Dan and I did a decent grocery stock-up this weekend and are hoping to make it through our move with no more groceries! We've got a litt...

Grocery Shopping Hiatus

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Dan and I did a decent grocery stock-up this weekend and are hoping to make it through our move with no more groceries! We've got a little over a week until we begin the moving process, and about a week and a half before we expect to move our kitchen over to the new place.

The plan of action:
- Eat as much perishable food as possible in the next week. I would like to have very little refrigerated food to move over.
- Finish off boxes of cold cereal, dried goods and other snack foods (dried fruit, sliced bread, nuts, etc.)
- Make a few big batches of soup/pasta to eat while the kitchen is packed up; this is also a great way to use up some pantry goods, like potatoes, pasta and dried legumes

At this point, I've stopped buying things that aren't good for me to eat, so I shouldn't be stuck finishing off boxes of cookies or eating chips in our last few days. Still, I expect that we'll have at least one weird meal. Hopefully pre-cooking a lot of options in the next few days helps us continue to eat at home even when we're busy with moving logistics.

Any advice for moving and finishing off the pantry? Or what we definitely need to have in our new place to survive?


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  1. When my husband and I were moving out of the country (back in 2006, so we were in our mid-twenties and a little crazy maybe) we got down to just one bag of potatoes left in the house. I had to stage a revolt, because he actually thought we should eat plain boiled potatoes for a couple meals before we left. HA! :)

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  2. One meal, ok. Two, not so! Glad you set him straight.

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