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    What's in your fridge????? List your favorite items


    We all have our favorite products either because they are convenient,healthy,taste good, or all of the above. Everyone that I meet who is in good shape has their favorites and I like to pick their brain to get ideas whenever I can. I thought it would be a good thread idea for anyone to post some of the favorite grocery items that they love to use so we all can benefit. Even if it is already on someones list please still mention it because if everyone uses it we know its good. Here's my list:

    Mrs. Dash(various flavors)-no sodium but still tastes good
    Mrs. Dash marinades-no sodium,little fat and little sugar
    Farmer Boy greek dressing-little fat and sugar and only 10mg sodium/serving
    Myoto ginger dressing-great on chicken/turkey-good fats,low sugar
    Smart Balance Peanut butter-good fats and low sugar
    Boil-in-Bag rice--very convenient
    Uncle Bens 90 second rice packs--convenient but more fat/sodium
    Cartons of egg whites--big time convenience,higher price tho
    Truvia Brand sweetener--stevia blend that tastes good-use on oatmeal
    Low sodium ezekial bread-great complex carb--find at organic stores
    heinz 1 carb ketchup--high sodium but low sugar
    Ziplock large steam bags--convenient,cheap,reuseable,and no dishes

    This is just off the top of my head and I will add more if I forgot any. So there is my list. Whats in your fridge???????

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    Fridge:
    Cage Free omega 3 eggs
    100% egg whites (carton)
    Simply Orange : OJ, apple juice, grapefruit
    Navel oranges
    Red delicious apples
    organic baby carrots
    raw brocolli heads
    any type of tomato
    Acai (berries with seeds everything mashed up)
    Liquid multi vitamin, liquid C, liquid E
    precut or solid watermelon or pineapple
    blueberries/blackberries/strawberries (alternating)
    Ground up flaxseed (in the fridge to preserve omega 3s)
    fat reduced muenster cheese (when im trying to gain weight)
    sometimes some grapes/cherries if they are not being sold at a rape like price

    roid rage free chicken breasts
    or
    sirloin steaks
    or
    salmon

    Thats about it for the fridge. Thats basically what I spend all my money on, food and supplements and on my jiujitsu school along with a regular gym lol.
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    *tuna or chicken salad (clean style)
    *grilled chicken breasts (usually do a batch on the grill weekly, then zip locked for
    convenience)
    *plums or blueberries
    *fat-free cottage cheese
    *fat-free lite yogurt
    *deli-sliced turkey and chicken
    *bite-sized veggies such as celery, baby carrots, cauliflower, cucumbers in seasoned
    vinegar
    *deviled eggs (made with fat-free MWhip, pickle relish, chopped green onions)
    *frozen veggies for steaming
    *brown rice (awesome with salsa, chicken, or tuna added)
    *pinto beans
    *white-wheat bread
    *homemade jams and jellies done with truvia (to satisfy the sweet tooth)
    *sugar-free fudge pops (for when the occasional chocolate craving hits!)

    I find that having healthy options already made up and ready to grab helps me make smarter food choices.
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    Whole eggs (even when cutting)
    Cottage cheese
    Fresh fuit/berries
    Whole grain bagels
    Basmatti rice or brown
    Brocolli
    Zuchini
    Onions
    Bell peppers
    Shrooms
    Salmon patties
    Tungal tuna
    Chicken boobies


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    Fresh brown eggs - rom the farmer down the road- these are free range chickens, so much so that I almost run them over every day on my way home from work (only $1.25/dozen)
    Hood calorie count down milk
    carb master yogurt
    sugar free jello
    chicken breast
    milled flax seeds
    blackberries, strawberries,raspberries,blueb erries
    low carb tortillas
    walden farms chocolate syrup- zero carbs
    broccoli, cauliflower
    cheese-various kinds
    Hormel Natural Choice Deli Meats-(no nitrates)
    Bagged salads
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUCKNUTS View Post
    Fresh brown eggs - rom the farmer down the road- these are free range chickens, so much so that I almost run them over every day on my way home from work (only $1.25/dozen)
    Hood calorie count down milk
    carb master yogurt
    sugar free jello
    chicken breast
    milled flax seeds
    blackberries, strawberries,raspberries,blueb erries
    low carb tortillas
    walden farms chocolate syrup- zero carbs
    broccoli, cauliflower
    cheese-various kinds
    Hormel Natural Choice Deli Meats-(no nitrates)
    Bagged salads
    GET OUT... there are low carb tortillas??? Brand, please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by keeper View Post
    GET OUT... there are low carb tortillas??? Brand, please?
    my G/F used to buy those. wish i could remember the brand.

