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Eggs can be cooked hundreds of ways! In quiches, omelettes, or simply hard-boiled, eggs make a delicious, nutritious meal. Store them in the fridge in their original container.
So handy for cooking and simply on a slice of bread! Margarine keeps a very long time in the fridge, and butter can be stored in the freezer to extend its shelf life.
For gratin dishes or to add flavour to any meal, cheese is incredibly versatile! Store it in an airtight plastic container to prevent the smell from contaminating other food in the fridge.
Some fruits and vegetables keep for weeks, meaning they can always be on hand in the fridge. Apples, oranges, and root vegetables such as carrots can be stored in the crisper drawers and used when you’re running short of fresh produce.
Milk is a classic and still a nutritionally sound choice. It makes a good addition to smoothies, and a glass of milk is refreshing with dessert. Milk is also a must for breakfast cereal. Several plant-based dairy substitutes are now on the market, too. The most similar to milk in terms of calcium, vitamin D, and protein content is enriched soy beverage. Rice, almond, and cashew milks are also available.
Ideal for smoothies since it is high in protein. Combined with berries and muesli, yogurt makes a perfect breakfast or energizing snack! You can find countless flavours and varieties of yogurt in stores. Greek yogurt has a high protein content and a smooth, rich texture. Yogurt beverages are a practical snack when you’re short of time. And probiotic yogurts optimize intestinal health!