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    Default Elijahs mum (or anyone else who has Janella Purchell new book)... quick help!

    I am doing a big shop tonight and left her book at home - I wanted to stock on the staples she says to have on hand.

    I can remember a fair few of them, but not all.

    If you see this and have time could you please tell me what she lists?

    Thanks so much

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    bumping cos i just her post in another thread!

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    Just trying to find the book! Any recipes in particular you cooking?

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    Ok got it! You mean the ones in the front she says to keep in cupboard and fridge?

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    Fridge;
    Goats cheese
    Yogurt
    Fish sauce
    Tofu
    Fresh herbs
    Smoked trout

    Pantry;
    Organic brown rice
    Quinoa
    Freekah
    Millet
    Amaranth
    Oats
    Muesli
    Spelt flakes
    Spelt bread
    Anchovies
    Mountain bread
    Canned legumes
    Shiitake mushrooms
    Dashi
    Kombu
    Arame
    Miso paste
    Tahini
    Olive oil
    Sesame oil
    Spelt flour
    Balsamic vinegar
    Agave
    Honey
    Sea salt
    Spices
    Dark chocolated
    Dried fruit
    Roasted mix nuts
    Sesame seed
    Sunflower seeds
    Lsa
    Pepitas
    Tamari
    Vanilla pod
    Soy, rice and almond milk
    Instant soup mix

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    Ahh thank you so much - your a life saver!!!! muchly appreciated.

    BTW - do you use Freekah and Amare - I don't know what they are???

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    Arame I think is a seaweed? Like nori? ( never used it!) Freekah I have, it's like quinoa and I sometimes use in in veggie soups

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    ahh cool, thanks! thanks so mcuh for posting the list - it must have taken ages.

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    Der I just read the glossary in her book;
    Freekah - roasted green wheat ( so more protein) use as you would use any grain
    arame - seaweed containing ten times the calcium of milk add to salads or stir frys or soups
    Wow let me know of you find any arame , sounds great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    ahh cool, thanks! thanks so mcuh for posting the list - it must have taken ages.
    2 minutes! Well maybe 5 as DS was on my lap and kept turning the pages!


 

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