Saturday, June 12, 2010

How Does Your Refrigerator LOOK!!!

We are trying to eat more healthier. So I went shopping at the Farmers Market, Earth Fare, and The Fresh Market. Of course it is more expensive to eat Whole foods and organics, but we are trying to eat healthier. Our goal is to eat 80% raw, but with that said we are taking it slow. We will first just try to eat one salad a day and work our way up. As far as organics go, one rule of thumb is if it is peeled, it doesn't have to be organic(bananas, avacodas a favorite here, onions, cantaloupe, etc.). Some things are definitely organic(carrots, celery, apples, especially because we juice). After watching Food, inc. and King corn, it really made me think "where my food came from!!" As far as meats, we are trying to cut down, but I have started buying from the farmers market from local farmers, only grass-fed organic ground beef and free range organic chickens(of caourse I still have some chicken and meats that was in my stockpile that we will use first, so you will see those in there:). We are doing it slow so that it is not a big hit in our budget, but it is worth it. Here is a look into my refrigerator and freezer and I would love to see everyone's too. Blessings, and have a great day.

HERE IS AN OVERALL LOOK


HERE IS A LOOK AT THE SIDE STORAGE(MOST ARE ORGANICS AND NATURAL SAUCES



HERE IS A CLOSER VIEW OF THE TOP TWO SHELVES




HERE IS A VIEW OF THE BOTTOM TWO SHELVES




HERE IS THE "GREEN DRAWER"




IN THE FREEZER

FROZEN FRUIT FOR SMOOTHIES



FROZEN VEGETABLES



BEEF



2 comments:

Emily said...

Good afternoon. We actually came to Knoxville to see Food Inc um....last year I think. : ) And my husband has seen King Korn and I've seen parts of it. Great great information. We eat organic meat (in small quanities due to cost) and organic and conventional vegetables. Right now we have lots of local products we can get and we are trying to can as much produce as we can for those long winter months.

I'm just a nosy person I loved seeing in your frig.

Delilah said...

I just started getting the beef from the local farmer's market. Last time I got 4 ground beefs and they were $24. but I will divide them up to make 8 meals in casseroles/spaghetti etc. We are going to can lots of tomatoes and cucumbers from our garden too. I am nosy too, lol.

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