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SparkPeople Experts' Refrigerators Exposed!

Fridge Staples of Our Fitness and Nutrition Experts

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Stepfanie Romine, Certified Yoga Instructor and SparkRecipes Editor
"Big-batch meals that I've cooked earlier in the week, soymilk, tofu, tempeh, beans and rice or quinoa, Daiya non-dairy 'cheese,' Field Roast veggie 'sausages,' fruits and veggies galore (giant containers of spinach, carrots, celery, kale, and whatever is in season and looks good at the market). I also store oils, nuts, my homemade nut butters, and grains in the fridge to extend their shelf lives.  You'll also find some dark chocolate--one of our favorite treats."

Denise Tausig, SparkPeople Community Moderator
"Some of the basic things in there right now include: Nonfat milk, chocolate almond milk, V8, lettuce, carrots, celery, tomatoes, broccoli, bell peppers, various cheeses (for homemade pizzas and sandwiches), eggs, yogurt, chicken breasts, Trader Joe's reduced sugar strawberry preserves, mustard, ketchup, several salad dressings, I Can’t Believe it’s Not Butter (light), and some yeast (to make pizzas)."
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Member Comments

    I like how the stuff organize, it makes more clean and more space you can add, Thanks for this post I will try this also in my refrigerator to get more space. - 3/16/2015 9:39:09 PM
  • If I lived alone my fridge would be stocked completely differently. It'd be like coach Nicole's. - 11/29/2014 11:39:37 AM
    Why would anyone keep vinegar or soy sauce in the frige? - 9/13/2014 6:26:14 PM
  • I love to see all the sparkers who practice what they preach! Thanks for sharing. Now I'm going to go clean out my pantry. - 8/18/2014 2:36:17 PM
  • This is a great article. Very helpful!! - 1/10/2014 11:28:17 AM
  • Great article. Interesting to get a glimpse of your refridgerator. Now I am hungry and very thirsty... - 10/30/2012 5:19:59 PM
    This really helps me to get my frig in order. Plus the right foods to pack it with. Thank you - 8/1/2012 3:20:04 PM
  • OK, I took pix of my fridge, freezer and pantry, and I have pretty much what they (the spark experts) have, but my roommate eats the same and there are no children in our household, so I suppose it's easier to not have unhealthy stuff around for us than some people:

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  • I like the variety of plant-based proteins in Stepfanie's. This is an awesome article--thanks for giving me some great ideas! - 5/10/2012 3:04:48 PM
  • It's nice to see inside the lives of individuals that carry on a healthy lifestyle! It's motivating. - 5/10/2012 2:51:02 PM
  • I'm sure none of you are lying, just do to the fact you have a healthy job, but it would have been nice to see pics. Make us '"normal folk" feel normal. Like a pic of Becky's ice cream. - 5/10/2012 11:08:52 AM
  • I want to eat healthier! I want to go to the store and make better choices! Thank you for the motivation and ideas!! - 5/10/2012 10:38:05 AM
  • ngood blog but more would have share pictures - 5/10/2012 9:23:05 AM
    It's good to see what the "experts" are doing/buying. I, too, am making some "expert" decisions and choices. - 5/10/2012 8:33:38 AM
  • It's good to see nutritionist and food experts have a mix of "real people" food. Everything in moderation! I have recently been on a ground turkey kick! I get the Nature's promise brand (4 oz. 160 calories) and I will brown that with some seasonings and hot sauce and throw it in a whole wheat tortilla with a tablespoon of sour cream and chunky salsa! It's sooo yummy! - 4/18/2011 8:50:57 PM

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