Another reason to like Publix: they carry besan flour.
If you don't know this product, probably that's because you're normal and eat carbs like a normal person.
If you aren't normal and don't eat carbs, besan is like your best food friend. It's flour of finely ground chick peas. It's the basis for foods that, when you don't eat carbs, strike you as faintly carb-y. Like socca, which you can eat as bread or use for pizza crust. Or farinata, another pancake/flatbread. Or panelle, as close to a French fry as a non-carb can get.
Yep, this little gem of exotica is about the last thing you'd expect to find at a supermarket in a WASP-y part of town. So either there are serious Indian food lovers shopping at Publix, or Publix really, really knows the anti-carb Belle Meade market. And they're committed: I counted six bags at least. Priced at $6.99, that's $3 more than it usually costs at Indian groceries. But those stores are all the way across town. And they don't have Publix mango pie.