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Devoirie









  
Post Posted: Thu, Mar 22 2012, 9:23 am       Post subject: Costco Pesach List
What Kosher for Pesach products should I put on my Costco shopping list?

Do they carry the Schick's bakery stuff like they did last year?
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zigi









  
Post Posted: Thu, Mar 22 2012, 9:30 am       Post subject: re: Costco Pesach List
grape juice, they have massive cans of gefilte fish, maccaroons and they should have schicks every other year they had it. lettuce, avocados and melons
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Devoirie









  
Post Posted: Thu, Mar 22 2012, 9:37 am       Post subject: re: Costco Pesach List
Thanks.

I just called. My Costco is getting the Schick's bakery stuff at the end of next week, but they could not tell me what day.
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Lucky me









  
Post Posted: Thu, Mar 22 2012, 10:11 am       Post subject: re: Costco Pesach List
btw chicks has new owners this year hope the cake is good.
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Devoirie









  
Post Posted: Mon, Mar 26 2012, 7:41 pm       Post subject: re: Costco Pesach List
They got the Schick's bakery goods in.

They had: Seven layer cake, rasberry roll, assorted cookies and rainbow cookies.
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skinny









  
Post Posted: Mon, Mar 26 2012, 8:08 pm       Post subject: re: Costco Pesach List
I just got chalav yisroel shredded cheeses,string cheese they also have the hard plastic china looking plates and cutlery on sale
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paprika









  
Post Posted: Mon, Mar 26 2012, 8:16 pm       Post subject: Re: re: Costco Pesach List
OPINIONATED wrote:
They got the Schick's bakery goods in.

They had: Seven layer cake, rasberry roll, assorted cookies and rainbow cookies.


What do they cost?
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mynameismom









  
Post Posted: Mon, Mar 26 2012, 10:35 pm       Post subject: re: Costco Pesach List
The Cosco brand paper towels do not have corn starch in them.
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mama-star









  
Post Posted: Tue, Mar 27 2012, 9:36 am       Post subject: re: Costco Pesach List
foil pans aluminum foil etc
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Monsey Mom









  
Post Posted: Tue, Mar 27 2012, 9:39 am       Post subject: re: Costco Pesach List
Although I love Costco, I think the heavy plastic plates are cheaper at Amazing Savings.
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ettilou









  
Post Posted: Sun, Feb 15 2015, 4:32 pm       Post subject: Re: Costco Pesach List
I asked the OU again last week about Kirkland frozen salmon with only the OU, no KP, and it is KP. This is great for yontif
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Lady Godiva









  
Post Posted: Sun, Feb 15 2015, 5:06 pm       Post subject: re: Costco Pesach List
They started carrying shemurah matzah and they're cheaper than most other stores (though don't expect them to really be cheap... is anything made of flour and water with a kosher sign on it--especially a kosher Passover sign--ever cheap? Rolling Eyes ).
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ettilou









  
Post Posted: Sun, Feb 15 2015, 5:21 pm       Post subject: Re: Costco Pesach List
I asked the OU again last week about Kirkland frozen salmon with only the OU, no KP, and it is KP. This is great for yontif
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SingALong









  
Post Posted: Mon, Feb 16 2015, 3:02 pm       Post subject: Re: Costco Pesach List
Last year I got Kirkland wipes, napkins, paper towels, and tissues, said in blumenkranz book they were ok for pesach
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Lady Godiva









  
Post Posted: Mon, Feb 16 2015, 3:09 pm       Post subject: Re: Costco Pesach List
SingALong wrote:
Last year I got Kirkland wipes, napkins, paper towels, and tissues, said in blumenkranz book they were ok for pesach

Did you find out about the toilet paper, too? Hee hee
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ettilou









  
Post Posted: Mon, Feb 16 2015, 3:35 pm       Post subject: Re: Costco Pesach List
Lady Godiva wrote:
Did you find out about the toilet paper, too? Hee hee


No need for sarcasm. There's starch used in those items and many people are makpid not to eat kitnios, or have it in there home. Many people throes away the last couple paper towels on the roll just to avoid it.
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zaq









  
Post Posted: Mon, Feb 16 2015, 3:51 pm       Post subject: Re: Costco Pesach List
Lady Godiva wrote:
Did you find out about the toilet paper, too? Hee hee


What do you use to drain excess fat from your fried foods if not paper towels--cotton tea towels?
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rosenbal









  
Post Posted: Mon, Feb 16 2015, 4:55 pm       Post subject: Re: Costco Pesach List
ettilou wrote:
No need for sarcasm. There's starch used in those items and many people are makpid not to eat kitnios, or have it in there home. Many people throes away the last couple paper towels on the roll just to avoid it.


A clarification:
Even Ashkenazim are 100% permitted to own kitniyos products. Of course nowadays we generally sell all our food including kitniyos (although according to halacha there is no need to sell kitniyos - look in the shulchan aruch).

However certainly no one requires one to sell or get rid of non food items like paper products that have kitniyos on them even if they wouldn't use them with their food.

(We dont sell chametz gamur but many do And that's a separate issue.)
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marina









  
Post Posted: Mon, Feb 16 2015, 4:56 pm       Post subject: Re: Costco Pesach List
Everyone who resurrected this thread is hereby banned from imamother. DO NOT USE THE P WORD before purim.
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bookie









  
Post Posted: Mon, Feb 16 2015, 4:59 pm       Post subject: Re: Costco Pesach List
marina wrote:
Everyone who resurrected this thread is hereby banned from imamother. DO NOT USE THE P WORD before purim.


This. Seriously. Now I am getting nervous.
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