Friday, April 8, 2011

What's In Your Fridge?

I have been super busy with cleaning, tea parties, and dog training and then yesterday I had almost no access to the Internet. But I am doing okay. I had a bit of an emotional crash last night and this morning because a) I was under a lot of stress over something that was resolved last night and I sort of decompressed in an uncontrolled way, and b) I am mid-cycle with whacky hormones. After a week and a half of eating on plan, I lost it and ate a plate of tortilla chips and about 3 ounces of cheese last night. It wasn't a *binge* per se. In fact I ate them very slowly and savored them quite a bit. However the greasiness made me feel queasy and I got right back on track with my final Medifast meal. I am doing fine today with staying on plan; the scale bumped up 2 pounds overnight which is, I am sure, water retention. My goal is to have that gone by my weigh in on Sunday.

I am always interested in hearing about what other people are eating. There are so many different ways to eat, and I am curious: what's in your fridge right now? How about your freezer and pantry?


Romaine, baby spinach, iceberg lettuce, zucchini, mushrooms, cabbage, broccoli, Greek yogurt, fish oil, unsweetened vanilla almond milk, natural peanut butter, half & half, sugar free vanilla creamer, low fat mozzarella, low fat Mexican blend shredded cheese, lite string cheese, salsa, light Hidden Valley Ranch, Litehouse Salsa Ranch dressing, low carb coleslaw dressing, lite mayo, mustard, low carb ketchup, Walden Farms 0 calorie chocolate syrup, Walden Farms 0 calorie Strawberry jelly, low fat chicken sausages, lite soy sauce, butter, dill pickles, green olives, sugar free strawberry Jello cups, low fat cottage cheese, Mori Nu soft silken tofu, eggs, Egg Beaters, cream cheese, sesame oil, garlic, celery, boxes of free range chicken broth, Parmesan cheese, Medifast RTD shakes, ground flaxseed, light Balsamic vinaigrette.

Boneless skinless chicken breasts, extra lean ground beef, ground turkey, turkey breast 'burger' patties, red and orange pepper strips, Steamfresh broccoli and green beans, cauliflower, several bags of frozen on-plan meals I prepared a week ago, lean turkey sausage crumbles, Morningstar Farms recipe crumbles, various types of MSF veggie burgers, salmon, homemade chicken stock, lean beef roasts, chicken pieces, pork tenderloin.

Loads of herbs & spices, Himalayan pink salt, sea salt, regular and light olive oils, canola oil, various vinegars, coffee, lots of tea, Splenda packets, sugar free Torani and Davinci syrups, several types of tuna in cans and pouches, canned salmon that my son caught, cans of diet soda, cans of green beans, diced tomatoes, Rotel, low carb spaghetti sauce, spaghetti squash, canned chicken breast, Pam, Jif, tons of Medifast food packets and bars, cans of black olives.

Of course, there is other stuff that family members are eating (like those darn tortilla chips, whole wheat bread, fruits, potatoes, and too much cheese) but I am only listing above the stuff that is for ME to eat on my plan. I get a wide variety of food and really enjoy it.

Maybe I will write another post later today. I have a bit more cleaning and dog training to do!


timothy said...

lemme see
fridge: romaine lettuce, string cheese, eggs, hot dogs, pepperoni, shredded mixed cheese, dill relish, mayo, mustard (dieters best friend)
freezer: tilapia, salmon, ground turkey
pantry: pork skins,tuna, tiny shrimp, vienna sausage
i'm goin to the grocery today! lolol

w0rld4vamps said...

right now my fridge is kind of empty (I'm about to go grocery shopping) so feta cheese, parmessan cheese, romano cheese. one slice of naan. Fuji apples, green onions, yellow onion, zucchini. deli turkey slices. chicken broth, vanilla soy milk, soy sauce, pesto, mayo, and spicy mustard.. that's about it! LOL

MargieAnne said...

We keep things simple... a tight budget seems to do that.

Pantry:- spices and herbs, L&P Worcestershire sauce, Thai sweet chilli sauce, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, tins chopped tomatoes for casseroles etc. tuna, coffee, various sugars, stevia, rice crackers, whole grain rice, raw almonds, and yeast, various flours for John's breadmaking, rolled oats. Potatoes, brown onions and kumera,(sweet potato).

