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I am by no means the healthy police. I have been known to (cough cough) drive through. I will actually on occasion feed my children from the horrid "Blue Box of Death". I mix in peas first--that makes it healthy, right?

 

Anyhow, just got back from some shopping and I'm consistantly shocked by the amout of crap that people buy. Chips. Cookies. Candy. Big cases of soda. Not a veggie in sight. And have you ever seen those pictures of "What the world eats"--the ones where the American family is surrounded by pizza boxes and fast food bags?

 

So just to assure myself that the world is NOT coming to a culinary end--what veggies and fruit do you have in your house RIGHT NOW? Not what do you wish you have--but what do you actually have? Admittedly, I just shopped, so if you want to post on or after shopping day, that's fine. We'll count frozen--it is winter, after all. Here goes:

 

Fresh Veggies:

Asparagus

Artichokes

Tomatoes

Cucumbers (English)

Carrots (little peeled ones)

"Snack Packs" with organic Broccoli, Carrots, Tomatoes and ranch dip

Zucchini

Onions

Mushrooms

Bagged Mixed Salad Greens

 

Fresh Fruits:

Apples (Granny smith and Gala--some new, some left over)

Plums

Raspberries

Blueberries

Mango (one--from last shopping trip)

Pineapple

Orange (one--from last shopping trip)

 

Dried Fruits:

Prunes (excuse me, "Dried plums")

Raisins

 

Frozen Veggies:

several bags of green peas

several bags of "mixed veggies" or "stir fry veggies"

Brussels Sprouts (probably 10 or more bags--I love these things, even frozen)

Green beans

 

Hmmm.... just realized we need to get bananas, some iceberg lettuce and some whole broccoli. But we don't have those things now! The last bananas went on cereal this morning, and I threw out some old green onions and some old cabbage from the bottom of my bin. I hate that!

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Here's what I have in the house:

Frozen: Green Beans, Peas, Broccoli, blueberries, strawberries, mango mixed fruit for smoothies, frozen zucchini that I used for soups & sauces, corn (frozen fresh from my parents farm)

Fresh Carrots, Romaine Lettuce (usually have green peppers but am out) onions, bananas, apples-Ida & Empire, red grapes, oranges, potatoes, garlic. I think that's about all. I like to buy fresh avocados also.

 

I don't buy any canned veggies.

 

Kristine

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Fresh veggies:

several kinds of leaf lettuces (3-4, I think)

broccoli

cauliflower

green beans

carrots

sugar snap peas

celery

onions

tomatoes (or put these under fruits if you like)

onions (yellow and red)

garlic

potatoes (mix of small ones -- purple, red, fingerling)

broccolini

leeks

mushrooms (crimini and shiitake)

bell peppers (red and green)

spaghetti squash

 

 

Fresh fruits:

apples

bananas

clementines

tangelos

strawberries

blueberries

red grapes

pears

lemons

limes

plums

avocados (or are those veggies?)

dates

 

Frozen veggies:

broccoli

spinach

 

Frozen fruits:

mangos

cherries

raspberries

blueberries

blackberries

 

Also a mix of dried fruits that the kids eat -- raisins, blueberries, cherries, I don't remember what else. Also jars of olives and pepperoncini.

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FRESH VEG/FRUITS

Carrots

Celery

Potatoes

Onions

Sweet Potatoes

Swiss Chard

Beets with greens

Turnips with greens

Brussel Sprouts

Corn on the cob

Collard Greens

Cucumber

Salad greens

Tomatoes

 

pineapple

apples

oranges

kiwi

bananas

mangos

 

FROZEN

peas

broccoli

corn

mixed veggies

green envy (mix of green beans, greens, soybeans)

lima beans

 

mango

strawberries

cherries

 

CANNED(all low-sodium, natural juice)

green beans

carrots

pickled beets

corn

tomatoes

mixed veggies

 

pears

peaches

mandarin oranges

fruit cocktail

pumpkin

pineapple

 

DRIED

cranberries

raisens

mangos

kiwi

prunes

pineapple

 

Uugh, we like fruit.

