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A Well-Stocked Pantry




Just what do I consider a well-stocked pantry? Here is a list of what I might have on hand - but your list will be different based on your medical issues, food allergies, and food preferences - but this page should give you a pretty good start.  You will see that I sometimes have the same food in 2 forms - canned and dehydrated - some of each is really convenient.
This isn't everything by any means - I will keep adding as I think of things!


Proteins
Canned w/liquid - Beef, Pork, Chicken, Sausage, Meatballs, etc.
Canned w/liquid - Shrimp, Scallops
Stock - Beef and Chicken
Dried - Shrimp, fish flakes - (Asian grocery store)
Beans (black, pinto, etc.) - canned and dehydrated
Eggs - dehydrated
Milk - home canned (not evap)
Buttermilk Powder (baking row of the grocery store)

Vegetables
Canned - potatoes, beets (whole, sliced and shredded), carrots, green beans, corn, green peas, tomatoes, winter squash, mushrooms, greens, anything you like.
Dehydrated - carrots, green peas, green beans, hominy, cabbage, tomatoes, mushrooms, zucchini, corn, potatoes (chipped and shredded), greens, okra, bell pepper, anything you like

Fruits
Canned - peaches, apples, cherries, pears, pineapple, anything I can get
Dried - prunes, raisins, figs, watermelon, cantelope, strawberry, pineapple, anything

Starches
Grains - Brown Rice, Quinoa, Polenta (dry), cornmeal, brown rice flour, vegetable flour
Pasta - spaghetti, soba, asian noodles of all kinds, elbow, lasagna

Spices/Flavorings/Etc
All Dry - Salt, Pepper, Paprika, Garlic Powder, Sage, Basil, Parsley, Mint (various), Dill, Vegetable Powder (dehydrated), Turmeric, Horseradish, Saffron, Etc.
Seaweed - nori, arame, kombu
Cooking Fats - Olive Oil, Tallow/Duck Fat/Etc, Walnut oil, ghee,
         butter (you can buy canned or dehydrated)
Nuts/Seeds - Almonds (slivered, sliced, raw whole), pecans, walnuts, macadamia, sunflower seeds, etc.
Spaghetti Sauce (jars - home or purchased)
Tamari or Soy Sauce - and Asian Fish Sauce (just anchovies and salt)
Sesame Oil, Sesame Seeds (white and black)
Dehydrated - celery, black olives, green/red chili peppers, onion
Baking Soda, Baking Powder, Natural Ferment Vinegars, Organic Corn starch (or Tapioca powder, etc)
Cocoa Powder (organic) and/or dark chocolate (no sugar) chips
Pure Vanilla Extract (other flavors if desired)





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