    i digress, on to my fridge:
    3 dozen eggs
    2 pounds bacon
    4 pounds ground beef
    lettuce
    3 gallons of whole milk
    2 bags of string cheese (one is colby/jack)
    mustard / catsup / etc.
    12 hot dogs - not for me
    that's it - pretty bare at the moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keeper View Post
    GET OUT... there are low carb tortillas??? Brand, please?
    there are multiple brands available Latortilla factory makes them, Mama lupe is available online but my favorite is sold at walmart can't think of the name and I ate the last one for lunch today with nitrate free lunch meat, salad and mayo/mustard quick low carb wrap and good to.
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    Gosh, I have not even looked at tortillas in ages b/c of the carbs. (When they are in the house, I tend to nibble on 'em a lot.) Are these flour tortillas? In the refrigerated section at Walmart or the Hispanic foods area?
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    Quote Originally Posted by keeper View Post
    Gosh, I have not even looked at tortillas in ages b/c of the carbs. (When they are in the house, I tend to nibble on 'em a lot.) Are these flour tortillas? In the refrigerated section at Walmart or the Hispanic foods area?
    In the bread isle at Walmart actually, they are very high fiber and the texture of low carb tortillas are not exactly like regular flour tortillas but the ones I get at Walmart are the closest I've eaten.
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    costco eggwhites
    light-n-fit yogurts (for PWO only)
    fat free cottage cheese
    smuckers natty PB
    vita-rain (costco)
    bottle water
    fat free spray butter
    rasberries
    blueberries
    diet soda (shhhh)
    fuze slenderize
    low sugar marinades
    minced garlic
    fat free mayo
    datil pepper bourbon mustard (oh my...yum)
    1g sugar ketchup
    eggs
    lite soy sauce
    fish oil caps
    walden farms chocolate syrup (sugar free)
    walden farms BBQ sauce (sugar free)
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    I've been eating sprouted grain tortilla shells found in the freezer section in publix or any organic store. About 30g carbs and has a small amt of organic wheat flour but only enough that it doesn't break apart.
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    Free range brown chicken eggs sounds amazing.

    But in my fridge/freezer:
    -bison
    -individually frozen chicken
    -24 pack of eggs
    -hi protein milk
    -orange tangerine juice
    -omega 3 orange juice
    -assorted fruits and veggies

    outside of the fridge/freezer:
    -whole wheat bread
    -whole wheat tortillas
    -jasmine rice and long grain white rice
    -assorted canned crap
    -spam

    I need to go shopping.
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    -Chicken Breasts - Sams Club bag
    -Frozen Veggies- Sams Club Bag
    -Egg Beaters- Sams Club Value pack
    -Swiss cheese pack
    -Like 15 cans of white albacore tuna
    -Franks Red hot -For tuna
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    -Water....


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    12 lb Bonless Skinless Chicken Breasts
    1lb Boarshead BBQ Chicken Breast
    Omega 3 eggs
    Jenni-O Turkey Ground Sausage
    Jenni-O 'Hot Lean' Turkey Sausage
    1 gal Skim Milk
    1gal LoFat Chocolate Milk
    However many Vanilla Lofat Yougurts I have left
    Thomas Whole Wheat Bagels
    Whole Wheat Bread
    Natty PB
    Concord Grape/Stawberry Jam
    Apples
    Spinach
    Asparagus
    Mixed Veggies
    Pears
    Strawberries
    Watermelon
    Cantaloupe
    Mango
    Pinapple
    Red Grapes
    Sugar Free Iced Green Tea
    Water, lots of water. And whats that stuff, we use to eat it all the time back in the day?
    Oh yea, pu55y.


