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    Default What are you pantry fridge and freezer basics

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    Pantry - different flours, sugars, bicarb, cocoa, coconut, custard powder cereals, pasta/spaghetti, tin tomatoes, baked beans, passage, tinned beans/lentils, coconut milk. ...

    Fridge - cheese, milk, olives, curry pastes and other Asian jarred ingredients, Greek yogurt

    Freezer - minced meat, frozen lunch leftover portions, fish, chicken pieces, frozen berries.

    There's probably more...but that's off the top of my head. I'm poor as a church mouse at the moment so running a skeleton cupboard!

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    Pantry - flour (white/wholemeal/self raising, baking powder/soda, pasta, tinned toms, evap milk, tinned lentils/beans/chickpeas, noodles, cereal, oats, brown/raw sugar, sauces (specifically soy, bbq, tomato), stock.

    Fridge - milk (full cream), sour cream, yoghurt, eggs, cold meat, various fruit/veg.

    Freezer - meat, pastry, bread.

    And I have a mind blank...

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    Pantry
    Various flour, sugar, pasta, rice, passata, canned vegies, canned fish, cereals, oats, peanut butter, bread, savoury biscuits, museli bars, assorted dried herbs, salt, pepper, dried chilli, vegie stock powder, cocoa powder, coconut cream

    Fridge
    Milk, cheese, yoghurt, carrots, broccoli, zuchinni, capsicum, tofu, eggs, tomato sauce, curry paste

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    Bread, peas, corn

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    Pantry:
    Flours (plain, self raising, cornflour, rice flour)
    Rice
    Pasta (spaghetti, lasagne sheets, spirals)
    Herbs/Spices
    Tomato sauce, BBQ sauce, Worcestershire sauce
    Oils
    Tinned tomatoes, peas, pineapple, baked beans, spaghetti, tuna
    Salt
    Pasta sauces
    Sugars (caster, brown, raw)
    Golden syrup, cocoa, maple syrup, baking bits, condensed milk, vanilla essence
    Dried yeast
    Cooking/casserole sauces (eg butter chicken sauce in a jar)
    Stock
    Peanut butter, Vegemite
    Long life milk
    Potatoes
    Vinegars
    Breadcrumbs

    Fridge:
    Cheese (sliced, grated, Parmesan)
    Eggs
    Milk
    WINE!!!
    Minced garlic
    Tomato paste
    Salad dressings
    Mayo
    Marinades/sauces/spreads
    Ham
    Yoghurt
    Butter
    Jam
    Lettuce, tomato, cucumber, carrots
    Fruit
    Lemon juice

    Freezer:
    Ice cream
    Bread
    Frozen pizza
    Mince
    Chicken wings
    Leftovers - casseroles, pasta
    Frozen veg
    Frozen chips
    Fish portions
    Garlic bread

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    Floursx5 varieties, sugars, coconut varieties, cocoa, flavours, food colours, lentils, rice, canned soup/fish/lentils/tomatoes, passata, pasta, rice, semolina, chickpea flour, spicesx2000, oats, cereal, teax3 coffee, spreads, condiments, sauces, golden syrup, honey, muesli bars, crackers, plain biscuits, condensed milk, cooking chocolate, nuts, nutmeal,

    Fridge
    Cheese, ham, butter, eggs, some condiments/sauces, yoghurt, fruit, veg, milk, custard,

    Freezer
    Meat, mince, chicken, pastry, bread, ham hocks, bacon, frozen Veges, frozen berries.

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    Default What are you pantry fridge and freezer basics

    Pantry - bakers, plain, sr, spelt and wholemeal flours, cocoa, choc chips, bi carb, baking powder, raw, icing, brown, coconut and caster sugar, dessicated coconut, almonds, macadamias, pitted dates, pasta, rice, quinoa, chia seeds, coconut cream, coconut milk, tinned chickpeas, baked beans, tinned beetroot, tinned tomatoes, tomato paste, passata, olive oil, coconut oil, tomato sauce, BBQ sauce, soy sauce, tamari, Vegemite, peanut butter, oats, spices, maple syrup, worstershire sauce, honey, yeast, bread improver, vanilla bean paste,

    Fridge - eggs, cheese, Parmesan, milk, butter, margarine

    Freezer - fish, blueberries, peas, corn and chips.
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    Pantry:
    Rice
    Pasta
    Lentils
    Chickpeas
    Tinned tuna
    Crackers (vita wheat sort and corn or rice thins)
    Passata
    Stock
    Tinned tomatoes/corn/baked beans
    Milk arrowroot or "malt-o-milk" biscuits
    Cat food
    Flours/sugar- baking needs
    Wine!
    Soy milk
    Cheerios

    Fridge:
    Spinach, baby tomatoes, grapes, carrots, zucchini, mandarins, strawberries, broccoli.
    Parmesan, shredded cheese, cream cheese, milk, yoghurt.
    Coconut water
    Sicilian olives

    Freezer:
    Corn, peas, fish (crumbed fillets), smooze coconut "icecream" thingies,
    Frozen homemade meals in toddler size portions.
    Bread

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    Probably butter, hard cheese, eggs and milk in the fridge. Sweet potatoes, some kind of green vegie, cauliflower, some kind of beef/lamb cut.
    Then potatoes, onions in the pantry. Almond meal, tapioca flour, salt, pepper, olive oil.
    With that, we eat!


 

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