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Old 07-22-2014, 01:34 PM   #11
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Is there ever enough room for condiments? There's lots more in the back of the top shelf. I really need to pitch some of them that have turned out to be not to my liking. Maybe we could have a "white elephant" condiment swap for those like us. I'll never ever trade my bottle of Sriracha sauce though!
I know, I need help. Behind the Maggi seasoning, roasted red peppers, hoisin sauce and salsa is a plastic tub filled with the rest of my Asian condiments.
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GG, you'll be happy to know I came home from the store with another condiment looking for space...my first ever bottle of fish sauce.
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Love fish sauce! And it doesn't even need to reside in the fridge!

Have fun with it, Kayelle!
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Love fish sauce! And it doesn't even need to reside in the fridge!

Have fun with it, Kayelle!
What Dawg said.
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Old 07-22-2014, 06:11 PM   #15
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Note to self: don't dab it behind ears.
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Old 07-22-2014, 10:14 PM   #16
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OK........so where are the pics? Take a picture and upload it to photobucket.com
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Ok.....lol...here's mine. I just cleaned it out a couple of days ago to make room for a shopping trip - probably tomorrow or the next day. Living alone, it's rarely stuffed to the max. Except for Thanksgiving and Christmas season. So far you two have me beat as far as being condiment queens.

Kay, looks like we have very similar fridges.

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Old 07-22-2014, 11:22 PM   #18
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Cheryl, thanks for playing! I know, you wanted to wait to show a pic till after you cleaned it out. No worries Is that cilantro in the glass on the top shelf?
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Old 07-22-2014, 11:42 PM   #19
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Yep, it's cilantro. Can't have my beloved tacos and salsa without it. It lasts quite a while that way.

I used to keep my fridge really full with make ahead meals, but not any more. I get tired of them after a couple of times, so I quit doing that and run to the store every few days. Now the freezer....that's another story, no one is going to see a pic of that black hole!
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Old 07-22-2014, 11:55 PM   #20
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Ok.....lol...here's mine. I just cleaned it out a couple of days ago to make room for a shopping trip - probably tomorrow or the next day. Living alone, it's rarely stuffed to the max. Except for Thanksgiving and Christmas season. So far you two have me beat as far as being condiment queens.

Kay, looks like we have very similar fridges.

We sure do Cheryl! I love having the freezer on the bottom!
I have to try that good idea for my beloved cilantro!
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