Re: Nissan SMB
The short answer is a wide variety of canned goods and boxed soups stashed in plastic, stackable "shoe" boxes from Walmart. I also bought a dish pan that didn't fit where planned, but it fits in the area next to water tank that says "no flammables," and we keep cans we plan to use after we empty the pantry. I won't get into what is in the pantry. I'm not sure I really know. My wife keeps pulling stuff out.
Only 1 package of waffles fit in the freezer. When they are gone, it's time to look for a grocery store. For some reason, we can find waffles no matter how small the town. Don't always recognize the brand. Actually, it is fun grazing in small grocery stores.
The refrigerator has cheese, ham, condiments, milk, hard boiled eggs to start (once the eggs are gone, they are gone; although, I think I saw frozen hard boiled eggs just before we started searching for a cafe), peanut butter, almond butter and whatever else we can fit in the 2.7cf refrigerator.
We also carry a 12v cooler to put things in that don't need to be super cold, such as fruit, lettuce, spinach, carrots, celery, bread and beverage cans that will hold the cold for awhile. We turn it off at night as it is a real power drain. Great seat, as our dogs have the couch.
Regarding the electric stove, we considered it and put it back on the shelf. A butane stove is not much more expensive, and I agree it is a better option.
I hope everyone realizes this works for us and this is not a lecture...