Never Run Out of This Stuff

We used to have to go out and buy stuff every time we wanted to try a new recipe, but over time, we have developed a pretty well-stocked pantry. The benefit is that if we discover a recipe we want to try, we usually have everything we need already on-hand.

The biggest benefit, though, is that when you have one of those days when things fall apart and you need a backup plan for dinner, you have plenty of standard ingredients that you can kind of throw together and make something.

Stock up on this stuff & you’ll be off to a great start!

CUPBOARD:

Organic Black Beans (6 cans)*

Organic Pinto Beans (4 cans)

Organic Garbanzo Beans (4 cans)

Organic Red Beans (3 cans)

Sun-Dried tomatoes

Tomato Paste (2 cans)

Tomato Sauce (1 can)

Diced Tomatoes – low sodium (2)

Vegetable Stalk – low sodium  (2)

Organic Pasta Sauce – low sugar (1)

Whole Grain Pasta –  we like Udon pasta (find at most health food stores)

Couscous

Red 
Quinoa

Salsa (1 jar)

Raw Nuts (Almonds, Walnuts, Cashews, Pumpkin Seeds/Pepitas)

Organic Flour (Spelt, Buckwheat, Oat, Whole Wheat)

Nutritional Yeast (find at most health food stores)

Organic Corn Meal

 *Note: When buying canned goods, we always try to find BPA-free packaging. Eden Organic is a brand you can find that does not use BPA in the lining of their cans. 

PRODUCE:

Yellow Onion

Garlic

Mixed Greens

Bell Peppers (any color)

FREEZER:

Ezekiel Bread

Ezekiel Tortillas

Pesto (Homemade)

Whole Wheat Pizza Dough from Trader Joe’s

 OILS, SPICES, ETC.

Olive Oil (for dressings)

Coconut Oil
 (for cooking)

Olive Oil Spray

Balsamic vinegar

White wine vinegar

Apple cider vinegar

Red wine vinegar

Braggs liquid aminos

Tamari (gluten free soy sauce)

Black pepper

Ground cinnamon

Cajun Seasoning

Ground Cumin

Oregano

Cayenne

Chili Powder

Red Pepper Flakes

Dulse (we use this instead of salt)

Baking Powder

Stevia Extract

Basil

Thyme

Turmeric

Nutmeg

Rosemary

Allspice

Sesame Seeds

Paprika

Parsley

Sage

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