Entering into someone’s kitchen is a serious thing. After all, whatever is there can say a lot about a person. Some may have a feeling that the contents of their fridge can be different from mine. I’m trying to stock my kitchen with only the best and healthiest foods. But you can judge for yourself, whether your kitchen is healthy or not. Or maybe you just started eating a bit more healthy and you need some guidance when what to buy. Maybe you will encounter some serious #fridgegoals and I hope in that case it will be helpful to you.
- Apple cider vinegar
- Brown rice pasta or soba noodles
- Raw cacao powder
- Chia seeds
- Hemp seeds
- Green powder (wheatgrass and spirulina)
- Coconut oil and coconut milk
- Medjool dates
- Buckwheat flour and coconut flour
- Herbs and spices (turmeric, cumin, cayenne, chili flakes, paprika, Celtic sea salt, pepper)
- Lentils, black beans, butter beans and chickpeas
- Pure maple syrup
- Nuts: almonds, cashews, brazil, pecans, macadamia, walnuts
- Almond butter
- Olive oil
- Seeds: pumpkin, sesame and sunflower
- Fermented food (organic sauerkraut). A necessity for a healthy gut. Just a half cup of it eaten with a meal made a huge impact on my health.
- Tomato puree (pure tomatoes in a glass jar without any additives)
- Quinoa or millet
- Nutritional yeast
- Water filter
A few fresh produce
- Leafy greens (mostly spinach or kale)
- Herbs (mostly parsley)
- Fruits such as apples or berries (I love blueberries)
When it comes to fresh produce there can be days I don’t have it at home such as berries because, well they are fresh and need to be eaten. The first list however are produce I always have in my kitchen. They don’t go bad and are a good basic list of things to have in any healthy kitchen.
Do you have these things in your kitchen? What are your healthy kitchen staples?
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