    Imagine whats outside of the fridge
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    where do you guys purchase your bison? Online? If so, what are some reputable sites that are fairly prices and offer quality products.

    thanks
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    Franks Red Hot (I need this to live)
    Tuna
    Tyson chicken packets
    Smart Balance PB
    Whole, Unslated Almonds
    FF Cottage Cheese
    Kashi Go Lean Cereal
    Greek Yogurt
    Blueberries, Rasberries, Black Berries
    Oats
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUCKNUTS View Post
    there are multiple brands available Latortilla factory makes them, Mama lupe is available online but my favorite is sold at walmart can't think of the name and I ate the last one for lunch today with nitrate free lunch meat, salad and mayo/mustard quick low carb wrap and good to.
    I actually think that the La Tortilla Factory makes the best ones. I picked them up at a local health food store, but I know they sell them at Trader Joe's as well here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUCKNUTS View Post
    In the bread isle at Walmart actually, they are very high fiber and the texture of low carb tortillas are not exactly like regular flour tortillas but the ones I get at Walmart are the closest I've eaten.
    Found 'em! "Mission" That's the brand you are trying to think of and YES they are good. Thanks so much, Buck.
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    ummmm lets see i have...
    omega eggs
    flax cereal
    dried oatmeal with dried cranberries. yummy!
    organic milk
    spinach leaves
    cucumbers
    winter squash
    asparagus
    grapes
    watermelon
    boneless skinless chicken breasts
    tuna
    salmon
    frozen fruit
    cant believe its not butter!
    coconut oil
    cottage cheese
    jar'd veggies
    deli turkey, roast beef
    mayo, hellmanns mayo
    mustard
    laughing cow cheese yummy X2
    I think i covered it! lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by msucurt View Post
    where do you guys purchase your bison? Online? If so, what are some reputable sites that are fairly prices and offer quality products.

    thanks
    http://stores.shop.ebay.com/Crown-Valley-Winery

    never had a problem with these guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by keeper View Post
    Found 'em! "Mission" That's the brand you are trying to think of and YES they are good. Thanks so much, Buck.
    Nah it's these I was talking about only 80 calories and 6 grams of fiber

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    Nutrition Facts
    Serving Size 1 cup (240mL)


    Amount per Serving

    Calories 45 Calories from Fat 0

    % Daily Values

    Total Fat 0g 1%

    Saturated Fat 0g 1%

    Trans Fat 0g


    Cholesterol 0mg 0%

    Sodium 160mg 7%

    Total Carbohydrate 3g 1%

    Dietary Fiber 0g 1%

    Sugars 3g

    Protein 8g 16%

    Vitamin A 10% Calcium 30%
    Vitamin C 0% Iron 0%
    Vitamin D 25%

    CONTAINS: MILK
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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post


    Nutrition Facts
    Serving Size 1 cup (240mL)


    Amount per Serving

    Calories 45 Calories from Fat 0

    % Daily Values

    Total Fat 0g 1%

    Saturated Fat 0g 1%

    Trans Fat 0g


    Cholesterol 0mg 0%

    Sodium 160mg 7%

    Total Carbohydrate 3g 1%

    Dietary Fiber 0g 1%

    Sugars 3g

    Protein 8g 16%

    Vitamin A 10% Calcium 30%
    Vitamin C 0% Iron 0%
    Vitamin D 25%

    CONTAINS: MILK
    This is always in my fridge one of the best products to come out of the regrettable low carb craze.
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    Got some leftover Buffalo Chicken Pizza in there. Might just have to slam that for breakfast right now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUCKNUTS View Post
    Nah it's these I was talking about only 80 calories and 6 grams of fiber

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    I will look for them. Thanks! I am loving this thread.
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    lots of tuna
    chicken is a must
    lean ground beef
    tons of broc.
    oats
    blueberries
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    Not too much in my fridge, mostly eat at chow hall:

    Natty PB
    Almost empty gallon of milk (buying a few more gallons 2morrow)
    Organic Blueberry Jam
    Acai Berry Juice
    Two things of cottage cheese
    One stick of dark chocolate
    Sonoma Berry Blend
    Frozen Mixed Berries

