My first apartment after my husband and I were married had that size of refrigerator. Our kitchen as more like a camper kitchen....two burner stove and sink the size of a large pan. We shopped in small trips for foods that needed a refrigerator. We bought a small freezer and kept that in the building basement for more freezer space. But, overall we got along pretty well. We bought and cooked in small quantities. Cindi
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I tend to shop more frequently. Many fruits and vegetables don't need to be refrigerated. You can get small jars of marinara sauce that are good and dried pasta doesn't need to be refrigerated. Also grains and canned beans can be kept without a refrigerator. Planning your meals for a week may help you plan what can fit and how to compensate. Good luck.
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I am in week one of this challenge and I am struggling with sticking to my meal plan I made. One of my biggest hurdles is that I own a small fridge (think dorm size fridge) and I don't have the space to have a bigger one. I am not really sure how to do efficient grocery shopping or pack my foods in my fridge. Any suggestions about how to deal with fresh meat and fish to make it last longer?
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