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Of course it is just me and dd so I don't buy a lot ~ do TV dinners and frozen pizzas count?:D

 

canned ~

all kinds of beans

corn

 

frozen~

corn broccoli

brussel sprouts

sweet potato coins

squash

okra

blackberry

raspberry

 

 

fresh~

onion

potatoes

carrots

bananas

avacado

lettuce

herbs

tomato

shred lettuce for tacos

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Fresh fruits and veggies:

lettuce

carrots

2 kinds of apples

nectarines

bananas got finished up this morning

potatoes

threw out old broccoli this morning :mad:

 

Canned:

peaches

fruit cocktail

pineapple

green beans

corn

black beans and refried beans, if those count

 

Frozen:

peas

okra

corn on the cob

overripe bananas (for banana bread)

spinach

broccoli

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Fresh: bananas, plums, apples( granny smith and pacific rose), pears (red and green), bell pepper, broccoli, carrots, onion, cucumber, zucchini, salad greens, and grapes

 

Frozen: mixed berries, blueberries, mangoes, grapes, peaches, pineapple, peas, carrots, mixed veggies

 

Canned: tomatoes and products, various beans (black, navy, red kidney, white kidney, black eyed peas, green beans, pinto, garbanzo), mushrooms, green chilies, pineapple, mandarin oranges, apple sauce

 

Dried: cranberries, mangoes, apricots

 

 

that's what I can come up with right now

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fresh:

potatoes

carrots

celery

onions

green peppers

red, yellow, orange peppers

tomatoes

spinach

lettuce

cucumbers

apples

pears

plums

bananas

avocados

an assortment of dry beans

 

Frozen:

assortment of mixed veggies

strawberries

blueberries

bananas

 

2 jugs OJ

few cans of beans ( Black, chick peas, navy)

few cans of veggies

3 big cans pumpkin

Raisins

Craisins

dried pineapple

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Veggies

 

frozen:

broccolli

spinach

corn

cauliflower

peas

green beans

 

fresh:

organic mixed salad greens

romaine lettuce

grape tomatoes

avocados

yellow and red onions

red, yellow, and orange peppers

garlic

green onions

red potatoes

carrots and baby carrots

English cucumber

green cabbage

spaghetti squash

rutabaga

 

cans and jars:

sauerkraut

sweet and sour red cabbage

pumpkin

 

Fruits

 

frozen:

rhubarb from a friend's garden

blueberries from our land in Maine

strawberries

 

fresh:

high pulp orange juice

clementines

bananas

pineapple

 

cans and jars:

chunky, natural applesauce

mandarin oranges

pears

peaches

pineapple

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Our cupboard's pretty bare because I need to go shopping, but off the top of my head...

 

spinach (fresh and frozen)

grapes

apples

green beans

beets

romaine lettuce

mixed field greens

tomatoes

pinto beans

mushrooms

bell peppers (red, yellow, and orange)

garlic

bananas

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I want to graze at y'all's houses!

 

Okay, I'm doing this from school, so let's see if I can remember:

 

Fresh:

apples

onions

celery

carrots

a bell pepper

romaine

"spring mix"

potatoes

green beans

handful of mushrooms

garlic

 

Canned:

tomatoes

corn

pears

 

Frozen:

lima beans

corn

green beans

 

Dried:

raisins

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This is what I can think of off the top of my head anyway.

 

Cucumbers

Tomatoes

Spinach salad mix

Baby bella mushrooms

Celery

Asparagus

Red bell peppers

Frozen stir fry veggies

Frozen strawberries

Frozen mixed berries

Bananas

Apples

Oranges

Grapefruit

Carrots

Onions

 

Are we including any dry grains? I have a ton of dry beans and grains. Not much canned. I don't care for canned veggies or fruit other than tomatoes.

