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Which food do you repreatedly buy, with good intentions, only to end up throwing in the bin a week or so later?

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Tinker Wed 12-Sep-07 15:03:50

Berries. All sorts of berries. They look so lovely in teh shops and I'll make jam and tarts and pastries. A week later teh little mouldy punnets get remembered and chucked out...

mytwopenceworth Wed 12-Sep-07 15:04:53

You've been looking in my fridge and my furry strawberries, haven't you?

jaynehater Wed 12-Sep-07 15:06:40

Cauliflower.


Creamy white perfection in the shop...


grey liquid by the time I remember .....

pyjamagirl Wed 12-Sep-07 15:07:49

carrotts and celery I always think I'll give them to the kids as healthy snacks
they always end up brown in the back of the fridge blush

Chickhick Wed 12-Sep-07 15:08:24

It varies. At the moment I have an out of date carton of figs, I was going to follow a recipe in Tana Ramsey's new book but never got around to it. Berries and bananas never seem to get eaten. I order from Ocado and find that the sell by dates are quite close so I do seem to be forever throwing out fruit and veg.

mytwopenceworth Wed 12-Sep-07 15:11:23

I never get to the bottom of a tub of cottage cheese before it's green, either.

southeastastra Wed 12-Sep-07 15:13:28

lettuce and strawberries

jura Wed 12-Sep-07 15:18:24

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

bluefox Wed 12-Sep-07 15:19:54

aubergines

oliveoil Wed 12-Sep-07 15:20:03

we don't throw anything out in this house

[halo]

bobsmum Wed 12-Sep-07 15:22:38

courgettes - I love 'em, dh hates them. He's made the kids hate them too cos they want to be like daddy. Hmph.

RickyTigerfeetson Wed 12-Sep-07 15:25:57

all kinds of stuff, but i am better these days thsn I was so not too much

I have a compost bin though, do not completely wasted

MrsPuddleduck Wed 12-Sep-07 15:32:12

yoghurts angry!!!!

With various characters, fruit, shapes, flavours all of which are demanded and never eaten.

magnolia74 Wed 12-Sep-07 15:33:27

Lettuce, Oranges, sugar snap peas. But they do go in the compost bin.

cardy Wed 12-Sep-07 15:34:12

Advocados - always mean to put themin salads an I either forget or DH moans about it.

RedBundle Wed 12-Sep-07 15:39:25

have been guilty of buying various sprouting things (intentional, not rotting) like alfalfa but still can't bear them despite them being a Super Food

mishymoo Wed 12-Sep-07 15:42:55

yoghurts, carrots, lettuce and half a soggy cucumber!

ElesJoinsTheRevolution Wed 12-Sep-07 15:44:58

cheese and onion quiche

i always shop when im hungry, i always fancy one, which of course ends up in the bin.

MrsSpoon Wed 12-Sep-07 15:53:12

Kiwis, I have stopped buying them. DS1 and I really like them but when it comes down to it they are not the most practical of fruits, can hardly be grabbed out the fruit bowl and eaten on the way up the road.

Mercy Wed 12-Sep-07 16:00:59

Lettuce
Cucumber
Bacon (only dd and I eat it so I freeze it after we've had a couple of pieces, I take it out again and don't get around to eating it all and then it goes off)
Cream (keep meaning to use it in a couple of meals but somehow hardly ever get around to making them)
Yoghurts (dh always gets too many)

Cappuccino Wed 12-Sep-07 16:03:14

carrots

I am always going to chop them up for snacks

hmm

hermykne Wed 12-Sep-07 16:03:53

bok choi

visions of asian dinners being presented daily , healthy, quick and light and it doesnt happen

lottilolipop Wed 12-Sep-07 16:05:16

you all need to get some hens they eat everything and you get something back

saythatagain Wed 12-Sep-07 16:06:46

Fresh bags of herbs, cucumber and the old favourite - lovely speciality bread thats so special it walks to the bin on it's own!

hermykne Wed 12-Sep-07 16:08:07

lollipop my mother had pigs, ate everything bar meat, and now they are in her freezer!

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