What’s In the Fridge?

What's in the fridge?

A look inside the MyPrimalJourneyToHealth family refrigeratorLet’s play a little game called “What’s In the Fridge?” This will be nowhere nearly as impressive as the “Fridge Voyeur” profiles in Paleo Magazine, in which prominent people in the Paleo/primal community open up their refrigerators to give us common folk a view of how the experts live. But compared to what the family fridge has looked like for years, it’s a big change. (OK, partly just because I went victuals shopping today, but you gotta show it off when you can.)

Obviously, there’s still plenty of non-primal food still hanging out here (spray whipped cream, anyone?). But let’s focus, instead, on the few areas where I’m doing things right:

  1. Some beautifully butcher paper-wrapped grass fed ground beef and a couple of pounds of chicken, along with some pickled, well, pickles (plus carrots and peppers).
  2. Broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and leaf lettuce.
  3. Three cartons of eggs (one from a local farm); some reasonably healthy cottage cheese and yogurt–yes, we’re still including dairy (including some great Dreaming Cow yogurt from grassfed cows that I discovered today at Earth Fare (and, bonus, on sale 2 for 1!)); and some Kerrygold (another bonus buy today: on sale for almost three-for-one) and other butter.
  4. Veggies and fruit.
  5. Cheeses and meats, including Applegate Farms uncured hot dogs (check out their Wienervention webpage and snag a handy coupon).
  6. Various and sundry condiments–some not-so-primal (like the aforementioned whipped cream), others a bit more so, like coconut aminos (great alternative to soy sauce) and Paleochef dressing.

So, there you have it: your look inside the MyPrimalJourneyToHealth family fridge or, as they’d say on MTV Cribs, “where the magic happens.”

Now, what’s in your fridge? How’s your own primal journey to health going? Join the conversation in the comments, on Facebook, or on Twitter.

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