Provisions For Staying Home

I hope this finds you well! I have been getting some emails about what people should have in their pantry/fridge. etc. So I thought I would pull something together and get it out to as many people as I could. We are all in this together and feeding ourselves and our families at this time is of utmost importance. Not only for our health, but because we have to!

Provisions List

This is a list of food items that may be included in your diet. This is not individualized, some may work for you and some may not, please keep this in mind. You will obviously not need everything here.


Before Shopping

  • Best to check and see what you have.

  • Check your spice cabinet - see if you have what you like to cook with, too many for me to list and we all cook differently Make sure you have enough salt, this is always needed in cooking.

  • Check on what you have in the fridge, freezer and pantry all ready.


Perishables

Found in Fridge

  • Meat/Poultry/Fish - protein that you may use during the week

  • Eggs

  • Butter

  • Condiments - dressings, mayo, mustard

  • Dairy Products (if tolerated)

  • Fermented foods (kimchi, sauerkraut)

  • Olives

  • Fruits and Vegetables that require refrigeration like grapes, strawberries, carrots, etc. This will depend on whatever you are using for meals, snacks, etc.

  • Other Fruits and Vegetables that may not require refrigeration such as: avocados, bananas, pears, apples, citrus fruits, stone fruits, butternut squash (or other hard squashes/pumpkins), turnips, cabbage (a large head of cabbage will last forever!), onions, garlic, sweet potatoes and white potatoes to name a few.

Stock your Freezer

  • Frozen meat/poultry

  • Frozen fish

  • Frozen veggies for cooking with or throwing in smoothies

  • Frozen berries

  • Bone Broth


Non-Perishables

Stock Your Pantry

  • Canned tuna (mercury free)

  • Cooking oil

  • Vinegar (whichever types you use)

  • Chicken broth/Bone Broth

  • Nuts and Nut Butters

  • Collagen

  • MCT powder

  • Pasta Sauce

  • Gluten free pasta

  • Coconut milk

  • Curry paste (if you cook with it)

  • Canned tomatoes

  • Extra condiments

  • Rice or other grains you tolerate

  • Beans (if you tolerate them)

  • Gluten free products for snacking! (maybe not for everyone)

  • Flours flours for Baking

  • Honey

  • Chia Seeds or other seeds you may use in things like chia seed pudding or thrown into smoothies

  • Maple Syrup

  • Dark Chocolate

  • Seltzer

Miscellaneous

  • Food storage for leftovers

  • Parchment paper

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