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The restauranteur has the definition of #fridgegoals. Take a look.
Rachel Drori's meal prep obsession helped launch her crazy successful smoothie company, Daily Harvest.
Plus: the (non-gourmet) sauce the TV host and foodie describes as "a celebration in every bite." Party on!
What you'll find in the fridge of a guy who describes himself as a veggie-loving Metro-Paleo. (Yes, there's beer.)
Podcaster and author Abel James, a TV coach on "My Diet is Better Than Yours," says it's all about brain science.
The Manhattan hotspot's co-founder is just as inventive at home, deploying rose water, hot sauce, and raw honeycomb in unexpected ways.
The Today show correspondent packs her fridge full of plants (and Reddi Whip).
Talk Stoop's Cat Greenleaf invites us in to see what's stocked in her fridge.
Alexandra Dawson proves that big things can come out of small kitchens.
Things we learned about the eating habits—and fridges—of Giada De Laurentiis, Katrina Bowden, the Inspiralized founder, and many more.
"I eat mainly real food, but I live a realistic lifestyle."
Sophie Donelson is the young editor-in-chief of home design magazine House Beautiful, but her fridge is surprisingly down-to-earth.
Terra Castro keeps it gluten-, lactose-, and egg-free as she prepares for a 100-mile (!) race.
See what else is cooking in Maria Marlowe's New York City kitchen.
The TV star and lifestyle blogger focuses on eating organic and is all about prepping meals in advance.
The celeb nutritionist has 10 commandments to healthy eating, and it all starts with a well-stocked fridge—like hers.
The former Chalkboard Mag editor now makes healthy food way more accessible at Thrive Market—and she has a few (dozen) favorites.
So long as it's not from a box.
Goodbye Diet Coke, hello fermented foods. Here's what the writer's fridge looks like after quitting yo-yo dieting for a balanced-eating, body-positive track.
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