Ok, I've had a quick squiz in my pantry, and here are my staples. Sorry, it's a huge list, but I bought this in bulk (as in 5/10 kilos) in January and still haven't had to replace a lot of this. Also not sure how some of these fit in with your dietary stuff:
Cereals and Grains:
Rice - arborio, basmati, brown, wild
Flour - wholemeal, bread maker, spelt (wholemeal, unbleached and white)
Coconut, olive, peanut, grapeseed
Maple syrup, brown sugar, rapadura, coconut sugar, raw sugar, dates, figs, vanilla bean extract, honey, dark chocolate
Nuts, Legumes and Seeds
Nuts - almonds (great for almond meal), peanuts, pine nuts, cashews, walnuts, hazelnuts, slivered almonds
Legumes - dried kidney beans, dried borlotti beans, dried lentils, dried chickpeas
Seeds - linseed, sesame, poppy, pumpkin, fennel
Herbs and Spices
Basically everything I could find!
Vinegar - apple cider, white wine, red wine, balsamic
Soy sauce and tamari
Stuff that I don't know exactly what it is :-)
Bread improver, dry yeast, baking soda, baking powder, sea salt, desiccated coconut
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27-06-2014 12:32 #11
27-06-2014 12:59 #12
Here are some from quirky's website:
28-06-2014 06:34 #13
That's awesome. Bulk is definitely great for us.
28-06-2014 07:36 #14
I am planning on a healthy path as well. I am struggling with adrenal fatigue ATM and my hormones are also out of whack.
These are some of the changes I've made:
I am trying to cut out all gluten as humans can't break it down properly anyway.
I am aiming for a Paleo diet except not cutting out dairy.
I have swapped table salt to himalayan pink salt.
Make my own butter from pure cream.
Learning all about fermentation and eating them a few times a day. I've made sauerkraut and currently making kombucha, milk kefir and water kefir. These are all loaded with probiotics.
I've also made a healing bone broth and incorporating that daily.
Have a look into GAPS diet. It makes a lot of sense to me. In order to be healthy our gut bacteria needs to be balanced.
I've read success stories of people healing their allergies through the GAPS protocol.
Good luck. I hope you start to see changes soon x
Last edited by Fiery; 28-06-2014 at 07:39.
30-06-2014 09:55 #15
We'll we have done this since Thursday night... Kids are better behaved, and while I still crave white chocolate, I feel better too. My husband is also loving it.
Kids are having a treat now but are all 4 are sitting STILL watching the top cat movie which is amazing!
I had a naughty breakfast of scrambled eggs and bacon and felt gross immediately - like, oh gross fat hit! And couldn't eat it all very pleased.... No more fatty food for me!!! Yay
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