Saturday, 22 September 2012

No Waste Tastes Great - 21st Sept 2012

Top shelf - 4 x soya yoghurts, spread, packet of 8 sausages, chorizo, philly
Middle shelf - soya cream, opened pate, breaded chicken goujons, chocolates
Bottom shelf - mayo, half a tin of beans
Drawers - condiments, some swede and broccoli, sage and rosemary
Door - 3 eggs, water, soya yoghurt, sald dressing, soya milk, Sunkist, Lucozade, punch

So there is potential for problems here!!  Everything is fine except the following...

Sausages - go out of date tomorrow and are therefore destined for the slow cooker and a sausage casserole.
Soya cream - if it's anything like soya milk it lasts a lot longer than the dairy equivalent but I'm sure I can use it up on some fruit salad over the next couple of days!
Pate - this was opened last weekend and enjoyed on the balcony with fresh bread and Mums company. It still smells OK but I'm not convinced and think it may find it's way to the bin!
Chicken goujons - will go in the freezer. I write the basic cooking instructions on the container for when I want them!
3 eggs - they went out of date yesterday according to the box. I intend to use one in a mug cake today, will use one for scrambled eggs and beans on toast for tea (cunningly using up the beans as well) and will think of something to do with the last one!!

So potentially an egg and a small amount of pate could be in for it - not too bad!

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