Ok, ok...we admit we brought too many rv kitchen supplies along when we first started living full time in our motorhome. In fact, as we excitedly got geared up for taking what was left of our life possessions, after selling most at garage sales, and cramming them into 1/100th of the space necessary to hold them, we soon recognized we forgot to leave space for groceries!
Yes, initially we thought "this isn't so bad" as we found room for casserole dishes, pots and pans, gadgets, electronics (yes, even a waffle maker...an ESSENTIAL when camping...ugh). We actually brought two colanders so as to never have to endure the horror of straining pasta in too big of a strainer.
In our enthusiasm, we overlooked one small detail. We had used the cabinets above the kitchen table and sink for the rv accessories, leaving no room for a can of peas or box of cereal. Way to go! So we had to downsize our lives further still and, after selling everything, there wasn't much left to get rid of (except Jim's toothbrush, of course...I could part with that and maybe stick spaghetti in our toothbrush holder).
In our rv, what this led to was spring coming about 8 times per year...yes, we "spring cleaned" continually until our kitchen cabinets only held the essential rv accessories. There are rv cooking challenges we've discovered, guaranteed...