QUESTION OF THE DAY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2021

neely

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No matter how much we try we seem to always run out of certain food items but never cat food since I make sure the cabinets are well stocked for Carleton.😻

My husband runs out of multigrain bread for his sandwiches and I run out of fruit, usually apples or bananas. But I never, ever run out of coffee, gotta have my java first thing in the morning. :biggrin:

So for today's QUESTION OF THE DAY - WHAT FOOD ITEM DO YOU RUN OUT OF THE MOST OFTEN AT YOUR HOUSE?
 

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I'll go with milk....it's the only thing that has ever run out before I've gone for my groceries. I don't like to buy more than one bag if the expiry dates aren't long enough. I'm pretty good about keeping a full stock of everything else.
 

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Sometimes I run out of sugar or flavored water. Or fruit. Or hummus.

I guess there's no one thing I always run out of. I'm usually pretty good at refilling at the store before I need something.
 

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Hubby's oatmeal...the old fashioned kind.I always try and have an extra on hand but you never can tell what he'll have for breakfast,so if he has it more times than I figured,then we run out.Mind you he may have plenty of raisin bran or shredded wheat or even eggs....teach me to figure!
 

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Eggs and bread. Michele doesn't start baking bread again until the cooler weather sets in, and we don't buy many eggs at a time as we don't use all that many and don't want them to go bad, as they are getting too expensive to waste.
 

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My daughter does a lot of baking and often runs out of ingredients. I give her sugar, flour or whatever she needs and then both of us forget to replace it and my cupboard is bare.
Apart from that, I rarely run out of foodstuff. I use many different sorts of rice and pasta - if I am short of whatever a recipe specifies - I have no problem finding a substitute. I only buy eggs, fruit and vegetables once a week - I expect to run out of these before the week is out.
 

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Lately, it's been bread. I'm not baking bread or rolls now until it starts to cool down a bit.

I haven't run out of eggs since the being of quarantine. We had gone to the store and I was OK. Not much of this, hardly of that. But I could deal. And then we got to the egg section. And there wasn't an egg to be found. I raised my arms up and said, "Seriously? SERIOUSLY? No eggs?? Aw, come on! This isn't funny!" There was a woman in the aisle who started laughing at me. Rick said, "I don't know her! I'm married to her, but I don't know her!" And now, I never have less than 4 dozen eggs in the fridge at any given time. As God is my witness, I will never run out of eggs again!

Same with cat food. We just went for groceries on Monday and there's not a can of Friskies Buffet in the store. Not one can. Why? Beats me. No biggie. I've started buying ten cases of cat food from Chewy at a time. And a case of Hairball Treats. And a 16-pound bag of kibble. And when I get down to three cases of cans, I order more. Our UPS guy loves me.
 
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