I cranked the AC down to 78F and turned on the table fan for extra comfort, then dug into that packed refrigerator. I got rid of all the cabbage, the largest zucchini and all of the beans. At least it made a dent!
Six pints of sauerkraut. I'll leave it in the kitchen until it bubbles and stinks, then it will have to go out to the garage. It's supposed to stay at 75F or cooler, and it got up to 79F in the garage today. Maybe it will cool down a bit before I have to move the jars. I used some old jar lids for this fermenting process (clean ones, of course), but I'll switch to new ones when it comes time to process them.
Two loaves of zucchini nut bread.
Six bags of green beans, for a total of 6-1/2 pounds.
After dinner, I'll slice, blanch, freeze and bag the yellow crookneck squash. Then I can clean out the fridge and take inventory. I have no idea what else I have in there! Oh....broccoli, for sure. That can be prepped at the same time I do the squash.
I didn't water anything in the garden today!