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Old 01-01-2005, 07:11 AM   #31
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I'm really surprised at how huge some of the tubs and bottles in your fridge Baw


Top shelf: Insulin, Low fat custard from Christmas. Orange juice, Slimline tonic water from Christmas, Reduced Sugar Jam

Middle shelf: Margarine, cooked meats like ham I think, some sauce from Christmas, yoghurt, low fat cream also from christmas.

Bottom shelf: Hundreds of low fat yoghurts (4 of us in the family have one every day at breakfast, they go quickly) lettuce, tomatoes, spring onions.

Drawer on left: Vegetables.
Drawer on right: Meat.

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Old 01-01-2005, 09:51 AM   #32
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I want to live in the special fridge.

I've got like, no food in my fridge right now so I'm embarrassed and won't post a pic.
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Old 01-01-2005, 10:06 AM   #33
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No picture to post but there is so little in my fridge I can simply list it.

12 pack of Diet Pepsi
6 pack of Michelob Ultra (this will see use today for the Rose Bowl)
Ketchup
mustard
A-1 Steak sauce
margarine
and 1/2 carton of milk.


thats it.
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The BAWs have the best fridges
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Old 01-01-2005, 10:26 AM   #35
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Mi fridge es su fridge!!!!

Our fridge is always open to you!

ps. Lara; large tubs because of growing teenagers!!!
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Old 01-01-2005, 04:14 PM   #36
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All those pics of full fridges are making me hungry, despite the fact i'm kinda full up after eating a yummy takeaway curry!

I don't have a lot in my fridge at the moment, this is it:

milk;
bread;
tomatoes;
pineapple juice;
margarine;
jam;
cheddar cheese slices;
eggs.

That's it! I sure wish i had it loaded up with some bottles of wine, though. Big wine fan here!


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Old 01-02-2005, 04:58 AM   #37
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No photos of my fridge...trust me it's better this way.

water
orange juice
chocolate soy milk
Dr. Pepper
mayo
margerine
butter
eggs
olives
bacon
big batch of chilli (should freeze most of it)
half an onion
carrots
green beans
left over mashed potatoes
maple syrup
stir fry sauce (not sure what kind...)
italian salad dressing
barbeque sauce
various horse and cat medication that has to be kept cold
and various and sundry containers that have been in there so long I'm afraid to look (I just recently tossed a package of vaccuum packed baby carrots when I realized they had been in there since my mom's death...in April... )

Freezer (the one attached to the fridge)
ice
ice cream
stir fry mixed vegies
green beans
broccoli
peas
cauliflower
orange juice
two frozen dinners
one egg roll
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Fridge:
Vegetables (baby carrots, broccoli, cucumber, zuchinni, mushrooms, spouts, lettuce and spinach)
Fruits (apples, pears, oranges and a lemon)
Dairy products - 2% milk, skim milk, cream, butter, yogurt (4 types/brands), assorted cheeses (feta, old cheddar, parmesan, processed cheese slices and cheese sticks)
Beer in bottles and cans, Smirnoff coolers in bottles
Baileys Irish Cream
Salad dressings (3 types)
Ketchup (Heinz of course)
Mustard (regular, dijon and spicy)
Sauces: Soya, Worcestershire, tartar, plum, seafood and chili
Relish and hot dog relish
Horseradish
Minced garlic and hot garlic ginger
Cookie dough
Coffee
Salsa
Dill Pickles and Jalapenos
Margarine
Chocolate chips
Snapple
Pepsi and Diet Pepsi
Eggs
Peanut butter
Coleslaw
Deli ham and turkey
Firm tofu
Bacon
Sausages
Tortilla wraps
Jam and Marmalade
Low fat mayo and low fat miracle whip
Chip dip
Egg whites
Roasted red peppers
Barbecue Sauce
Maple Syrup
Aunt Jemina lite syrup
Apple Juice
Bottled water
And tonight's dinner - piece of wild sockeye salmon

Freezer:
ice cubes
ice cream
assorted bread products (whole wheat bread, low carb bread, low fat bread, english muffins and hot dog buns)
Bacon and sausages
Spaghetti sauce
Tater tots
Fish sticks
Lean cuisines x 3
waffles and pancakes
Vegie burgers and Meat burgers
Smoked salmon
Calamari
Ground beef
Ground chicken
Chicken thighs and breasts
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