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I'm defrosting my freezer. Anyone want to help me guess what the mystery tupperware contains?

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Fruitbeard Thu 25-Jun-09 12:28:08

It's a square, deep plastic box about 6 x 6 inches and 3 inches deep, no label. Now the frost's melting a little, I can see that it's sort of translucent yellowy egg-white in colour and it fills the whole box to the brim.

I cannot for the life of me remember what I put in it!

As I have also retrieved a plastic tub of pureed spag bol from next to it at the back of the top shelf, I can only imagine it dates back to when I was weaning DD... which was a good 2.5 years ago <blush slattern>

I know it's not egg-white, because there is no way on God's earth I'd use that many egg yolks on their own!

Any guesses?

(If I let it defrost to tell what it is, I'll have to use it/chuck it and the hoarder in me baulks at such a notion...)

Rubyrubyrubyinthegame Thu 25-Jun-09 12:29:01

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Reallytired Thu 25-Jun-09 12:31:08


Reallytired is amazed that anyone manages to express THAT quantity of bm.

snigger Thu 25-Jun-09 12:31:14


At this stage it could be damn near anything.

If in doubt, call it soup and give it to DH.

Hassled Thu 25-Jun-09 12:32:14

Chicken stock vote here as well. It always turns early-morning urine coloured when it freezes - tis very odd.

I love playing "guess what's in this freezer box?" . It's a regular pastime here.

MrsMcCluskey Thu 25-Jun-09 12:33:54

Were you,planning some DIY IVF?

LovingtheSilverFox Thu 25-Jun-09 12:34:17

Definately could be chicken stock, or erm.....

<<Goes to check own freezer for ideas>>

snigger Thu 25-Jun-09 12:34:30

DH is our prime offender - he lobs things into bags and you find them 6 weeks later.

We actually had a miniature sweepstake once - I won, the grey bagged matter was pancake mix. I knew I wouldn't have frozen anything that colour. grin

snigger Thu 25-Jun-09 12:35:33

Could DH have had a sorbet-making phase you knew nothing about?

Fruitbeard Thu 25-Jun-09 12:36:35

Definitely not bm, Reality I think the most I ever expressed in one go (by way of an experiment to see exactly how much DD was taking down if she drained both breasts, that's how much of a freak nerdish PFB mother I used to be!) was 23oz, so deffo not enough for that (and it would have been in those dinky little Avent pots if I did - I did find some the last time I cleaned the freezer out!)

So chicken stock.. yes, I remember boiling down organic chicken carcasses to make salt-free stock... am amazed I've got that much in one go, though...

Looking forward to your other guesses with interest!

Fruitbeard Thu 25-Jun-09 12:39:53

You have made me spit tea, Mrs McCluskey...

If DH could produce that amount in one go I'd be going into business as a sperm-farm (do such things exist?!)

And no, it is safe to say DH would never have had a secret sorbet-making phase...he's just walked in for lunch and said 'sorbet is the devil's substitute for ice cream', pulling a face of disgust.

LovingtheSilverFox Thu 25-Jun-09 12:44:11

Could it be urine? Was a sample required and you were efficient and did it the night before at some point?

Cies Thu 25-Jun-09 12:46:49

I would say stock too. But could it be fish stock?

snigger Thu 25-Jun-09 12:52:41

ROFL at MrFruitbeard's sorbet outburst - he's very erudite, isn't he?

Fruitbeard Thu 25-Jun-09 12:54:54

He likes to think he is, snigger wink

I'm actually praying now that it is stock, what with all these other bodily fluid suggestions...shock

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