Yesterday I received my first ever order from Beretta Farms - a big, happy box of organic, pastured meat. It was a carnivore's christmas, a frozen flesh-a-palooza, and I am now well-stocked with all the dead animal I could want. But as my inner huntress danced her thanksgiving dance to Diana, I realized I'd have to...*shudder*...organize my freezer.
Zoodles (sis, but I remember the days when my diet was these, Beefaroni, toast, cigarettes and beer and I was darn happy)
Nutrigrain bars, Oatmeal to Go (sis)
Butter chicken curry paste, a pleasant surprise as I have no idea where it came from. Luckily I have lots of chicken to use it on.
Almond hazelnut butter from my paleo almond muffin kick, which I may revive
Natural peanut butter
Bakers unsweetened chocolate
71% Cocoa Camino choccy bar, nummm. A little goes a long, long way.
Stevia, liquid and granular
Sugar Twin, liquid
Erythritol: a natural sweetener that also adds bulk and texture to baked goods.
Sweet Life, another natural sweetener I'm trying
Pork rinds. I use these for breading, as crackers and to snack on occasionally. They are AWESOME, don't let anyone tell you different.
Tea: black, green, white, red, spiced, and a variety of herbal. I drink about two pots a day, as should you all.
Almond milk, unsweetened
Variety of herbs and spices
Polydextrose: adds bulk and texture to baked goods
Xanthan gum: thickener, adds texture to baked goods
Maple syrup, one of my favorite flavours of all time. I don't use it or the honey often, but it's nice to have around.
Molasses used in non-LC baked bean recipe about 6 months ago. Does molasses go bad? I can't decide whether to keep it or pitch. For some reason I've grown attached to it. The carton is cute and old-fashioned looking, and that always gets me.
White sugar (sis)
Icing sugar used once on a flourless cake for Xmas, now sitting neglected and lonesome on my shelf, poor thing.
Celtic sea salt
Dessicated unsweetened coconut
Extra-virgin olive oil
Avocado oil (the one Jamie Oliver endorses! Woo!)
Red, white and marsala cooking wine
Vinegars: white, red wine, white wine, balsamic, rice, ume plum
DaVinci syrups: French Vanilla (mmmm in tea) and Root Beer (for my Perrier)
Based on this, I shouldn't have to grocery shop for several years. I think a mental health professional would label this as hoarding behaviour, with a touch of ingredient exhibitionism. I don't know that I'd argue.