You will always find almond butter in my fridge. I really do not try to stock my fridge anymore besides some leafy greens in my salad spinner. I found myself throwing stuff away because I would overbuy.
You will always find tons of salt-free frozen veggies in my freezer and a bag of frozen blueberries and some frozen bananas for blueberry sorbet's.
I always stock tons of various nuts and seeds as well as dried fruits. Orange fleshed potatoes are always common as well as some oatmeal. I usually always have 1-2 avocados laying around as well, do not buy more than this, unless of course you have a long trip to the store.
I have a family of 5 and we keep just about all of the above in our house. The one thing I didn't see was pesto concentrate? Have you seen that ever? It looks like a tube of toothpaste and has no cheese in it. I add it to Veganaisse to make a dip, spread it on grilled cheeze sandwhiches before grilling, or drop dabs across pizza.
I live with 6 other students, so currently my part of the fridge contains: red pepper hummus, half a can of sweetcorn, leftover pasta, a carrot. and thats it being full! (meant to have 2 fridges but one of them is broke and freezes things instead ) i tend to live off cupboardy/frozen things, or only buy/make fridgey stuff enough for one meal, woo! oh, and my boyfriends cheese is in there. i dont touch it though i made sure it was vegetarian, hehe.
theyre all omnis (er, carnivores more like) - great weight loss strategy. nothing stops appetite like opening your fridge to find a nice piece of "Thick Back Bacon" next to your hummus.
is it reaalllly neccesary to keep ketchup in the fridge? i never do. mines been in my cupboard since september open and hasnt killed me yet! its mouldy and i should bin it isnt it, please dont say that =(
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