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Old 03-24-2013, 01:05 PM   #11
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Gee, I forgot Pancake mix (Krusteaz) My nutthin rice crackers, Shrek's crackers and all the teas I have all over the place. Evaporated milk, canned pumpkin...
And I forgot canned pumpkin, rice cakes, and sugars for baking, powdered, raw, etc., Ramen noodles, packaged gravy mixes.
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Old 03-24-2013, 01:07 PM   #12
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I use very little oil and fats. My canned fruit, jams and pickles that are homemade all live in my fridge where I can get to them quickly
I didn't even mention the fridge or freezer...
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Old 03-24-2013, 01:10 PM   #13
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Gee, I forgot Pancake mix (Krusteaz) My nutthin rice crackers, Shrek's crackers and all the teas I have all over the place. Evaporated milk, canned pumpkin...


I forgot to mention the cookie and sweet stash! I hide them in the cooler box for the kids. Hubby will eat it all in a day otherwise

And my seeds!!!! I always have sunflower, pumpkin, sesame and linseed.
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And I forgot canned pumpkin, rice cakes, and sugars for baking, powdered, raw, etc., Ramen noodles, packaged gravy mixes.
Thanks Addie You really did give a detailed list!
I would have to type for a while to list the contents of my freezer, fridge and the large Tupperware bins I keep above my stove for easy access
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I forgot to mention the cookie and sweet stash! I hide them in the cooler box for the kids. Hubby will eat it all in a day otherwise

And my seeds!!!! I always have sunflower, pumpkin, sesame and linseed.
I didn't either Those lists are much longer
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I am sure we all forgot something. Reading over other posts. Like I keep small cans of veggies in the fridge for a quick veggie salad.
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I also keep dried apricots, prunes, peaches, cranberries, mango, apples, raisins and banana chips in jars on my kitchen counter where little fingers can reach.

The fridge is always filled with eggs (boiled and raw), lots of hot sauce and chili relish, the opened mustard and sauerkraut, w/sauce, ketchup, chutney, pickles, more jam, juice, cold water, lemon juice, milk, margarine and butter, cheese, lunch meats, lots fresh fruit and veggies at the bottom so both kids can grab and go and yogurts.
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Craisins, raisins, apple bin, orange bin
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Old 03-24-2013, 02:03 PM   #19
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I don't really have a pantry. I built shelves in the laundry room, and along with nonfood items, my bulk vinegars and powdered milk go there. Costco overflow goes on former plant shelves in the basement: chicken stock, tomato products, canned mushrooms and beans, our "wine cellar". I have a turntable in the kitchen that holds all the canned goods (beans, soups, chipotles and serranos, more tomato products, smoked clams and oysters) and packets of tuna and soup mixes. I have a cupboard with a couple of lazy Susans dedicated to herbs, spices, extracts and dried mushrooms, packets of Ranch dressing, pectin, gravy and sauce mixes. Another freestanding cabinet I built holds more herbs and spices (mainly Penzeys) and specialty vinegars. A basket on top of the fridge holds dried beans and peas, nuts, and oatmeal.
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Thanks Addie You really did give a detailed list!
I would have to type for a while to list the contents of my freezer, fridge and the large Tupperware bins I keep above my stove for easy access
I forgot a lot of stuff. Like sauerkraut, craisins, rice, so many things. Yet why is it when I am looking for something to eat I don't seem to have anything in the house.
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