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    Since I just got groceries tonight, crammed into my mini-fridge is:

    -bean sprouts
    -a cucumber
    -mushrooms
    -(memory jolt: I forgot to get lunchmeat! )
    -eggs
    -many mini yogurts
    -whipped cream
    -leftover noodles from dinner tonight
    -margarine
    -block of cheese

    At least half the space in my fridge is taken up by sauces:
    -this gross light mayo substitute I bought by accident by not reading labels
    -delicious, heavily used teriyaki sauce/marinade
    -almost empty, also heavily used soy sauce
    -sesame oil
    -delicious fish sauce
    -three creamy salad dressings because I keep opening new ones when the old ones go sketchy, without throwing any out, for some unknown reason
    -maple syrup
    -jar of thai red curry paste
    -jar of minced garlic
    -some random stir-fry sauce
    -a gross italian-esque salad dressing that I really should throw out sometime

    My freezer has way too much stuff crammed into it to list. Mostly lots of frozen veggies and perogies and meat.

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    Everyone's fridges so far sounds pretty healthy.

    Then I realized it's probably because all the 'bad stuff' are the packaged and processed foods you keep in your cupboards or on your kitchen counters and have when you eat out. Last time I checked, you don't keep Twinkies in the fridge.

    I think that's my downfall. I wish I could say I only eat only primary colors and stock a fridge full of veggies. In fact, that's mostly what I go to the store for. My portion of the fridge consists of:

    Celery Sticks
    Avocadoes (1 for $1, hell yes it pays to be Californian)
    Mango, one
    Pomegranate, one
    Kabuki Ginger salad dressing
    Raisin Maid cinnamon bread
    Carb Conscious tortilla wraps
    Low fat turkey meat
    Soy milk
    Low fat milk
    Mexican cheese mix
    Goat cheese
    Fig spread
    Pico de Gallo
    Chopped onions
    Free range eggs
    Plain yogurt
    Sounds so good does it not?

    Let me not spoil the facade and tell you what I actually end up EATING most days...

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    Are avocados normally more than a dollar? They're $.50/ea at my grocery store. I'm in NC.
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    Hmm... let's see, butter, penicillin, another growth culture, something furry with teeth, something I think is milk, a green ooze...

    That's it I need to clean the thing out, thankfully I don't have roomies anymore to cause this crap :steam:

    Edit: by the way, I found out the money I was handing over for utilities was going to pot and shisha while the gas bill went unpaid. Really starting to think this situation was a blessing , even though I'm still lonely
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Are avocados normally more than a dollar? They're $.50/ea at my grocery store. I'm in NC.
    I've never seen them for less than $1, usually more like $1.50 each. And we GROW them here! Damn. Good thing for me that I find them to be gross.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FMWarner View Post
    I've never seen them for less than $1, usually more like $1.50 each. And we GROW them here! Damn. Good thing for me that I find them to be gross.
    I checked in my store on the East Coast yesterday. They're usually $1.50 but they're on sale this week for $.99. They were small in size though. Usually they're bigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    I checked in my store on the East Coast yesterday. They're usually $1.50 but they're on sale this week for $.99. They were small in size though. Usually they're bigger.
    Let it also be known that I shop at the evil blue Mart of Wal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Let it also be known that I shop at the evil blue Mart of Wal.
    Ah. Well that explains why they're $.50 I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    Ah. Well that explains why they're $.50 I guess.
    Probably.. also, I don't buy them often, so they may have been 2 for 1 the last time I took note of the price. I only like them on baked potatoes. But I REALLY, REALLY like them on baked potatoes.

    They are the small Hass ones, which is good for me because I'm the only one who eats them here. Sometimes the baby will eat a few chunks with dinner.

    A Trader Joe's just opened up near me, I'll check the price there when I go. I usually do about 75/25 WalMart/Whole Foods, but TJ's is way cheaper than WF's so I'll probably start going there instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Let it also be known that I shop at the evil blue Mart of Wal.
    I've actually never been to a Wal-Mart. We don't have any near me and back when I lived in New Jersey they hadn't yet taken over the world.

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