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    Thanks to INTP, i am going to try this again..




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    I don't have much in my fridge either. Right now I believe I have a few eggs, half an onion, and a beet. The rest are dry goods. That's why I didn't even bother. Plus I have roommates, so that messes it all up. Even on a good day I just have like milk and yogurt, maybe cheese or chicken, some frozen sourdough garlic bread, and some pasta sauce. I tend to buy things as I need them, so if I plan to cook something awesome I use it that day or the next day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    Mmmm foooooood. (Yes, that is bagged milk, for you Americans. We bought the rough equivalent of 3 gallons - we both drink ridiculous amounts)
    Bagged milk! That takes me back to when I lived in Israel...

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    i circled things that are still safe to eat
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    yeah i have a roommate but shes ESFP so shes never home nor ever buys groceries, so its basically my fridge and i cant cook so yeah ramen noodles, frozen pierogies, and poptarts are the way to go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2XtremeENFP View Post
    yeah i have a roommate but shes ESFP so shes never home nor ever buys groceries, so its basically my fridge and i cant cook so yeah ramen noodles, frozen pierogies, and poptarts are the way to go!
    Well I have beans, rice, oatmeal, olive oil, canned vegetables, ummm...peanut butter, whole wheat bread...I actually can cook and love to cook, but I just decide as I go what I'm going to eat. I'm kind of like what Entropie said in that I do eat fruit and vegetables (I always have an onion and garlic) but tend to only keep them for a day or two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2XtremeENFP View Post
    yeah i have a roommate but shes ESFP so shes never home nor ever buys groceries, so its basically my fridge and i cant cook so yeah ramen noodles, frozen pierogies, and poptarts are the way to go!
    Haha nice. I'm also quite limited in ability to cook. Whenever I move out, the powers of the internet will be my bestest friend ever as I attempt to fix that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2XtremeENFP View Post
    Thanks to INTP, i am going to try this again..



    Omg! Lol @ the trash bags in the drawers. That is a good idea.

    I just realized it was something hanging out....

    That is still a good idea though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2XtremeENFP View Post
    Well, my mom is ESFJ and her fridge looks a lot like that. Jam packed with stuff, different varieties so everyone can enjoy something.. haha
    Hmm, well my husband is ESFJ. It would look a lot different if it were only me, cause a lot of that stuff is his.

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