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    Sorry it's side on...

    It looks messy, but there is an order-

    - first shelf for dairy & artificial meat/salmon
    - second is dinner foods- sauce, pasta
    - bottom two and crisper are fruit & vege

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luna Lovegood View Post
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    Sorry it's side on...

    It looks messy, but there is an order-

    - first shelf for dairy & artificial meat/salmon
    - second is dinner foods- sauce, pasta
    - bottom two and crisper are fruit & vege
    Lots of fruit and veg in there, good stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckduckgoose View Post
    Lots of fruit and veg in there, good stuff!
    I juice a lot of vege, so we go through a lot quickly. And I am trying to get healthy, so this is all we've been eating for weeks, except when leaving the house...and ending up at the crepe store.

    ...I like perving at what others have in their fridges and cupboards...makes me jealous though!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovesushi View Post
    Here are mine. So embarrassing

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    Bit of an improvement :-P

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    Last edited by lovesushi; 10-08-2012 at 00:59.

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    That looks great

    I have been thinking about this thread as I unpacked my new kitchen - I realise I have too much stuff. Much bigger kitchen than last and still not quite enough room...

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    Default Re: Show me your fridge and pantry

    I know this is an old thread but i just got some new tupperware today so want to show it off
    I shall be swiping work's label maker on my lunch break tomorrow!

    *we do eat lots of fresh fruit and veg I just don't store it in the pantry- don't judge meee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunkx View Post
    Pantry


    Fridge
    Feels totally depressed when comparing above photos and own mediocre fridge and pantry....

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    There is a blog called the organised housewife and she has just done a week of how to reorganise your pantry - it is fab and she has lots of good ideas.

    Wanna see my pantry? not on your nellie.

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    Default Re: Show me your fridge and pantry

    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    I know this is an old thread but i just got some new tupperware today so want to show it off
    I shall be swiping work's label maker on my lunch break tomorrow!

    *we do eat lots of fresh fruit and veg I just don't store it in the pantry- don't judge meee!

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    Very nice pantry, now show off your fridge to prove you have fruit and veg :-D I got some lock n lock at discount price from dealsdirect so my fridge is slowly improving :-)


 

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