ALL THE GOODS I STOCK IN MY KITCHEN

Creating this page for you was a bit daunting so I'm going to go about it a bit differently than the rest of the "shop with me" pages. 

We are talking in lists here.

Then, at the end, I will link any items that I purchase online form Thrive or Amazon.

I currently grocery shop at quite a few locations. My regulars are listed below with what I like to buy at each location.

I prefer to buy my produce organic if I can, but I don't avoid buying conventional if that is what is available. I just give it a good wash in a water bath with some baking soda and Dr. Bronners pure castile soap.

 

What I buy where:

Natural Grocers - nuts, produce, meats and cheeses. Specialty items like Culina coconut yogurt and Kite Hill ricotta. Pasta sauces and canned foods like lentils, coconut milk and tomatoes. Dried beans, oats, flour, coconut sugar, salsa, nutritional yeast, chocolate and curry paste. 

Thrive Market - baking soda and powder, quinoa, rice and dried beans. Nuts, nut butters, seeds, flax meal, oils and flours. All my cleaning supplies and some personal care items. 

Amazon - tahini, sea salt, maca powder, supplements and some personal care items.

Local co-op & bakery - produce (this is where the bulk of my produce comes from), fish, tortillas and crackers, sourdough bread and tortilla chips.

Trader Joe's - frozen fruit (they have the best blueberries, mango and raspberries), chocolate, noodles, dried fruits, produce (especially apples and oranges), nuts and seeds, applesauce (if you haven't tried it, do so), coconut milk, canned beans, coconut aminos, vinegars, maple syrup and San Marzano tomatoes.

Aldi - dates, papaya, mango and potato chips (Clancy's plain wavy are the best!).

Walmart - frozen organic strawberries, Crazy Richards peanut butter, Traditional Medicinal teas, larabars.

Below is a list of the most common things taking up space in my home. Keep in mind, it varies depending on the season. Sometimes I have melons, brussels sprouts, asparagus, grapefruit, pears, peaches, etc. 

The list of good, nourishing, whole, living food is endless. Try adding in rather than taking away. 

 spices

sea salt

cracked black pepper

garlic salt

garlic powder

paprika

chili powder

cumin

onion powder

cayenne

basil

oregano

dill weed

cinnamon

turmeric

parsley

thyme

cilantro

curry powder

bay leaves

rosemary

 baking

oats

coconut sugar

baking powder

baking soda

vanilla

almond extract

coconut sugar

cane sugar

brown sugar

Jovial all-purpose flour

coconut flour

maple syrup

honey

coconut oil

olive oil

apple cider vinegar

 sautéing

olive oil

coconut oil

rice vinegar

coconut aminos

tamari

toasted sesame oil

worcestershire sauce

 condiments

hot sauce

ketchup

mustard

balsamic vinegar

raw sauerkraut

salsa

sun dried tomatoes

jalapeno

pickles

 produce

frozen fruit​

frozen vegetables

broccoli

cauliflower

carrots

peppers

sweet peppers

red onion

sweet onion

garlic

russet potatoes

yukon gold potatoes

all sweet potato kinds

parsley

cilantro

ginger

oranges

apples

bananas

avocado

lemons

limes

cucumber

zucchini

fresh berries

 pantry

coconut milk

canned tomatoes

garbanzo beans

black beans

cannellini beans

Late July tortilla chips

Clancy's wavy potato chips

Amy's organic soups

lentils

Mezzetta pasta sauce

wild rice blend

basmati rice

brown rice

quinoa

walnuts

pecans

pumpkin seeds

almonds

cashews

peanuts

sunflower seeds

maca powder

dried fruits

nutritional yeast

larabars

Trader Joe's brown rice noodles

Thai Kitchen rice noodles

crackers

Wild Planet tuna & salmon

Thai Kitchen curry paste

nut butters