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Pantry Staples

Flours:

  1. All-Purpose Flour
  2. Buckwheat Flour
  3. Rice Flour
  4. Corn Flour
  5. Cornstarch

Specialty:

  1. Nutritional Yeast
  2. Dried Shiitake Mushrooms
  3. Breadcrumbs
  4. Cocoa Powder
  5. Vanilla Protein Powder

Pasta & Spaghetti:

  1. Brown Rice Pasta, Penne
  2. Brown Rice & Quinoa Spaghetti

Grains & Legumes:

  1. Green Lentils
  2. Red Split Lentils
  3. White Rice, Basmati
  4. Quinoa
  5. Oat Flakes

Nuts & Seeds:

  1. Sesame Seeds
  2. Chia Seeds
  3. Ground Flaxseeds
  4. Hemp Hearts
  5. Pumpkin Seeds
  6. Sunflower Seeds
  7. Almonds
  8. Cashews
  9. Walnuts
  10. Hazelnuts
  11. Pistachios
  12. Brazil Nuts
  13. Peanuts

Vinegar & Oil:

  1. Apple Cider Vinegar
  2. Red Wine Vinegar
  3. Balsamic Vinegar
  4. Olive Oil
  5. Coconut Oil
  6. Refined coconut Oil

Canned Goods:

  1. Canned Black Beans x 2
  2. Canned Chickpeas x 2
  3. Canned White Beans x 2
  4. Canned Green Lentils x 2
  5. Canned Chopped Tomatoes x 2
  6. Coconut Cream x 2
  7. Canned Pineapple

Misc:

  1. Soy Sauce
  2. Sweet Miso Paste
  3. Nori Sheets 

Fruit & Vegetables:

  1. Tomatoes
  2. Bananas
  3. Avocados

Tomatoes lose flavor if you place them in the fridge so they should be kept on the counter or in the pantry. Tomatoes will continue to ripen at room temperature. Use them up within 2-3 days. 

The same goes for bananas. Unlike tomatoes, once ripe, bananas can be frozen and then used for baking. Peel ripe bananas, mash them and place in a zip-lock bag (1-2 per bag) or slice and place in a tupperware container. They will last for up to 6 months in the freezer.

Keep avocados on the counter or in the pantry until they ripen. Once they ripen (they should be soft as you press on the skin), place them in the fridge. They will last well for up to 2-3 weeks refrigerated.

Fridge

Non-Dairy:

  1. Soy, Oat or Cashew Milk x 2
  2. Almond Milk
  3. Coconut Milk
  4. Soy, Oat or Cashew Yogurt (Greek-Style) x 2
  5. Firm Tofu x 6

Condiments:

  1. Mustard
  2. Tomato Paste x 2

Butters:

  1. Peanut Butter
  2. Almond Butter
  3. Cashew Butter
  4. Tahini

Sweeteners:

  1. Agave Syrup
  2. Maple Syrup
  3. Date Syrup
  4. Blackstrap Molasses

Fruit:

  1. Fresh Apples
  2. Dates
  3. Prunes
  4. Dried Apricots
  5. Dried Cranberries

Vegetables:

  1. Sweet Potatoes
  2. Cooked Beetroot
  3. Carrots
  4. Onions
  5. Garlic

Freezer

Vegetables:

  1. Frozen Broccoli x 2
  2. Frozen Cauliflower x 2
  3. Frozen Green Beans x 2
  4. Frozen Peas
  5. Frozen Corn
  6. Frozen Spinach

Misc:

  1. Almond Flour
  2. Coconut Flakes
  3. Shredded Coconut
  4. Frozen Tempeh
  5. Frozen Strawberries
  6. Frozen Blueberries


You can also keep in the freezer: herbs, frozen lemon juice, homemade parmesan, ginger and turmeric roots

 

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