A Look Into My Fridge

I randomly took a few pictures of the inside of my fridge. I did not rearrange a thing. I just snapped away. A lot of people are always curious to know what’s inside a Dietitian’s fridge. Well, here’s your chance to see. Nothing super exciting, and no, I am not perfect in my ability to stock a super healthy fridge. You must remember that I live with a 6′ 3″ triathlete.

  • Whole Wheat Bread
  • Corn Syrupy Grape jelly: My boyfriend uses it. I prefer a lower sugar jelly.
  • Hummus
  • Well-Educated Balance
  • Leftover Whole Wheat Noodles
  • Yogurt: All different kinds
  • 8 Blocks of Cabot Cheese: Cabot sent me a ton of reduced fat cheeses to use for my supermarket shopping tours.
  • Eggs: Perfect cheap quality protein that can be used for all sorts of recipes
  • Skim milk, light mayo, almond butter, dried cranberries, fruits, and veggies…
  • Leftover Chinese: Hot and Sour Soup! Delicious!
  • Tequila, Gin, White Wine

The Fridge Door

  • Butter: Yes, sometimes I need butter for a recipe or baking. This carton of butter has been sitting around for quite a few months.
  • Roasted red peppers, lite soy sauce, various mustards, Asian condiments for cooking stir-fry
  • Fish Oil Pills: It’s better to keep them in the fridge because they stay fresher longer. Fish oil is good for all kinds of things–most importantly, heart health.
  • All kinds of light dressings
  • Water Filter: I’m being Eco-friendly, and filtering out the crappy taste of our tap water.
  • Corn Syrupy Maple Syrup: We never use this. It is probably over 2 years old. 
  • Lizano Sauce: Found this when I went to Costa Rica. It is their most popular condiment, and taste amazing on everything (like ketchup), probably because it is full of sodium. Has a tangy cumin flavor.
  • More random condiments, and raisins for oatmeal (or when I don’t eat enough fruit).

The Freezer

  • Frozen Broccoli: Our go-to vegetable
  • Sweet Potato Fries
  • Fish Sticks: A healthier version
  • Frozen Berries: For smoothies mainly
  • More frozen vegetables
  • Shrimp
  • Ice Cream Sandwiches: I love ice cream, and I try not to keep a huge tub of ice cream around all the time. I just don’t like all the junk they put in most lighter ice creams. So, these ice cream sandwiches are a pretty good dessert choice. They have about 150 calories, about 5 grams fat, 12 grams sugar (not too bad for a dessert!). And they are delicious.
  • Orange and Lime Concentrate: My boyfriend uses this to make daiquiris sometimes, but we rarely ever use it. 
  • Light English Muffins
  • Ice packs for bringing my lunch to work
  • Frozen Ground Beef
  • More Frozen Vegetables
  • Phyllo Dough for making Spanakopita months ago
  • 1 no sugar added fudgsicle left!

I have realized that my fridge is kind of a mess. I am the kind of person that loves everything to be neat, organized, and clean. It makes me feel calm and collected. I think I just gave up trying to be perfect because my boyfriend just gets things messy after I clean-up. Sorry, it’s true. And I have just learned to not be so rigid. I just don’t care as much as I used to.
I hope you’ve enjoyed peeking into my fridge. What’s in your fridge?

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