Saturday, 5 May 2012

No Waste Tastes Great - 4th May 2012

Top shelf - Soya yoghurts, cheese spread, babybels, cheese, spread, french dressing, fromage frais, cottage cheese
Middle shelf - sausages, prawns, ham
Bottom shelf - beetroot, strawberries, grapes, bananas
Drawer - condiments, salad leaves, tomatoes, carrots, celery, swede, cabbage, cucumber
Door - chocolate, eggs, butter, water, diet coke, soya milk, apple juice, punch

Now you may have noticed there is a LOT more in my fridge for a Friday than in previous weeks. This is due to starting a new diet last weekend and buying lots of stuff to get me going on that. One of the problems I find to living alone is that even if you buy the smallest packet of something you very often end up with leftover as there is only you to eat it!

The yogurts, cheese spread, babybels, cheese, spread and french dressing are all in date. Some of the cottage cheese will be mixed with some of the prawns to go with the ham, salad leaves, some cucumber, celery, tomato, beetroot for Saturdays lunch (and probably Sundays too!).  More of the prawns will be going in a stir fry for dinner on Saturday night. Depending on how many that uses up and how they are doing (their best before was actually Friday) will depend on whether some of them end up as waste or not!

The sausages are still in date, I'll probably have a couple for brekkie on Sunday with some scrambled egg and put the rest in the freezer.

The strawberries, grapes and bananas will be eaten over the course of the weekend (quite possible cut up with a large dollop of fromage frias and some honey).  The salad bits and veggies that are left still have a few days life in them so should get eaten up.  I am intending to cook a korma for dinner Sunday which should finish off the fromage frais.

So waste wise there is potential for some prawns to be hitting the bin and I think that should be it...

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