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Old 09-06-2014, 05:18 PM   #11
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No idea and I don't want to know...I don't remember the last time I looked in the freezer.
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Old 09-06-2014, 05:19 PM   #12
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No idea and I don't want to know...I don't remember the last time I looked in the freezer.
As long as you know where the cats and the ogre are it's not really important!
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Old 09-06-2014, 05:26 PM   #13
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As long as you know where the cats and the ogre are it's not really important!
Actually, the cats eat on top of the freezer...that's why I have no clue what's in it, too lazy to move everything off to look. As for Shrek, he's in his chair and yes, he is still breathing.
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Old 09-06-2014, 05:47 PM   #14
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Three cashmere sweaters and all my lambswool. I've had an infestation of moths and freezing kills the eggs and larvae.
When I used to card and spin obsessively, I always had not only a pillowcase with a fleece or two in the freezer, but paper bags/pillowcases of dog hair, llama, cashmere, alpaca, angora...you name the fiber, I probably had it in my freezer at some time or another. Now, this was a dedicated "fiber" freezer. I also froze dog beds when I had foster dogs that had fleas. It does work for moths and fleas. It is just a little hard to explain to those who expect food to be stored in a freezer...but then, you don't want to know what is stored in freezers at veterinary clinics. Now I wish I still had that freezer so I could put my pillows, sheets, and down quilt in there...even the summer-weight down quilt is too hot to sleep under in the winter at my age (even with the window open when it is -30).
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Old 09-06-2014, 05:52 PM   #15
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What's in your freezer??

Note to self: Do NOT eat at Mad Cook's or CWS's places. Especially if they look in their freezers.
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Old 09-06-2014, 06:20 PM   #16
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Note to self: Do NOT eat at Mad Cook's or CWS's places. Especially if they look in their freezers.

Go ahead and eat there.

They make really good hairball medicine these days.
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Old 09-06-2014, 07:05 PM   #17
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@Kayelle, I have OCD by association,
I have a dry-erase board from the dollar store atop the freezer outside

In the side-by-side freezer in the Kitchen:
(1) 6.5lb bag of Costco Chicken b/s thighs
(1) half-pint homeamde Raspberry Vodka
(2) 2 C. containers of homemade Chicken broth
Banana Leaves
(2) packages Udon noodles
1lb ground Lamb
1lb ground Veal
(3) packages Edamame in pods
TJ's Pork Roast Florentine
Fresh Ginger Root
Fresh Bread Crumbs
Grated Coconut
Sliced Lemons & Limes
Assorted Nuts for Baking

The 6 sqft. Chest Freezer out in the Garage:
(2) Liter bottles of Homemade Limoncello for Mom's Christmas gift
3 different types of Homemade soups
More Chicken broth
(2) ziptopbags w/6 sliced Red Peppers
(3) ziptopbags w/2 C. Fresh Green Beans
(3) more bags of Costco Chicken thighs
(4) Hot & Mild Hawaiian Portuguese Sausages
(4) Kamaboko
1lb bag Cooked & Chopped Tako (Octopus)
1 package Veggie Lumpia
(4) portions of Homemade Pizza Dough
7# unsalted Butter
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Old 09-06-2014, 07:13 PM   #18
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Old 09-06-2014, 08:36 PM   #19
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Hmmm....I just cleaned and rearranged mine a couple of weeks ago so I think I pretty much remember what's in there...

A few pounds of chicken thighs and drums
A chuck roast
Ground beef
TJ's breaded cod for fish tacos
Salmon
Corn
Peas
Edamame
Smashed strawberries and mango for smoothies
Blueberries
Mashed 'taters
Pecans
Almonds
Butter
A few different kinds of bread
Usually ice cream, but I'm out
Ice cubes

I think that's about it.
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Old 09-09-2014, 11:44 AM   #20
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Since we just went to Costco a week or so ago, I have a good idea as to whats in there.
However, I realized how stupid I was to replace my upright freezer with a chest freezer.
I wish I had thought about having to dig for items.
The bad part is, freezers last a very long time. So I will live with a messy freezer.
I have thought about organizing it, but that would be a total waste of time since I defrosted it just before we went to Costco and its already a pile of frozen blocks.

Live and learn. Chest freezers are not a good idea unless you put very little in there.
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