I have a load of garden/allotment veg to use plus the usual things like yogurt.
B: muesli, yogurt, strawberries, peach - sounds healthy, doesn't it? The muesli is a gift, the yogurt is home made and the strawberries are from the garden. The peaches are from Aldi.
L: third of a can of baked beans, toast, apple. I'd prefer tomatoes on toast but the beans have to be used unless I freeze them!
D: pork and veg curry (with added veg), runner beans, yogurt
From the freezer
yogurt (I froze some to see if it would still work as a starter for my yogurt*)
*As said above, the yogurt was a bit of an experiment. I wanted to see if I could freeze some and then use it (thawed again) for making more yogurt and for my soda bread (I use yogurt instead of buttermilk). It turned out more runny than expected and with quite a fine flavour, not as tangy is usual but delicious all the same. I guess some of the bacteria was changed in the freezing process. It'll work for the bread, I am sure, and it will make a good yogurt for smoothies and over cereal.
I found I was throwing some away as I wasn't using it fast enough at times. This will stop the waste.
I'll try the bread today.