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mpstad
08-29-2007, 07:13 PM
I need some suggestions, please. I've been on NS for 3 months. I've accumulated almost 3 weeks worth of meals that I haven't eaten. I attend a lot of work lunches, dinner out, etc.. and I don't eat every meal. And there are many meals that I just didn't like but so I didn't eat the additional meals that I had ordered.

I was thinking of selling on ebay or craigs list, is it ok to do that? Or maybe donating it to a local food pantry.
I don't have any more cupboard space, I'm slowly crowding my husbands food and today I almost put food away into the baby's cupboard. I feel like I'm taking over the kitchen! :o

Help!! I love NS and I've lost 37.6 pounds :carrot: and it works so well for me. Oops, have to update my ticker..

Anyhoo - thoughts, comments, suggestions??


gina1221
08-29-2007, 08:10 PM
I had MANY NS meals that I just couldn't tolerate (no longer on that plan) but I was able to sell all of them for a pretty good price on eBay... just be sure to get the shipping right as the meals can be quite heavy. I listed them separately by breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack/dessert.

Good luck reclaiming some pantry space. :)

Mini-Me
08-29-2007, 08:27 PM
Unless you need the money...donate it. You're doing FAB on your weight loss, now 'pay it forward'! :)


fiberlover
08-29-2007, 09:34 PM
You can delay your auto delivery -that way you can use up some of the food.

Linda1701
09-22-2007, 07:30 PM
also, at ns site, there are trade threads.

lamom
10-21-2007, 05:42 AM
I packed in in boxes with a couple gallons of water bottles and stored it in my garage. The shelf life is great for earthquake supplies.

fiberlover
10-21-2007, 04:02 PM
I packed in in boxes with a couple gallons of water bottles and stored it in my garage. The shelf life is great for earthquake supplies.

A lot of the foods do have expiration dates on them, so you might want to check and make sure the food isn't expired!

kaplods
10-21-2007, 04:19 PM
These aren't really "expiration" dates, they're "use by" dates. They will be edible for years and years. However, after the use by date, the company won't guarentee freshness or taste because the color and texture can be affected. As long as the seal is intact and for the dehydrated stuff, they've been kept free of moisture, they're actually edible indefinitely.