What’s In YOUR Fridge?
I love food. And I love seeing other people’s food (namely, in their fridge). Yes, I know. Kind of weird. It goes nicely with my habit of peeking into other people’s carts at the grocery store. Try it sometime…it’s fun.
Here is a photo of our fridge back in Bozeman (I WISH my RV fridge was this big!). It’s a pretty typical high raw fooder’s fridge.
On the top shelf there is broccoli, 3 bags of sprouts (I didn’t grow my own that week), hemp seeds, soaked almonds, Earth Balance, sprouted english muffins, and sprouted bread.
Middle shelf: farm eggs, avocado, pineapple, strawberries, sweet corn, blueberries, 1/2 lemon, and bunch of stuff I can’t see back there.
Bottom shelf: cucumbers, greens, greens, greens, greens. Oh, and some more greens. 🙂 We go through SO much baby spinach. I usually buy four large 1 lb. containers at a time. Romaine is my other fave…I usually have a big romaine salad every day for lunch, and I use it in my green juice as well. I also love the big container of mixed greens…because it’s pre-washed and takes so much less time to prepare!
In the door: Some taco sauce that I bought for my family when they were up for Christmas (hmmmm…maybe I can get rid of that), almond milk, vegenaise, vegan “shaky cheese” for Bella’s noodles.
Drawers: Limes. Note to self: when making a recipe that requires 1 lime, you don’t need to buy the giant bag from Costco or they will go bad before you use them. Silly Sara. Costco makes me have insane tendencies. So. Much. Food. 🙂 I think there are some onions down there too.
So…what is in YOUR fridge this week?