 

 

I think that's about it. We ate the mini watermelon after lunch. :)

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Fresh Veggies:

Carrots

Potatoes

Onion

 

Fresh Fruit:

Grapes

Blueberries (frozen)

 

Frozen Veggies:

Green Beans

Asparagus

Corn

Mixed Veggies

Peas

Stir Fry Veggies

Corn on the Cob

 

Right now it is extremely tough for us to find fresh fruit. We get tired of eating apples and bananas that are available all year long. Also, this is a week after grocery shopping so it is somewhat depleted. We did try mangoes for the first time this week and really enjoyed them. In the summer time we eat a lot of strawberries, rhubarb, watermelon, pineapple and kiwi that just isn't available right now. Also, we tend to eat more salads in the summer months while we eat more soups in the winter. Summer veggies are tomatoes, onions, zuchinni, corn on the cob, green beans because we can either grow these fresh or get them fresh locally.

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UGH, I wish I had more options than we do.

 

I just went shopping yesterday and the produce looked awful so I didn't want to buy to much and waste money because it went bad in the next couple days.

 

Here's what we got

No fresh veggies they go bad to quickly for us.

 

Frozen veggies

broccoli

cauliflower

 

We do green beans and corn canned, that's the only way my kids will eat them.

 

Frozen Fruit

strawberries

cherries

 

Fresh Fruit

Apples (granny smith and gala) My dd just brought me one this morning and said "mommy in school kids give apples to their favorite teacher so here's one for my favorite teacher" LOL

 

Grapes

Bananas

oranges

pluots ( I love these)

 

we also love to get fresh strawberries and raspberries, pineapple, and melons when they are more in season.

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Given that I'm the vegan, you would think the tally at my house would be better. My only defense is that I've been too busy to keep up with the shopping in the last couple of months and, in fact, just got back from yet another 1600-mile round trip late last night.

 

With that said, here's what I have on hand:

 

Fresh Fruit

-bananas

-golden delicious apples

-cantaloupe

-strawberries

-kiwi

 

Fresh Veggies

-potatoes

-carrots

-lettuce

-bagged salad mix

-onions

-corn on the cob

-green onions

-yams

 

Frozen Fruit

-strawberries

-bananas

 

Frozen Veggies

-corn niblets

 

Canned and Packaged Stuff

-unsweetened applesauce

-canned pumpkin

-various types of canned tomatos

 

I think that's it right now.

 

--Jenny

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lets see....bagged salad (mainly for the guinea pigs), carrots, oranges, bananas, apples, green peppers, canned green beans, frozen mixed veggies, frozen broccoli, frozen strawberries,blueberries, tangerines. That about does it.

Kayleen.....not very inspired by veggies, but know I should be more

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Here's what I have right now. I need to go to the store:

 

bananas

apples

oranges

applesauce

dried - raisins, cranberries, plums, dates

frozen berries (all sorts) for smoothies

 

 

butternut squash

turnip

garlic onions

brocolli (shredded)

lettuce

 

frozen

brocolli

green beans

 

I also have no chocolate or sugar in the house (except some Easter bunnies and some ice cream... and honey). I am shopping every few days and just buying a few days of menu items at a time.

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fresh fruits and veggies:

 

tomatoes

red and green bell peppers

cucumber

green onions

yellow on onions

red potatoes

russet potatoes

sweet potatoes

celery

carrots

grapes

oranges

apples

bananas

 

Frozen fruits and veggies:

 

lima beans

green beans

broccoli

corn

brussels sprouts

peas

blueberries

mixed fruit

cantaloupe

 

canned:

 

tomatoes of all sorts

corn

carrots

mixed veggies

citrus salad

grapefruit

fruit cocktail

mandarin oranges

blueberries

 

dried:

 

golden raisins

cranberries

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Fresh:

Clementines

Apples (Gala and Granny)

Mango

Papaya

Bananas

Pineapple

Strawberries

Grapes

Limes

Lemons

Tomatoes

Coleslaw

Spring mix

Carrots

Red bell peppers

Scallions

Jalapeños

Celery

Parsley

Onions (white and red)

Garlic

Gold potatoes

Sweet potatoes

Acorn squash

 

Frozen:

Bananas

Blueberries

Raspberries

Strawberries

Blackberries

Brussels sprouts

Broccoli

Okra

Corn

Peas

Green beans

Collard greens

Spinach

Butter beans

Cauliflower

Gumbo veg mix

Green peppers

Chili piquin

 

Canned:

