‘You Are What You Eat is a series of portraits made by examining the interiors of refrigerators in homes across the United States.’ states photographer Mark Menjivar. Mildly interesting idea. Needed some practice doing white balance on photos lit by flash so here is my refrigerator and it’s contents. Its raining as I write this so as a special added bonus there are words to go with the photos.
Freezer: Empty drink containers filled with ice. Garbage (in here because of ants).
Tray below freezer: food wrappings (in here because of ants).
Top shelf: Bread, flatbread, sandwich meat, tuna, cheese and a papaya.
Middle shelf: Greens, carrots, container holding granola and an empty jar.
Bottom shelf: Milks (soy, oat, brown rice) and canned cow’s milk for the dog.
Drawer: Nuts, crackers, Weetabix cereal, raisins, and prunes. (Grain products in here because of ants).
Top shelf: containers of what germ and sesame seeds, jar of peanut butter.
Butter tray: local equivalent of Pepto-Bismol
Middle shelf: 3 jars of jelly (2 almost empty), two salad dressing, mayo and an empty coffee drink.
Bottom shelf: 2 juice and 1.5 liters of water. The water is refilled each night before going to bed so I can see how much I drank that day.