Fridge Foods

 

Foods I Keep Stocked in My Refrigerator or Freezer:

 
 

Protein/Fat Sources (mostly from local farms)

  1. Chicken (pastured – free roaming)
  2. Eggs (preferable pastured – free roaming, if not, then eggs similar to Eggland’s Best and fed omega 3 and antioxidant-rich diets)
  3. Beef (any cut, grass-fed/finishedNO CAFO, often from a cow share)
  4. Ground beef for quick meals (grass-fed/finished)
  5. Turkey (ground, etc)
  6. Shrimp (wild caught)
  7. Lamb
  8. Unprocessed cheese (for food cravings)
  9. Bacon for quick-fix meals (not too much!, no nitrates, uncured)
  10. Grass-fed butter
  11. Pork chops, pork loin
  12. Individually wrapped fish filets can be quickly cooked on the skillet (wild! Salmon most often for its omega 3)
  13. Olives
  14. Cream (whole cream for coffee, etc.)

 

Carbohydrate/Fiber Sources

  1. Green or bold-colored, leafy fresh vegetables
  2. Green spinach (quick, easy, goes in anything)
  3. Orange, yellow, or green peppers (almost always, good in any meal and store for long a time)
  4. Broccoli
  5. Tomatoes
  6. Frozen vegetables in case you are short on fresh veggies
  7. Blueberries
  8. Strawberries
  9. Raspberries
  10. Blackberries
  11. Kiwi (among others)
  12. Sweet potatoes (cook in grass-fed butter with cinnamon)
  13. Frozen berries for smoothies, etc. (can store longer than fresh fruit)
  14. Depending on the season, other random fruit and vegetables
  15. Red wine – yes, you read that right
  16. Dark chocolate (the higher fat/fiber, lower sugar the better)

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