Pumpkin

Applesauce

Artichoke hearts

Tomatoes

Olives

Peppers (jalapeños, banana, roasted red, cherry)

Water chestnuts

Bamboo shoots

Green chili

 

Dried:

Raisins

Currants

Raspberries

Figs

Apricots

Tomatoes

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Veggies:

 

Fresh -

celery

zucchini

tomatoes

carrots

romaine lettuce

cabbage

asparagus

turnips

yams

taters

rutabaga

 

Canned -

bamboo shoots

water chestnuts

tomatoes of different kinds

 

Frozen -

lima beans

broccoli

sugar snap peas

green, yellow & red pepper mix

 

Fruit:

 

Fresh -

nectarines

oranges

pears

bananas

 

Frozen-

mango

cranberries

raspberries

strawberries

blueberries

 

Canned -

mandarin oranges

pineapple

pears

peaches

 

Dried -

dates

prunes

raisins

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Guest Virginia Dawn

Veggies:

Broccoli

Carrots

onions

celery

potatoes

sweet potatoes

lettuce

tomatoes

green pepper

peas-frozen

corn-frozen

spinach-frozen

lima beans-frozen

okra-frozen

green beans-canned

refried beans-canned

kidney beans- canned

baked beans-canned

northern beans-canned

stewed tomatoes- canned

 

Fruit:

Apples

bananas

grapefruit

pineapple-canned

raisins

prunes

cranberries-frozen

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due to the fact that we have only one major grocer (Safeway). The next closest grocer is 75 miles away.

 

I have in the fridge right now (and I shopped today)

broccoli

cauliflour

parsnips

carrots

some old celery

green onions

parsley

cilantro

mushrooms

bag of baby spinach

green onions

fuji apples

nectarines bought at great expense

 

and a bunch of bananas.

 

I suppose we should consider ourselves lucky that we can get what we can, as it is all brought in from elsewhere.

 

One nice thing about where we live is that there are no drive through restaurants, and we very rarely go out. During the winter there are only one or two restaurants that are even open so it absolutely forces me to cook at home, and we eat pretty healthy. Lucky for me my kids love vegs and fruits.

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Fresh:

zucchini

broccoli

5 types of onion white, yellow, sweet, green, pearl

sweet baby peppers in red, yellow, orange

bell peppers in red, orange, green

green beans

lettuce

roma tomatoes

baby grape tomatoes

cucumber

baking potatoes

red potatoes

fingerling potatoes

carrots

celery

bananas

clementines

apples

about 1lb mixed melon from the salad bar (a little honey dew, cantaloupe, watermelon)

red grapes

mango

 

Frozen:

green beans

roasted red potatoes with red peppers

bell peppers red, green, yellow, orange

black berries

marion berries

straw berries

raspberries

mango

mixed veggies

peas

 

Canned:

mostly tomatoes

various beans

and smattering of fruits, and odd veggies

 

 

I go to the grocery store 3-4 times a week so I don't keep a lot on hand.

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Dana, I think you're describing my nightmares! Yikes! ;)

 

It is a trade-off. We have clean air, tall mountains, superb views, sparkling clear spring water, and wonderful neighbors. In summer, the tourist trade flourishes and there are many festivals, restaurants, etc. In winter, the locals just hang in there and stick together.

 

I have had to learn to be so much more self sufficient. Now I bake bread almost every day, make my own pizza, and just about everything else. My dh makes it to Costco every other month or so to buy meats and other items which we freeze. I have also learned to cook Chinese food so we can have that also.

 

I can hardly believe that I am drooling over a tractor that I want to get this summer. I can't even believe that this is me, who was a city girl most of her life!

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We currently have:

fresh produce:

bananas

tangelos

apples

raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, currants

green onions

mixed organic baby lettuce

baby carrots

green grapes

grapefruits

lemons

 

frozen:

spinach

broccoli

mixed veggies

corn

green peas

green beans

sweet potato fries

 

 

Think that's it.

Michelle T

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I have to go shopping today so I am a little low on fruit, but this is what we have now.

 

Fresh Veggies: broccoli, onions, bagged lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes, mushrooms, green and red pepper, spinach, carrots, snap peas(they are probably rotten by now, though.)