Freezer:- berries for my smoothies, frozen mixed veggies, peas, chuck steak for casserole, lamb mince for homemade sausages, iceblocks, oh, and icecream for John.

Fridge:- veggies:- celery, carrots, iceberg lettuce, long cucumber, tomato, portabello mushrooms, (tea tonight I think), pumpkin. Missing broccoli and courgettes and red capsicum, (bell pepper) and silverbeet or chard.
Dairy:- Standard milk, natural Greek yoghurt, butter, edam cheese, cottage cheese.
Other:- bacon, cold roast pork, small cans basil and tomato tuna, eggs, tomato sauce, (ketchup), Paul Newman dressings, (light balsamic and light honey mustard), ground almonds, and linseed, meat stock, will be making veggie soup today.

I think that's all. Hopefully will keep us going for another week.

Anonymous said...

This is a good food spot to thank you for a recipe you posted a while back for a cauliflower crust pizza. We had that for the second time last night and it was great!This time I baked the crust browner and crispier. We really enjoyed it.

Fridge: spinach, spring mix, radishes, carrots, celery, peppers, broccoli, cabbage, cucumbers, mushrooms, grapes, parsley, ginger, sour cream, pickles, apples, pears, salsa, eggs, cooked chicken, cooked beef, fat-free refried beans, green olives, kalamata olives, cheeses, ham, low carb tortillas, soy sauce, olive oil based salad dressing, garlic

Pantry; grape tomatoes, onions, nuts, dark chocolate, canned tomatoes, canned beans, jarred low-sugar pasta sauce, whole wheat pastas, whole wheat rounds, black olives, coffee, tea, tuna, smoked oysters, sardines, vinegars, EV olive oil, sesame oil, spices, canned mushrooms, tomato sauce, chiles, vitamins, oatmeal (in the round tub), hot sauce


Freezer: Cooked and raw ground beef, chicken, pork, beef, sausage, ham, chicken broth, green beans, asparagus, cauliflower, peas, edamame, brussels sprouts, shrimp, lima beans, turnip greens,

Christel said...

I'm going from memory here:

Fridge: sour cream, salsa, shredded mozzarella and mexican blend cheese, goat cheese, kraft singles, low carb yogurt, low carb tortillas, light soy milk, clementines, pizza sauce, marinara sauce, alfredo sauce, cans of tuna, brussels sprouts, zucchini, red bell peppers, broccoli, lettuce, string cheese, pepperoni, spray butter, sugar free jelly, sugar free chocolate and strawberry syrups, miso paste, sugar free pancake syrup, soy sauce, several mustards, light mayo, barbecue sauce, caesar dressing, balsamic vinaigrette, 2 different sugar free jell-o desserts, eggs, dill relish, pepperocinis, dark sesame oil, butter, philly cooking cream

Freezer: cod fillets, chicken breast, two frozen dinners, turkey sausage links, frozen peaches, frozen berries, one lemon sorbet bar, 12 pumpkin brownies, cranbran vita tops, one frozen waffle, cookies and cream frozen yogurt, a single serving peach pie, 2 blue otter pops that are at least two years old

Wasa light crackers, laughing cow wedges in three flavors, dreamfield's pasta, regular pasta, instant brown rice, sugar free jell-o and pudding mix, bananas, seven kinds of protein powder, olive oil, canola oil, spices, sausage gravy mix, fish fry breading, gummy vitamins, micro pop corn, protein bars, Bisquik, peanut butter captain crunch, corn flakes, chocolate chips, sweetened condensed milk, dried peaches, a tiny bit of peanut butter, tea, Crystal Light, hot chocolate mix, cider mix, low fat graham crackers, honey, splenda, powdered sugar, flour, baking powder, corn starch, corn muffin mix

lots of the things in the pantry have been there since time immortal and need to be tossed out.

Diandra said...

There's not much in the fridge right now, since it's Saturday and we have to do the grocery marathon once the BF gets up... I guess all there is right now is some cheese and yogurt. ^^