In my Fridge and Freezer

I recently tossed up a blog post about what I keep in my pantry, so figured I’d expand the list to touch upon what I keep in my fridge / freezer! Riveting stuff!!

Obviously this list is vastly different these days, as I’ve been trying to extend my trips to the grocery store to once every few weeks. My fridge right now actually looks a little somethings like this. But in an ideal world, when some semblance of “normal” is restored, here’s what I’ve got goin’ on. Or rather, goin’ in.

Fridge

  • eggs
  • veggies that keep for a long time: onions, mushrooms, peppers
  • greens: romaine, arugula, kale, spinach
  • herbs: thyme, rosemary, dill, basil, oregano (usually just one for the week)
  • fruits: sumo oranges, apples, berries, grapes, lemons, limes
  • dairy free yogurt
  • hummus
  • sustainably and ethically raised organic meat
  • sauerkraut
  • non-dairy milks (oat and almond milk are my go-to’s)
  • bone broth
  • filtered water
  • nut butters 
  • olives 
  • artichokes
  • dijon mustard
  • salad dressing: I’m so loyal to Primal Kitchen Foods (hooked!!)
  • jams 
  • butter
  • seltzer water

Freezer

  • frozen fruits and veggies (spinach, kale, cauliflower rice, blueberries, mixed berries, bananas 
  • frozen waffles (I like Birchbender’s)
  • frozen veggie burgers (I like Hilary’s)
  • frozen meals: I like SunBasket, Daily Harvest, and Primal Kitchen new frozen meals, cauliflower gnocchi from Trader Joe’s
  • Siete’s tortillas 
  • sourdough / gluten free bread
  • frozen meat
  • frozen salmon / fish 
  • frozen desserts, like chocolate covered strawberry cheesecakes
  • ice cream (I like Beckon!)

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