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September 18th, 2009, 03:56 AM
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Fridge right now??

Ours is full. Probably a lot of things that need to be thrown away. Am I the only one who's fridge never has enough space?

It does have some new stuff in it ~ milk, juice, water, yogurt, veggies, cheese dip (for pita chips), eggs.



What's one item in your fridge that you think no one else will have? Bread machine yeast.
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September 18th, 2009, 04:45 AM
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*pauses for a second* hmm my bread machine yeast is in my cupboard..

anywho

My fridge never seems to have enough space some times, but usually I end up moving things around to adjust.
I tend to get a lot of deli meats for subs and/or sandwiches.. but what's in my fridge that I think no-one else will have.... hmm good question.. Tangelos
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September 18th, 2009, 05:27 AM
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*pauses for a second* hmm my bread machine yeast is in my cupboard..

anywho

My fridge never seems to have enough space some times, but usually I end up moving things around to adjust.
I tend to get a lot of deli meats for subs and/or sandwiches.. but what's in my fridge that I think no-one else will have.... hmm good question.. Tangelos

My Bread machine yeast says Refrigerate after opening - right on the lid. Maybe it's a different kind. Although upon further inspection, this particular jar expired in 2008. LOL
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September 18th, 2009, 07:00 AM
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My refrigerator is always full. We have 3 refrigerators and 1 stand up freezer. I keep them stocked. The one in the house has leftovers, fruit, veggies,some cheeses and milk. There are two in the garage. One is all water, juice boxes, and of course beer for my husband. The other has big packages of cheese, yogurt, usually 4 gallons of milk, and anything extra.
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September 18th, 2009, 07:19 AM
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Not enough food. I swear there is never enough food. Teenage boys eat A LOT!! There is the usual, milk, chocolate milk, cheese...

One thing someone else might not have....leftover black eyed peas??
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September 18th, 2009, 08:16 AM
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My Bread machine yeast says Refrigerate after opening - right on the lid. Maybe it's a different kind. Although upon further inspection, this particular jar expired in 2008. LOL

Poop! I best read the lid then

Mine is too darn active and even when I reduce the amount & add ingredients etc for a 1 1/2 lb loaf, the sucker still rises too much.
Any issues with yours?

Though I'm half wondering when the last time you made bread was considering that expiry date
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September 18th, 2009, 12:09 PM
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Poop! I best read the lid then

Mine is too darn active and even when I reduce the amount & add ingredients etc for a 1 1/2 lb loaf, the sucker still rises too much.
Any issues with yours?

Though I'm half wondering when the last time you made bread was considering that expiry date

I haven't actually made BREAD with my bread machine lately. (Obviously) But I use it quite frequently to make dough for dinner rolls, pizza crust, and pretzel dough. It's all very yummy. The bread just doesn't last that long when I make it, so I haven't made it in a while. Funny - I just made dinner rolls last weekend, and I didn't even notice the expiration date on the yeast. It worked just fine anyway.
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September 18th, 2009, 02:27 PM
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My fridge in only full for a few days right after I go grocery shopping. But my freezer is always pretty full.Hmm something in my fridge no one else has, maybe 2 gallons of Arizona green tea...
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September 18th, 2009, 03:08 PM
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I haven't actually made BREAD with my bread machine lately. (Obviously) But I use it quite frequently to make dough for dinner rolls, pizza crust, and pretzel dough. It's all very yummy. The bread just doesn't last that long when I make it, so I haven't made it in a while. Funny - I just made dinner rolls last weekend, and I didn't even notice the expiration date on the yeast. It worked just fine anyway.
Recipe share please
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Item I bet no one else has....blue flame hot sauce (it's made in Maine, we buy it at the fair every year)

I just went to the grocery store today so the fridge is pretty stocked..
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September 18th, 2009, 09:09 PM
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My kitchen fridge is pretty empty right now. Going grocery shopping tomorrow (which isn't fun for me by the way).
Something I have in my fridge that possible no one else has- lots of individual packets of taco sauce that you get at taco bell, I LOVE that stuff!
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September 20th, 2009, 01:01 PM
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My fridge is stuffed since I buy most everything in bulk. Teen/preteen boys eat a lot. I have several gallons of milk(whole and 1%), gallon of juice, tons of cheese, 3 different kinds of yogurt, oranges, I just bought half a bushel of apples from the local farm, baby tomatoes, grapes, onions, carrots, lots of eggs(I eat those almost daily for breakfast right now), couple different kinds of bagels, cream cheese, coffee creamers, whip cream, Pediasure drinks(chocolate and vanilla), formula(next step for the twins) and ofcourse all the normal condiments.

DH is going to buy me a new fridge soon(we'll keep the old one in the garage and store stuff in that as well) because I have a hard time fitting everything in the one I have. I don't think you can buy bigger without going industrial size so it will be nice having two.
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