The challenge for this week is to not buy food at the grocery store. You can read about this week's challenge here: Eating Out of the Freezer, Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, and Day 5.
Day 6 (Saturday)
Omelet, made with:
Snowville Creamery grass-fed milk (fridge, new container bought last week)
Organic fried egg (fridge, picked up from CSA farm last week)
Organic cheddar cheese (fridge, previously bought)
Organic bell peppers (left over from Thursday's dinner)
Organic lentils (left over from Thursday's dinner)
Faye yogurt (fridge, bought last week)
Organic banana (fridge, bought last week)
Trail mix (pantry)
Bhindi Masala (left overs from last night's dinner out)
Organic apple (fridge, bought last week)
Granola bar (home made)
N/A - went to friend's birthday party
Thoughts: Apples are the only remaining fresh fruit. Carrots are the only fresh produce. I still have some milk, eggs, and yogurt left, but I do not think I would be able to pull of a complete dinner, unless we do breakfast for dinner. I still plan on coming up with something for Sunday night's dinner. I feel like pasta, frozen veggies, and pasta sauce are an easy meal, but I cannot serve that every day. Either way, this has been a great lesson for emergency preparedness to know what types of meals I can make from what I have on hand.
>> What tips do you have for eating out of the freezer and/or pantry?