Thursday, July 31, 2008

What's in Your Fridge

Recently my buddy Kevin over at the Fitcast did a post about what he had in his fridge. Well I decided to submit my fridge for his 100th episode show (more on that soon, but just know Dr. John Berardi will be on the show). So without further adieu here is a glimpse into my refrigerator.

NOTE: I lied, there is further adieu, sorry. Keep in mind I have a roommate so not all food in the refrigerator is my own, but I will highlight what I use regularly. Anyone that knows me would probably be freaked out by the fact that Milk is in the refrigerator knowing full well that I don't tolerate Milk well, and as for the regular trans fat peanut butter and high fructose corn syrup laiden jelly, tisk tisk Conor!

From Top To Bottom:
Greens+ Apple Flavor
Coconut Milk in a Mason Jar
Fish Oil (Biotest Flameout)
Spike Shooters (For those grueling lower body workouts)
Ground Flax Seeds via the magic bullet
Annie's Cowgirl Ranch Dressing (A great tasting Canola Oil Based salad dressing)
Gourmet Nutrition Pesto via the magic bullet
Tons of egg whites

3lb Bag of Carrots
Large Bag of Snap Peas
Natural Peanut Butter (you know the stir kind)
A couple pounds of organic spinach
Tub of Cottage Cheese
Brita Water Pitcher
A couple dozen eggs
Roasted Turkey
Defrosted Chicken Breast

More Egg Whites
Trident Wild Salmon Burgers
Trident Wild Salmon Fillets
96% Lean Beef Burgers
Frozen Blueberries (double as ice cubes in your shakes and great for cooling down some hot oatmeal)
Organic Chicken Sausages
Bison Burgers (all natural they claim)
Chicken Breast

There are a few things you can't see tucked away like the giant bag of frozen mixed veggies, fresh peppers, cucumbers, avocados, feta cheese and I'm sure more things that I can't think of right now, but that's a pretty detailed tour of my refrigerator. I don't really go out of my way to buy organic so much but if it's there I'll get it. First and foremost it's important to just eat the produce, secondary to that is where it came from. Buying local from farmers market is always a good idea and better for the environment.

If you have any questions regarding the food or want to share what is in your fridge, please comment below.

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