 

Fruit: Apples, Oranges (as said above, we need to go shopping today for this)

 

Frozen: mixed veggies, corn, blueberries, zucchini, peaches, raspberries, tomatoes, carrots, beans and peas

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Okay, I'm not going to look, so I'm just guestimating:

 

We always have Romaine lettuce in the house, and probably baby carrots, too......

 

I always keep frozen, diced onions and minced garlic on hand for cooking.

 

I have frozen brussel sprouts, corn, edamame (always), and okra. Also some veggie mixes that I use in cooking oriental dishes, etc.

 

I think there's still a banana down there. We keep those on hand. I believe there are a few strawberries, and maybe even a cantaloupe if they haven't eaten it yet. I shop today, so we're at the bottom of our supplies right now......

 

We always keep dried fruits and nuts on hand. I'd say there are at least cranberries, raisins, apricots and dates down there right now, maybe more..... Oh, probably blueberries, too.....

 

And, hey, bad mom that I am, I keep a lot of canned things on hand. That's the way I grew up and I can't get it out of my system. I always have canned beans of multiple varieties, corn, carrots, sweet potatoes, etc. in my pantry.......

 

Regena

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Fresh vegetables:

Romaine lettuce

kale

chard

asparagus

red peppers

carrots

tomatoes (I know ~ really a fruit.)

avocado

parsley (for the guinea pig)

spinach

spaghetti squash

1 yam

chocolate :o

 

Fresh fruit:

bananas

apples

oranges

strawberries

lemons

 

Frozen vegetables:

winter squash

peas

beans

broccoli

 

Frozen fruit:

strawberries

blueberries

mixed berries

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Hmm depending on the store you saw me in you might see a cr*p cart because I buy my produce elsewhere!;)

Right now I have...

Fresh:lemons

limes

oranges

apples (2 kinds)

bananas

grapes

kiwi

mangos

pears

carrots

onions

chinese cabbage

celery

broccoli

lettuce

bagged salad

garlic

sweet potatoes

baking potatoes

Frozen: broccoli

corn

peas

spinach

potatoes

blackberries

peaches

Canned: Tomatoes (in all there various varieties)

Green bean

black beans

pumpkin

apples (homemade sauce and pie filling)

peaches

Dried: cranberries

raisin

 

So I am wondering since grits are made from hominy are they a dried veggie?? If so I get to count one more.

Well that was better than I thought but now I realize I need some things from the store. Gee, thanks!:rolleyes:

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Ok... what we have right now, need to go shopping :p

 

Veggie (fresh)

Red leaf

Romaine

Herb mix

Spinach

Onions (red & sweet)

Garlic (baby and elephant)

Lemon Grass

Spaghetti Squash

Butternut Squash

Cucumbers

Carrots

Red Peppers

Chilies

 

Frozen

Okra

Brussel Sprouts

Green Beans

 

Fruits... (fresh & Dried)

Papaya

Mango

Bananas

Apples (Pink Lady's, Gala & Red Delicious)

Plums

 

 

Looks as if I need to run to Harry's (Whole Foods).

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We always have:

 

bagged baby carrots

salad

apples

bananas

frozen green beans

frozen corn (if you want to count that as a veggie)

potatoes

 

Often we will add:

sweet potatoes

frozen peas

cucumbers

spinach

kiwi

melons

fresh berries

plums

grapes

pineapple

raisins

does applesauce count? it's natural/unsweetened

peaches

nectarines

 

 

Almost always have:

oranges

frozen strawberries

frozen blueberries

 

Somethin' like that anyway.

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Currently in our home (fresh unless noted):

 

Cantaloupe

Pears

Plums

Apples

Stawberries (fresh and frozen)

Blackberries (fresh and frozen)

Bananas

Kiwi

Raisins

Tangerines

Jalapenos

Garlic

Pineapple (just canned at the moment)

lemons

limes

blueberries

Black Beans (canned)

Chickpeas (canned)

edemame (frozen)

Carrots

Zucchini

Broccoli

Cucumbers

Tomatoes (fresh and canned)

artichoke hearts (canned)

Bagged Salad

Romaine

Baby Spinach

Potatoes

Corn

Cilantro

Basil

Green Beans

bell peppers (red and green)

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I don't have much of this in the house right now, we go grocery shopping on Thursday.

