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What’s in MY fridge, and YOURS!


Robyn Openshaw - Apr 07, 2013 - This Post May Contain Affiliate Links


fridge1My daughter Emma was examining the contents of our fridges and said, “Mom, you should take a photo of what we eat, because it’s so pretty.”

Good idea, Emma. Done. Here’s the left side fridge, right side fridge, and the two together.

(Tons of YouTube subscribers have asked me if I got a double-wide fridge. No, it’s two fridges, and we moved the handle on one of them to the other side.)

Aren’t whole foods prettier than chicken nuggets and burgers and milk and pepperoni and Lunchables and cans of soda?

fridge2Be the first to accurately identify 10 items in my fridges, by POSTING A REPLY here. (When I go to approve comments, we can see who was first, and we’ll show you and get your address then.)

The first wins a 12 Steps to Whole Foods course manual ($99.95). Be the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or 5th, and win an autographed copy of The Green Smoothies Diet.

Ready, set, GO!

Emma just read this and said, “Tell them we want to see what’s in THEIR fridge, and give them prizes for that!”

fridges3Great idea. Take a photo of the inside of your fridge, and send it to us with a list of what’s in it. Whether it’s GOOD, BAD, or UGLY. The best one wins a 12 Steps to Whole Foods manual, and so does the one in most desperate need of a FRIDGE MAKEOVER!

Send a photo of the inside of YOUR fridge to support123@greensmoothiegirl.com and we’ll post them on the blog later! Feel free to tell us a sob story about the contents of your fridge. Everybody here at GSG needs a laugh.

 

 

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7 thoughts on “What’s in MY fridge, and YOURS!”

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  1. Kerry C-C says:

    Some things I see in your fridge are: tomatoes, hummus, grapes, spinach, sunflower greens, lemons, colored mini peppers, romaine lettuce, bowl of mixed salad, apples, pure maple syrup, carrots, and it looks like some bunches of other greens, yogurt or kefir or homemade nut milk, possibly sprouts, strawberries, green smoothie, and many other healthful foods that give lots of vitality. (just read the email, but thought I’d join in anyway)

  2. Donna says:

    Your fridge contains: strawberries, cherry or roma tomatoes (can’t tell the scale of size properly-leaning towards roma), ginger soother, zico coconut water, grapes, spininch, sabra hummus singles, sweet bell peppers, lemons, green apples, red bell peppers, maple syrup, carrots…just a few easy to recognize…lots of greens….!

  3. Lucy Zeller says:

    looks good, I see tomatoes, Humus, zico coconut water, grapes, strawberries, lemons, peppers, spinach, apples, qt jars of green smoothies, celery, mixed greens wish I had a fridge that looks like yours.

  4. Susan Heckt says:

    In your refrigerator I see: lots of green and red apples, green grapes, grape tomatoes, coconut water, 1 larger and 2 single hummus containers, spinach, swiss chard, romaine lettuce, large red peppers, small red, yellow and orange peppers, lemons, mixed salad in container, sunflower greens, carrots, pure maple syrup, and many kinds of seeds and nuts.

  5. Patrice says:

    I know I’m tardy but here it goes… Drink ~ Ginger Soother, Zico Coconut water, Veggies/Fruit ~ cherry tomato, green grapes, spinach lettuce, cauliflower, mini peppers, Sunflower greens, celery, Lg red peppers,, Pears, Strawberries, apples, carrots. Grains ~ Quinoa, Bulgar. Sabra hummus & Almond Butter.
    Good foodie fridge!!!

  6. Christina Elliott says:

    Strawberries, hummus, grapes, peppers, celery, green apples, tomatos, onions, baby spinich, coconut milk, lemons

    Look forward to meeting you tomorrow in Vancouver,WA

  7. Heidi says:

    Probably too late, but wanted to join this fun activity! I see Green smoothies, fresh strawberries, grape tomatoes, fresh grapes, fresh spinach, Hummus, sweet mini peppers, lemons, green leaf lettuce, apples…and much more:)

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