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The inside of my fridge - shows what I really eat


Monday, November 04, 2013

Or at least a big part of it.
It does not look as pretty as in magazines but you get the idea. I don't have things in my fridge that are a temptation.


The top shelf is mostly nuts, nut meals and a few gluten-free flours towards the very back that my husband sometimes uses. Also a small pitcher of heavy cream.
small drawer: cheese, sunflower seeds, sea vegetables
middle shelf:
raw milk jars on the right, jar with tomato sauce, butter, bowl with chicken stock, whey jars on the left
bottom shelf:
more nuts, squash cooked and wrapped in aluminum foil, ready to be stuffed for dinner, homemade yogurt, several containers of duck eggs
vegetable drawers: cabbage from our garden, onion



door from top left to bottom right:
bulk spices (garlic and turmeric), seed packets, fish oil, yogurt starter, elderberry syrup (for flu), more fish oil tablets, organic lemonade for flavoring water, condiments, 1 bottle of gluten-free beer,

The rest of our food is either stored in the basement (veggies like squash, zucchini) or in our cabinets. Things that only some of us can eat are stored either in the back of the cabinets or in another room (study) or in a separate fridge (we got a mini-fridge for the rec room).
Most meat and veggies are in the freezer.
This system works great to keep unhealthy stuff out of sight and out of mind. emoticon
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Member Comments About This Blog Post:
SKATER787 11/4/2013 11:52PM

    Great. Nothing tells the whole eating story than a look inside the fridge! Bravo.
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P.S. I hope to clean out my fridge of old coconuts then I can organize and do some showing.

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BARCLE 11/4/2013 9:35PM

    Looks really good emoticon emoticon

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LOUIE-LILY 11/4/2013 9:24PM

    That's awesome!

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EXOTEC 11/4/2013 8:42PM

    Beautiful!

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WOUBBIE 11/4/2013 6:52PM

    OM NOM NOM!!! Looks good!

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HOUNDLOVER1 11/4/2013 4:14PM

    The milk is not from our own farm but from a small, local raw-milk dairy. Some day I would love to have a milk cow or goat, for now I don't have pasture and time for milking.


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MADEIT3 11/4/2013 3:16PM

    Cool!!

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ERIN1957 11/4/2013 3:10PM

    I have food envy LOL
All that which you have from your own farm and hands.

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FITCOFFEEMOM357 11/4/2013 2:52PM

    Nice

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