COVID-19 (May 13, 2020)


I am sick of eating canned and frozen food.

I want fresh produce and I am going to shop this Friday. While I am very much scared of catching this virus, I am also scared of the quality and nutrition value of the food I am getting. So, instead of every 3 weeks, my decision today is to do the grocery shopping every two weeks.

It has been only 2 months and I feel like it has started to get on my nerves.

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  1. I’ve found that some frozen fruit, like mango, still tastes alright when you thaw it. I just put some in a Tupperware and leave it in the fridge for a day or so and then eat it. Frozen blueberries, however, were more mushy when they thawed. Also, once bananas are ripe, you can stick them in the fridge and they’ll last longer – they get brown right away but stay at the same ripeness!

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    1. thanks for telling me about the bananas (which I love) and mango (which I would love to try) – I certainly am intrigued to give it a try (if I can make it work at my home, it will be an amazing addition to my pandemic diet!)

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  2. I think that’s a good idea. We have two people in the family who can’t seem to stay out of the stores and so far they’ve been okay… knock on wood right? Gloves and masks and washing hands as soon as they get home has been the norm.

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  3. Same, I am going to have to brave the shops. I think I will go tomorrow evening after work. This because I am hoping there will be less people around. Normally I would go on a Saturday but there is a demonstration planned in a park near our home (anti-lockdown, anti-vaccine, anti-5G ><) which makes me wary, so will stay home Saturday instead.

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  4. the fresh fruit and vegetables determines when we need to go shopping. Frozen works for some but not everything.

    The only canned vegetable we regularly purchase is sliced beets for salad. We also buy frozen corn kernels and mixed berries.

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