Below you’ll see just about everything I keep in my kitchen pantry. I don’t necessarily have all these ingredients on hand at all times and I hardly think that’s necessary. These are foods that can generally last ages so it’s nice to have a good variety on hand to be able to put together a recipe at any given time.
I hope this inspires you to fill your pantry with whole healthy real foods!
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My Whole Foods Pantry List
Oat, brown rice & buckwheat flour (I usually grind my own as needed)
Grains & Pasta: All are Gluten Free
Grains (and seeds) will spoil before I get to them, so I keep them in mason jars in my refrigerator.
Brown rice or quinoa pasta
Buckwheat soba noodles
Buckwheat & sweet potato soba noodles
Oats ( steel-cut & rolled)
Trader Joe’s brown & wild sprouted rice
Black eyed peas
Chickpeas i.e. garbanzo beans
Peas (split & whole)
Sprouted lentils (green, red & blend)
Sprouted mung beans
Raisins or currants
Nuts & Seeds
Almonds (raw & roasted)
Pistachios (habañero is my favorite!)
Sesame seeds (white & black)
Trader Joe’s mixed blend (dry roasted and raw)
Oils & Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar (with the mother)
Cold-pressed olive oil
Garlic infused olive oil
Toasted pumpkin seed oil
Red wine vinegar
Sesame oil (raw & toasted)
Condiments & Canned/Bottled Goods**
Coconut butter (also called manna)
Coconut milk (full fat)
Mustard (dijon & whole grain)
Unsweetened apple sauce
Maple syrup (grade B when possible)
Honey (raw, unfiltered)
Paprika (sweet & smoked)
Red pepper flakes
Vanilla, almond & peppermint extract
Bread (Ezekiel brand or an ancient grain fermented sourdough from farmer’s market)
Brown rice wraps
Cereal (Ezekiel brand)
Mary’s Gone gluten-free crackers
Tortillas (corn & sprouted wheat)
Odds & Ends
As you can see, I love fermented foods! They last for ages and they’re so good for your belly. Plus I love the way they taste. For some, the sourness is acquired. Try a variety of flavors and toss some in your salad with raisins to ease it in.
Baking soda & powder
Chocolate bar (100%)
Eggs (pasture-raised only)
Coconut water (100%)
Trader Joe’s organic juice blend
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**I prefer not to eat anything canned; however, time doesn’t always allow for that. Look for BPA-free cans.
Nearly everything in my kitchen is organic and raw if possible.
Most of these ingredients are very accessible. I purchase many through Thrive Market since they offer such great prices. If you sign up here, you’ll get a free 30-day trial and 15% off your first order.
I also stock up in bulk at the farmer’s market whenever possible and then get whatever’s left at a local grocery store like Sprouts, Trader Joe’s or Whole Foods. If you have any questions about where to buy something, let me know in the comments below.
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What do you have in your pantry?
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