 25’ premium
pepper gel self-defense

Reflectix foil insulation (for windows)

sewer cap with hose connection with handle

sewer cap with hose connection

Skreenz window screens

Yeti 30 oz. Rambler and 20 oz. Rambler (Virginia's preferred beverage tumblers)

Yeti Rambler Gallon Jug, stainless steel (drinking water and ice containers)


erythritol natural sugar replacer/sweetener  (less expensive than Zsweet)

nutritional yeast

pea protein powder

potato flakes (for creamy mashed potatoes, no refrigeration required)

quinoa, tri-color blend, organic

rice, brown short grain, organic

rice, brown Basmati, organic (microwaveable pouch in 90 seconds or finish cooking in a skillet)

soy milk, 32 oz. aseptic, organic unsweetened (No refrigeration required until opened. However, we prefer Trader Joe's brand whenever we can get it—at TJ stores only. Theirs is unsweetened, organic, yummy, and has the lowest price we've found for any plant-based milk.)

tea, Tazo Chai, decaf

tofu, Silken extra firm in aseptic packages (no refrigeration required until opened)

vegetable broth powder & seasoning

wild rice, organic

Zsweet natural zero-calorie sweetener (see erythritol for a less expensive alternative)

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(rev. 06-18-2023)


Anonymous said...

Thank you for the groceries links! This is helpful to us.

Margaret Hill said...

I'm glad you're finding these links helpful. There is a lot more work that needs to be done on this page, though; so you will have even more information when I can get more time on a decent Wi-Fi signal. I would do a lot more work on my iPhone if I could, but Blogger isn't user friendly in that regard. We need to do almost all our work on the blog on our laptops because the edit mode cuts off after a short way down the page on our iPhones in two different browsers. Rude, eh?