So how does she manage the feat? Well, she lives by the grocery delivery service Instacart. "I love Instacart. I mean, that’s the truth," Braunwyn told The Feast when we sat down with her at Bravo HQ in Universal City. "We do food delivery two to three times a week."
And because the service processes orders for a variety of stores around town, "I order from Whole Foods, [and] I might order from Pavilions down the street," Braunwyn said.
And the kids participate in the ordering and decision making on the app-based grocery tool. "It's easier though because the older kids can put their own food into the Instacart, so, they get what they want," she told us. "The nannies even know how to access to my Instacart now."
But when it comes to one cult-favorite grocery chain, she has to go in person: "And then I do Trader Joe’s once a week, because they don’t deliver."
Any way you slice it, Braunwyn told us: "I mean, we are grocery shopping almost every day."
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