 

 

Frozen

Broccoli...this is a staple in our house!

Corn

Okra--only hubby eats

Vegetable Medely(califlower/carrots/squash/broccoli)

 

Fruits

1 can of crushed pineapples..for a dessert I was going to make

Banana's but they don't last long

Grapes--occasionally

Apples--occasionally, they cost to much..my kids eat a whole bag from Sam's in two days

 

Fresh Veggies

Potatoes

Carrots

Celery

Tomatoes

cucumbers

Lettuce

Onions

 

Canned

tomatoes for soups

 

There is no way I could afford to have that many fruits in the house, my budget would be blown way out of portion! My budget for 5 is $450 for the month, so I can't even think of buying that many fruits and veggies.

 

 

I don't buy a lot of chips, cookies and junk.

We might buy a couple of boxes of brownie and cookie mix but that is the limit.

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There is no way I could afford to have that many fruits in the house, my budget would be blown way out of portion! My budget for 5 is $450 for the month, so I can't even think of buying that many fruits and veggies.

 

I don't do many snack foods, frozen foods or prepackaged foods. I also cook a lot from scratch so a lot of the veggies I have are ingredients for meals. I spend around $600 a month on groceries though.

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Fruit:

apples (red and golden)

grapes (red and green)

oranges

mango

strawberries

peaches

tomatoes (fresh and canned)

 

Vegetables:

carrots

green peas

green beans

purple hull peas

zipper cream peas

potatoes

squash

okra

corn

canned beans of different varieties

celery

onion

lima beans

pinto beans (fresh and dried)

blackeyed peas

asparagus

pumpkin

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But, I'm game anyway.

 

Fresh

Bananas

Apples

Avacadoes

Sweet Potatoes

---all of which are there by complete freak accident. This is not normal. --

And regular potatoes, which is normal for me to have on hand

And bagged lettuce and tomatoes, which I can usually manage just once a month.

 

Frozen

Strawberries, only because I have company

Cauliflower

Brussel Sprouts

Corn

 

Canned

Are beans a veggie?

 

Here's the flip side to this though: While I don't have many fruits and vegetables, but I don't have any chips, soda, boxed dinners, or cookies either. I just cannot afford to buy fresh fruits and veggies.

 

*Wait! Wait! I forgot that I have applesauce, raisins, and canned peaches and pears for the kids*

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Well, all kinds of stuff for salads: carrots, broccoli, cucumbers, Romaine lettuce, tomatoes, celery, something else I'm sure.

We also have: bananas, apples, oranges, mango, something, something...

Canned: everything from collards to beets to beans.

Frozen: broccoli right now.

 

Eventhough we have all these veggies/fruits doesn't mean we eat them everyday. I know we could do better.

 

~Stephanie

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Fresh Fruit: blueberries & bananas.

Canned Fruit: Pineapple, mandarin oranges, peaches, fruit cocktail, applesauce (all natural)

Frozen Fruit: several bags of berries

 

Fresh Veggies: carrots

 

Frozen Veggies: 6 bags--1 for each night of dinner. Plus, green beans, spinach & peas

 

Canned veggies: potatoes, peas, mixed veggies, spinach, tomatoes, corn, green beans...

 

This is off the top of my head. Fresh fruit & veggies are expensive and go bad fast right now, except for the apples. Frozen last a lot longer :D

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Well, today is usually my veggie-shopping day, but with severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings out, I decided not to venture out. We still have some stuff on hand, though:

 

Fresh veggies:

red leaf lettuce

green leaf lettuce

baby carrots

cucumber

roma tomatoes

onions

potatoes

celery hearts

 

 

Fresh fruit:

oranges

kiwi

apples

 

 

Frozen veggies:

sweet potato patties

corn

 

 

We also have a ton of dried beans, some sprouting seeds, and a couple cans of canned pineapple (canned pineapple is a weakness).

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