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Old 02-10-2010, 10:44 AM   #31
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My pantry is almost as bad. I need counseling!
Gosh, I never thought this way about my self, but what you are saying might be corect about me also.
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Old 02-10-2010, 10:47 AM   #32
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1 goose
3 ducks
40 pounds of SC shrimp
chicken
frozen veggies
a bag of something I think I better toss (mystery bag?)
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Old 02-23-2010, 11:58 AM   #33
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my local super market has red snapper for $2.99 a pound but i just bought enough to eat, dont really like freezing fish.
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Old 02-23-2010, 03:24 PM   #34
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My grandmother used to freeze fish in water and said it tasted fresh when defrosted. It takes a bit more room but she always had good fish.
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Old 02-23-2010, 03:51 PM   #35
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yeah thats what my dad does too and it seems to work ok.
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Old 02-24-2010, 05:41 AM   #36
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Since this thread started I decided to only eat from the freezer until I had it down to a managable level. We've been eating a lot of chicken, ham and hamburger. It's still pretty full. However, it's been saving on my weekly food bill!
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Old 02-25-2010, 05:43 PM   #37
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we re-stocked so there's 4 or so boxes of pierogies, i'm freezing leftover broth from a roast beef tonite, there's potstickers, gorgonzola gnocci, cheese ravioli, pork, & veggies too.
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Old 02-26-2010, 01:33 AM   #38
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I have kind of been dreading getting a chest freezer because I just know that eventually I'll end up accumulating mystery meats and UFOs (Unidentified Frozen Objects) that I'd have to toss out.

So right now I have two upright fridges:

The top freezer of the first fridge is reserved for neutral-smelling items:

Soups
Stocks
Ice creams
Breads
Tortillas
Springroll wrappers
Butters
Flours
Nuts
Frozen berries
Limoncello

My other fridge is a side-by-side double door. The freezer section is organized by shelves/drawers into:

Frozen homemade baked goods
Frozen home-cooked food like stews, spaghetti sauces, etc.
Frozen home-made pesto, shawarma sauce, etc.
Frozen veggies
Store-bought processed food like sausages, fishballs, etc
Poultry (whole, marinating parts)
Seafood (soft shell crabs, New Zealand mussels, fish fillets, cuttlefish, shrimp)
Pork (various parts)
Beef (various parts)

This way, with one look at my freezers, I can do a quick inventory before going on a replenishing run to the super.
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Old 02-26-2010, 02:38 AM   #39
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We live in an apartment and just have the fridge freezer. We have come close many times in getting a freezer, but there just isn't enough room. In my freezer at the moment there is...

-vegies (peas, green beans, broccoli, snap peas, stir-fry vegies)
-fruit (strawberries, pineapple, peaches)
-popsicles
-1/2 gallon orange sherbet
-1/2 gallon sugar-free chocolate ice cream
-part of 1/2 gallon sugar-free chocolate ice cream
-1/2 gallon butter pecan ice cream
-chicken breasts
-ground beef
-bacon
-lunch meat (bologna, ham, turkey pastrami)
-wheat english muffins
-1/2 of a lemon tea cake
-2 or 3 pineapple crumb bars
-soft pretzels
-lumpia (from a neighbor)
-2 supreme french bread pizzas
-small package of shrimp
-2 frozen bananas

coming back to add... I forgot something.. a small package of mozzarella cheese
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Old 02-27-2010, 09:43 AM   #40
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1 whole chicken
2 chorizos
package of steaks
chicken breast
bag of tilapia fillets
frozen corn, lima beans, peas, yellow squash, spinach and "stir-fry" mix
frozen peaches and strawberries
chicken stock
vanilla bean ice cream
whole roma tomatoes
bag of parsley
4 or 5 black bananas
banana bread loaf
chunk of lard
2 ice cream sandwiches
3 containers of my hubby's chili
2 containers of my hubby's pork roast
long forgotten box of toaster streudals
1 pkg plain bagels
espresso
1 can pineapple apple juice
and about 20-some-odd bags of breastmilk (haha...for my 5 mo's consumption only)
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