What’s in MY fridge, and YOURS!
My 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?
Be 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!”
Great 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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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16 thoughts on “What’s in MY fridge, and YOURS!”Leave a Comment
I see, tomatoes, spinach, Zico coconut water, Sabra Hummas, clelery, peppers, maple syrup, apples, carrots lemons and romaine lettuce.
2 quarts green smoothies
2 pints green smoothies
Kirkland natural maple syrup
romaine lettuce hearts
grapes, celery, apples, strawberries, lemons
I see Green Smoothie drink, Onions, strawberries, a couple of different kinds of Hummus, Ginger Soother, tomatoes, grapes, Sunflower Greens (that’s a new one for me), Spinach, Lemons, green/yellow/red/orange peppers, romaine lettuce…..and that’s just in one refrigerator!! Looks a lot like my frig!!! I’m pretty new to your blog…but loving it!!
Grapes, tomatoes, celery, coconut water, cauliflower, broccoli, apples, pears, peppers, and apple butter.
I spy: grapes, strawberries,
celery, sweet peppers, sunflower greens, hummus singles, pablano peppers, swiss chard, mangos, spinach…
Hello, I see apples, grapes, lemons, red and yellow mini peppers, celery, spinach, strawberries, cherry tomatoes, carrots, onions, apples, and green smoothies (In the jar – top shelf). what a fun idea – love the contents of your fridge!
10 itmes I see in your frig are: green grapes – smoothie drinks – peppers – strawberries – hummus – sunflower greens – apples – pearl tomatoes – spinach – lettuce
I think the contest might be over but here is what I think is in your fridge. umm us, papaya, seeds, coconut water, green grapes, small bell peppers, green grapes, apples, romaine lettuce, grape tomatoes, spinach, strawberries.
I see Coconut Water, Grapes, Sprouts, Peppers, Strawberries, Pure Maple Syrup; Apples, Carrots, Hummus, Pears
When I clicked on the link in your newsletter yesterday morning, it did not take me to the correct page, but I finally found it by clicking on your blog. However, there was no place to “reply” (guess either your computer or mine was being cranky), so I just emailed the contents of your fridge that I had time to identify before leaving for church. I don’t see many replies by people listing the contents of their own fridge, so I will list mine:
delicious apples, gala apples, clementine oranges, bananas, red grapes, pineapple, limes, avocados
organic raisins, organic figs, dates
blueberries, sweet cherries, tart cherries, strawberries, mango, homegrown apples
celery, green onions, cauliflower, carrots, broccoli, asparagus, green beans, organic beets, organic red cabbage, red onions, various salad/smoothie greens, dried hedge apples (for medicinal use), Nori sea vegetables
flax seed oil, red palm oil, avocado oil, sweet almond oil, coconut cream, cod liver oil, organic castor oil (for castor oil packs)
Dairy & Eggs:
kefir, yogurt, cream (all organic store-bought, as my goats are not being milked right now), butter, fresh eggs from my chickens,
Nuts & seeds:
raw soaked almonds, organic peanut butter, pecans, organic pumpkin seed, organic flax seed, organic chia seed, organic sunflower seeds, brown rice (rarely used, as we are currently eating grain-free)
fresh ginger root, plus bulk quantities of several herbs that we feed our goats
homemade vinaigrette, homemade Ranch (made with kefir & yogurt), homemade ketchup, homemade fermented sauerkraut
Meat (my husband is a HUGE meat eater, but I eat only about 1 serving a week):
venison, wild turkey, home-grown free-range chicken, home-grown grass-fed beef
We live 120 miles from the nearest source for organic foods, so I mostly buy what will keep at least 3-6 months, as I don’t get to shop there often. I have not been able to have a garden for the past 3 years, partly due to the extreme drought we are in and partly because of a physical handicap, but I hope to have a small garden next year.
Here are some items I see: coconut water, lemons, tiny tomatoes, GREEN SMOOTHIES, celery, red pepper, green grapes, maple syrup, yoghurt, apples
Romaine lettuce, apples, green grapes, cherry tomatoes, green smoothies, maple syrup, coconut milk, seeds, nuts, spinach, and lots of good stuff! Looks a lot like my fridge. I have sprouted oat groats and alfalfa in mine. I try to sprout something everyday and add it to my meals. I am having a hard time getting my kids to share in my enthusiasm for eating well. Hopefully, they will be more willing as time goes on.
hello you have lemons grapes hummus luttuce peppers spinach cherry tomatoes sunflower greens strwberries smoothie
Who are the winners? Where and when will they be posted?
Working on that!