What’s in Our Fridge, Freezer, Pantry and Fruit Bowl

What’s in Our Fridge, Freezer, Pantry and Fruit Bowl

by | Sep 14, 2012 | Food, Foods & Nutrition, Organic Food | 2 comments

Sunday morning means our shopping trip to the farmer’s market for samples, socializing, snacks on the grass, and most importantly, stocking up our fridge. The farmer’s market is our supermarket, and Sunday mornings is our main weekly shop, with top-ups through the week from our organic food delivery, wholesale butcher, plus bits and pieces at the grocery store. Sunday at lunchtime, our kitchen is full of fresh food and is a good time to show you what food we buy and stock regularly. It’s also a great time to be invited to our house for lunch! Of course, this is a snapshot of our kitchen on one particular summer Sunday and our grocery items change regularly with the seasons, our changing tastes and needs, and as we discover new wonderful whole foods that we hadn’t tried before. You and your family are bound to have some different tastes and preferences, dietary needs, and nutritional requirements. Therefore, I hope you can use our example, not as something to copy exactly, but as a GUIDE for your own home.

QUALITY of the food listed below:

  • Animal meats are from pasture-fed, free-ranging, humanely-raised animals.
  • Bacon is nitrate free and sausages have no additives or fillers.
  • Eggs are free-range certified organic.
  • Butter and cheese is unpasteurised and from pasture-fed cows.
  • Fruits and vegetables are either certified organic or locally grown with no pesticides, herbicides, waxes or artificial fertilizers.
  • Condiments, herbs and spices, nuts and seeds are organic.
What's in Our Fridge

Whats in our fridge?

1 kg carrotsButter
3 corn cobsCashews or other nuts
4 zucchiniEggs
3 red capsicum (bell pepper)Pork Chops
3 eggplantBacon
2 bunches asparagus
Big bag green beans1 lemon
Big bag baby spinach1 ripe pear
Big bag rocket (arugula)Ginger root
Whole butternut pumpkin (squash)

What’s on the Fridge Door:

Coconut creamSauerkraut
Tomato pasteMustard
Tomato passata (puree)Hard-boiled eggs
Curry pastePesto
OlivesRaw Cheese
Probiotic

What’s in Our Freezer:

Frozen blueberriesButter
Frozen spinach & kaleHomemade chicken stock
Whole chickenDiced lamb neck
Pig skin for pork cracklingBeef tongue
What's in Our Freezer

Meat from our butcher:

Whole rump (sliced into steaks)1 kg beef sausages
2 kg chicken wings6 lamb shanks
1.5 kg pork leg roast
What Foods are in Our Freezer

What’s in Our Fruit Bowl:

BananasTomatoes
PearsAvocadoes
Apricots
Our fruit bowl

What’s in Our Pantry:

Sweet potatoShredded coconut
OnionCacao powder
GarlicMaca powder
Raw muesli (oats)Herbal Teas
Sesame seedsBrown Rice
Coconut flourQuinoa
Coconut sugarHerbs & Spices
Raw honeyCurry paste
Stevia liquid and powderFish sauce
Baking powderShrimp paste
Arrowroot (tapioca) flourBlack strap molasses
Olive oilBalsamic vinegar
Sesame oilApple cider vinegar
Coconut oilDried dates
What's in Our Pantry
Make it a priority to always have a kitchen full of high-quality foods that excite you. Get out to your local farmer’s markets, organic food shops and free-range butchers and find the foods that delight and nourish you and your family.

Yours in health,

Bex, Brad & Kaiya



What’s in Our Fridge, Freezer, Pantry and Fruit Bowl – September 2012

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