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What's inside your fridge?
Posted 11/3/14 , edited 11/3/14
Other than my housemates' belongings, in the fridge I've got almond milk, eggs and garlic hummus. In the freezer I've got frozen berries, pre-sliced frozen fish and okras.

What's inside your fridge?
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Nothing. I am on a budget -_____________-
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Soda. Just...lots and lots of soda.
Posted 11/3/14 , edited 11/4/14

MrChamploo wrote:

Nothing. I am on a budget -_____________-


You should buy a bag of unshelled peanuts, and eat it with the shells left on. It's cheap, it tastes like chocolate, and just a few pieces can get your stomach full really fast. I'm not too sure if it's healthy though, but it saved me a couple of times when I was on a budget as well.

Edit: unshelled*
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Water and Gatorade, that is all.
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Fruit, yogurt, cat food, left overs from dinner. In the freezer, frozen veggies, ice cubes, and a loaf of bread I need to take out in the morning.
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Oh you do not want to know...
Posted 11/3/14
^That only makes me even more curious.
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A Human Head

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Food.....
Chocolate milk, whole milk, eggs, bacon, shredded hash-browns (got to cook them), several different kinds of cheese, Miller High Life ($7.38 for a 12-pack @ Winco), several different kinds of Japanese cooking sauces(Tonkatsu, teriyaki, etc,), a couple jars of my brother's home made dill pickles, some bib lettuce, mayo, several different kinds of mustard, salad dressings, two bottles of Ice wine(late harvest wines), a bottle of corn oil for cooking, some lard, some homemade salsa, Iced tea and, I think, a bottle of moderately spendy sake.....
If I actually go look I might find something I forgot about.
NOW for the freezer.....
frozen stuff....

Posted 11/3/14
Bottle of tequila in the freezer and pumpkin pie in the fridge and a few bottles of water c:
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Protein shakes, coconut water, running out of milk, buns for my burger, dinner rolls bread, aloe vera juice with pulp, mayo, mustard, ketchup, jello, cheese. And that's about it for my first fridge. Freezer, Chicken patties, spinach mozzarella ravioli, and some iced water bottles.

Second fridge, typical Asian fridge with all my main food. All the sauces, eggs, leftover food, lettuce, onions, ginger. Freezer, all the frozen meat that I freeze when I don't eat them.
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Spider Webs, Spiders & Moths.
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Posted 11/3/14

applestash wrote:


MrChamploo wrote:

Nothing. I am on a budget -_____________-


You should buy a bag of shelled peanuts, and eat it with the shells left on. It's cheap, it tastes like chocolate, and just a few pieces can get your stomach full really fast. I'm not too sure if it's healthy though, but it saved me a couple of times when I was on a budget as well.


Really? o.o;
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Posted 11/3/14
I always try to keep a well stocked fridge..

Right now, I have a Spring Mix box of lettuce, carrots, snap peas, avocados, cucumbers, couple types of dressing, berries, pomegranates, apples, milk, yogurt, unsweetened ice tea, "I can't believe its not butter" (so much for being healthy, right?), potatoes, onions and roll cake.

My freezer has fish sticks, frozen veggies and ice cream!
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