    Not really in the fridge, but Oats...Need some meat, i've been eating dairy products like it's going out of style. Getting sick of milk and cottage cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUCKNUTS View Post
    This is always in my fridge one of the best products to come out of the regrettable low carb craze.
    I've been looking everywhere for this. Where can I find it?
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    UMMMM let me heck ok i have

    veg buff
    burger

    protein shake
    some baananas



    Navel oranges
    Red delicious apples
    organic baby carrots
    raw brocolli heads
    any type of tomato
    Acai (berries with seeds everything mashed up)
    Liquid multi vitamin, liquid C, liquid E
    precut or solid watermelon or pineapple...

    AND I LOVE PROTEIN SHAKE...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pitt6691 View Post
    I've been looking everywhere for this. Where can I find it?
    Man it's getting harder and harder to find it here in Ohio. Walmart used to have it but they stopped carrying it to make more room for soy milk I guess. Here in Ohio I get it at Kroger. You could always request your grocery store carry it.
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    I use unsweetened organic soy milk in it's place. Only 2g carbs and a little Splenda makes it taste pretty good. (when I am low carbing of course)

    Crack a couple raw eggs in with some vanilla, Splenda and nutmeg ... mmm mmm good.
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    Great thread! Always great to have a mind mapping session with like minded individuals. I'll chime in with a few of mine; bear in mind that I'm a big veggie lover/anabolic diet type guy:

    *Raw Milk - #1 without a doubt; really improves my gut health, energy, and you have not had a protein shake until you've had one mixed with raw milk.

    *Sprouts - Great addition to any salad and a good source of enzymes.

    *Whole Leaf Spinach - just packed with nutrition and much more interesting than lettuce.

    *Cucumbers - great no calorie yet very hydrating snack; homemade pickles sweetened with stevia gets honorable mention.

    *Local Small Farm Eggs - Healthier for you then traditional store bought and taste much better. Whole of course; people just eating egg whites are really missing out. Also eat these raw from time to time.

    *Local Grass Fed Beef - If there is a better meat source I've not found it.

    *Kale - Bitter as crap but PACKED with anti-oxidants and really cheap. I usually juice it with lemons or limes to hide the taste.

    *Hand Pulled Mozzarella Cheese - Probably my favorite food. With fresh tomatoes, basil, oregano, and olive oil it is culinary heaven on earth. Raw milk based if I can find it.

    *Ezekiel Bread - Toasted with EV coconut oil and raw honey; a treat/cheat that actually has quite a bit of nutrition.

    *Iced Yerba Mate Tea - A nice change from plain water and a good pick me up.

    *Frozen Berries - Straw-, Blue-, Rasp-, etc. Great blended with some cold water and stevia on a hot day. Add some flax seeds to bump up the fiber.

    *Fish Oil - Let's be serious, it's an essential food, not a supplement. I prefer Carlson's orange flavored capsules and Source Naturals DHA liquid.
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    The faves in my fridge are:

    Fresh mozzarella (in water)
    Trader Joe's Organic Valencia PB
    Jone's sausage links
    Marscapone cheese
    Franks red hot
    Mexican style taco cheese
    Neuskes bacon
    and eggs, of course

    Wishes was in fridge:

    Ground Buffalo
    Prosciutto (cut paper thin)
    La Tortilla Factory low carb torillas
    Steak (Choice cut world be fine but a Prime cut... )
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    Lactaid milk
    Eggs
    Ezequiel bread
    Cheese sticks
    Fish oil
    Natty PB
    Butter
    Salad dressings
    Box of frozen tilapa
    Bags of brown rice
    * a variety of leftovers *
    * various other things that should probably be thrown out *
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    cottage cheese. i eat a large container everyday
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    Quote Originally Posted by bpmartyr View Post
    I use unsweetened organic soy milk in it's place. Only 2g carbs and a little Splenda makes it taste pretty good. (when I am low carbing of course)

    Crack a couple raw eggs in with some vanilla, Splenda and nutmeg ... mmm mmm good.
    This sounds good. I'll give this a try (minus the raw eggs)while I hunt for hood's calorie countdown.
    -bump.
  

  
 

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