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post #31 of 44

Lol most people have the same things in their fridge, i put it down to everything coasting so much and those things are the cheapest to buy (apart from cheese that's probably the most pricey apart from chicken).

post #32 of 44

Notice I am the only one who admitted to fuzzy unidentified leftovers way in the back... :lol:

post #33 of 44

Lol my parents clean the fridge out every week when they are putting food in there but for some reason they always leave in the coconut oil when it needs throwing badly, it's like brown ew.

post #34 of 44

Monday morning is trash pickup in our area.  Sunday evening is go through the fridge time.

 

One habit I picked up somewhere along the way is freezing garbage.  Things that would rot and stink if you just tossed them in the can, like shrimp shells, chicken bones and such.  So the contents of my freezer section might be a bit different than most.

 

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post #35 of 44

Good idea although you can always just clean out your bin after i mean you would do that anyway, just  put a bit of washing up liquid in there then use a hose pipe to put in hot water, scrub it around with a sponge then just let it soak till it cools then poor it out.

post #36 of 44
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...One habit I picked up somewhere along the way is freezing garbage....

 

mjb.

 

+1 mjb

Now that we live the desert southwest of the US, where the temperature can reach well over 100º for a good part of the year, our neighbor gave me that suggestion.  I keep the nasty bits, potentially smelly things in a zip-top bag marked 'TRASH' in the deep freeze out in the garage, in a brown paper bag, DH knows that when he takes the can out to the curb on trash day, he grabs that bag too and out it goes.  ;)  I use to just tie it up in a plastic grocer bag, until my husband grabbed the wrong bag and threw out a frozen turkey breast :eek: 

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  I use to just tie it up in a plastic grocer bag, until my husband grabbed the wrong bag and threw out a frozen turkey breast :eek: 

 

My wife once threw out a big bag of chicken parts that were meant to be used for stock.  Oops.

 

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+1 mjb

Now that we live the desert southwest of the US, where the temperature can reach well over 100º for a good part of the year, our neighbor gave me that suggestion.  I keep the nasty bits, potentially smelly things in a zip-top bag marked 'TRASH' in the deep freeze out in the garage, in a brown paper bag, DH knows that when he takes the can out to the curb on trash day, he grabs that bag too and out it goes.  ;)  I use to just tie it up in a plastic grocer bag, until my husband grabbed the wrong bag and threw out a frozen turkey breast :eek: 


Oh good point i can imagine how quickly the food would rot in a hot country, i don't know where you all are but there seems to be a lot of US posters here, so sad for the chicken i love chicken it's one of my favorite things to eat.

post #39 of 44
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... i don't know where you all are but there seems to be a lot of US posters here ..

 

 

Each member has the opportunity to add their "location" in their user profile.  You'll notice under my user name is my location, Arizona, as teamfat has posted his location as Slat Lake City.  Yes, there are many members that are in the United States, but Chef Talk is comprised of folks from around the World.  It depends on the time of day as to what part of the Globe in online the most. @emmbai90 maybe you'd like to add yours?

post #40 of 44

Oh yeh didn't see that, yeh i think i will do that so y'all know where i am


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post #41 of 44
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@ChicagoTerry  I have a big bowl of a walnut dip in my fridge right now!!!  There's a deli in the city that whenever I'm in that neighborhood I pick some up.  I don't know if it's called Muhummara, but it's just about the most delicious thing you've ever tasted!  I asked them what's in it hoping to replicate it myself at some point and they said tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, onions, garlic and walnuts?  It really smells like a greek salad but it's a dip and it's whacked out crazy good!!!  I eat it with pita, but today I may toss it with some pasta, I think it will be killer.  I can't get over this stuff.  

 

@Nicko that's a good idea, we should post pics of our fridge, but I have to tidy it first because it's getting a little confusing in there.

 

@Mike9  you're right, I rarely keep bacon in there.  I don't trust myself to have it around as a staple!  I buy it only when necessary and whatever is left over must be frozen immediately lest I eat it raw lol.

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post #42 of 44
What an education...........

I'm very interested in Teamfat's Colon Cleanser in particular.

My fridge is full of fresh fruit and vegetables, butter, fish in many guises, shell fish, plenty of lemongrass, green herbs, vegetable juice. I cook Japanese, Thai and Indian dishes. I always have lemons, apples and bananas in stock. No sauces, no mayo, but loads of Greek yoghurt and cremè fraische.
post #43 of 44

I heard baking soda and lemon juice in with your washing powder is a good stain remover, it's also gets mold out of clothes if the worst happens and mold gets on everything in your storage boxes.

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What an education...........

I'm very interested in Teamfat's Colon Cleanser in particular.

 

 

http://www.hotsauce.com/Colon-Cleaner-Hot-Sauce-p/1288cc.htm

 

Actually I like the no longer available Inner Beauty better, it has a more complex, tropical flavor.  I may try this some day, it claims to be just as good.

 

http://www.hotsauce.com/Rasta-Fire-Hot-Sauce-p/1255.htm

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