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what is in your fridge?

contents of sarah's fridge

what is in your fridge?

For something that is too much fun. . . Glenda from Healthy Stories alerted me to the fact that there is something fun happening on foodie / nutritionist blogs today. It is called a blog hop, it is being run by Natural New Age Mum and the exercise is to document what is in your fridge. It is pretty fun πŸ™‚

To this end, I give you what is in my fridge. It looks fairly bare at the moment, most of what I eat happens in the vegetable cooler, and I did chuck a few questionable jars out, for this exercise πŸ™‚

contents of sarah's fridge

I need to go shopping! hehe

Fridge main

Almond Breeze – Almond milk – calcium fortified! Β it doesn’t taste as nice as the organic stuff but it has heaps of calcium in it.

– a frothing jug for milk for coffee

– lsa, chia and flaxseed meal

– coriander pesto

– jar of green smoothie

– nuttelex dairy free butter

-papaya

-pineapple

– mountain bread

– beef mince and veges for tacos in bowl

– carrots

sarah's fridge door

condiments and treats

Fridge door

– organic eggs

– avocado

– organic mustard

– home made mayonnaise

– green curry paste

– coconut flakes

– sesame oil

– almond butter

– Vitamin B complex

-probiotic supplement

– organic olives

– organic tomato sauce

sarah's vegetable chiller

where most of the action happens – the chiller drawer

Vegetable chiller

– baby spinach leaves

– mesculin lettuce leaf mix

– locally grown bok choy

– capsicum (red and yellow)

– celery

– zucchini

– broccoli

– brussels sprouts

– beetroot

– mushrooms

wine and chlorophyll

ah – the wine shelf

The wine shelf

The best shelf in the house!

– White pinot grigio wine

– chlorophyll – which needs to be consumed soon!

 

 

 

Okay, so admittedly, it is a pretty poor excuse for a foodie / nutritionist fridge!! hehe. It is amazing how much you can do with a drawer of vegetables πŸ™‚

This is a blog hop!!

2 Comments
  • Glenda @ Healthy Stories
    Posted at 21:05h, 06 November Reply

    Looks a bit like my fridge by the second half of the week. I actually like to get it down pretty low by the end of the week to reduce food waste and try to use up the odds and ends rather than throwing them out. But at least you still have plenty of veggies to choose from πŸ™‚

  • Sarah James
    Posted at 09:49h, 07 November Reply

    Haha Glenda. Agreed. It is much better to use everything than waste food. ‘Love food, hate waste’ πŸ™‚

    It was a lot of fun to peek in other people’s fridges too!

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