If you have a sport water bottle you have a bidet
Better half in French, we have them. They don't use paper to wipe but have to dry yourself some way right? Air dry but some still use TP for that and not everyone likes water shot at them.I am so glad we installed a bidet when we remodeled the house. We still use TP, but less. I won't go into the mechanics. Seriously folks, if you have a chance to install one, you will like the clean all over feeling.
It's a bit like a scavenger hunt, we've found that specialty markets can be your best bet.Hit up smart & final fresh this morning and they had restocked the night before. Plenty of bread, muffins, water, drinks, wine, fruit & veg's. Still little light on the meats, dairy, patsa but better selection than some places. One of the keys is to shop early after the nightly restock, just have to find out which days?
Seems like different stores have different runs on stuff. Local Asian market plenty of fish, crabs, seafood but little meat. Walmart fresh had bunch of meat, corned beef, sausage so we shopped there for the St Paddy's days food. Some of these places I don't frequent but been presently surprised when I dropped in.
For the questions about reducing TP use, yes consider a Bidet. The "clear rear" ones we have are nice since you can adjust pressure & angle.
I got to Costco at 6:30 am and was 42nd in line this morning but when I got through the doors it was a free for all! Ppl that were behind me ran to the tp aisle... I was lucky enough that they had 8 pallets of tp today otherwise I would’ve been SOL. I went there on Wednesday and they only gave out 60 vouchers for the first 60 customers so I consider myself lucky today lol. I was also able to get my hands on hand sanitizer and latex gloves. As for food items, they had everything except for frozen chicken. Costco is the way to go if you don’t mind standing in the cold and rain this week.The Costco’s by my house have food. Not always what you might want at any given time but there is tons of food. They usually have TP in the morning until all the knuckleheads with chronic diarrhea show up.