I always have a supply of frozen vegetables in the freezer, we have broccoli and cauliflower mix, beans, corns, mixed veg, carrots etc. I found I was wasting so much buying fresh when it's only DD and I. I do buy fresh salad vegetables and potatoes, onion, pumpkin and sweet potatoes though.
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Fresh all the way.
Fresh but we eat 1-2 things frozen.
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19-02-2012 17:20 #21
19-02-2012 17:30 #22Member
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I said frozen all the way, but having thought about it - I have fresh potatoes, onions, mushies and capsicums...
As a SAHM I used fresh completely, but now I am back at work FT - 12 hour days with not a lot of help from DH - I have to make sacrifices if I want my kids to have vege at all...
19-02-2012 17:32 #23
Always fresh but I do have some frozen organic spinach in case of a vegetable emergency for DS
19-02-2012 17:35 #24
Always fresh, some canned in the cyclone kit.
19-02-2012 17:36 #25
Everything fresh except frozen peas, as long as they are Australian grown. It astounds me how many of the frozen veg options are from overseas
19-02-2012 17:37 #26
fresh - mostly just cos we grow most of our vegies (except carrots which are easy to store fresh from supermarket)
19-02-2012 18:24 #27Senior Member
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I go through stages where I use mainly fresh and others where I use mainly frozen. Mostly fresh at the moment though.
19-02-2012 18:45 #28
All fresh except peas. I'd use fresh peas if they were easier to get. I think frozen taste gross. We meal plan and use those keep fresh tupperware containers so it's rare for veg to go to waste in this house.
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19-02-2012 18:52 #29
Fresh!! My fruit and veg is delivered to my door every wednesday $30 for a huge box from the markets. I do however store a few frozen things in the freezer like peas etc. Not much though and I rarely use them.
19-02-2012 19:15 #30Senior Member
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Frozen peas, tinned tomatoes for things like pasta sauces etc, and fresh everything else
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