Below that, see where the red stuff is? That is cheese wax on homemade cheeses in there. To the right is 25 pounds of sliced ham for a Church Christmas dinner coming up.
Next shelf down you can see some almonds, the pink stuff is kefir cheese with strawberries blended in and on top a bowl with some hard-boiled eggs. Next, 2 containers of cottage cheese, then in back some natural peanut butter and in front some "sun-dried" tomatoes in extra-virgin olive oil, and on the right, the white container is full of kettle-rendered lard.
The bottom has two drawers. The one on the left has carrots and a very sad looking head of iceberg lettuce. It ended up in the compost today. Ugh. On the right are some apples and part of a cabbage I bought from an Amish lady. (They grew the most AMAZING cabbages!)
Small shelf on left has Dijon mustard, some marinade and more pickle relish and a thing or two I can't recall right now.
Small shelf below that has water kefir grains, jar of active dry yeast and ??
Shelf on right has mustard, rennet, bottled lemon juice, 1 thing of Poweraide in case one of use gets heat exhaustion (which has happened in the past,) some prepared horseradish and some unhulled sesame seeds in an old Parmesan shaker.
Bottom shelf, goat milk and Kikoman soy sauce.
If you never visit my blog again, I will understand...