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  1. alliemcpherson

    Container/food storage help!

    Help! I cannot seem to find information on a complete container storage system for this diet. Does whole30 sell one maybe? If not, they should :)) What types, sizes, shapes, etc., containers and how many do I need to prep for 2 people?
  2. ari_whole30

    How often do you grocery shop?

    How often do you grocery shop so that you have enough food but not so much that stuff starts to go bad? My official start date isn't until Oct 1st but using this week as a practice week. I don't think I've ever bought so much perishable food at once. Bummed that the mung bean sprouts I bought just a few days ago are already slimey and bad. The riced cauliflower is already showing signs of spoilage as well. I'm thinking I may have to grocery shop 2xs a week instead of my usual 1x a week. Anyone have any tips? Maybe a cheat sheet of foods that should be eaten as soon as possible? Or storage tips -how do you keep your food as fresh as possible?
  3. My husband and I get a full share of veggies from our CSA every Wednesday. We supplement with a few items from the farmers market or Whole Foods as necessary. Even eating Whole30 style with tons of veggies piled on our plates at every meal and cooking at home for all but one meal a week, we don't get through the entire share in a week (close, but not quite). It's a lot of produce. Any suggestions about successful veggie storage outside the fridge? I do use (and reuse) the Debbie Meyer green bags and those things are AWESOME for keeping things fresh. But with so many greens and big things like kale, beets w/ greens and heads of lettuce and cabbage, there just is not enough room in the fridge. Add in the need to store many of the items I pre-cook on the weekend and putting new things in there is like playing Tetris (yes, I just showed my age). On top of this normal weekly challenge, a couple of my husband's employees got together to send him a box of veggies from as a 'get well' gift. AWESOME gift and way better than flowers...but where the hell am I going to put all this stuff??? I have to leave here in an hour or so to go pick up our share this week and I'm kind of dreading it because I have ZERO idea of where it's going to go!! Yes, first world problems...but I hate the idea of stuff going bad before we eat it just because its stored poorly due to a space issue.