How to Stock a Healthy Kitchen

Mar 27, 2020

We’re in a really weird time right now. At a time where we don’t want to leave the house often, it’s even more important to have a stocked kitchen that you can rely on.

I like to keep a stocked pantry as much as I can, plus a well kept freezer and refrigerator. This way I know I’ll have staples I need to make a nutritious and delicious meal because nutrition starts in the kitchen!

Here are my favorite healthy foods to always have, especially when fresh food is running low. 

What Fresh Food Is On My Counter or Fridge:
(particularly with a long shelf life ~1 week)

Citrus
Avocado
Sturdy Greens (kale, collards, chard)
Cabbage
Carrots
Radish
Sauerkraut 
Brussels sprouts
Leeks, 
Onions & Garlic
Regular & Sweet Potatoes
Spaghetti Squash
Butternut Squash
Pasture Raised Butter
Goat Cheese

What’s In My Pantry:
Jarred/Canned Olives
Jarred/Canned Artichokes
Jarred/Canned Tomatoes & Tomato Paste
Canned Coconut Milk
Canned Fish (tuna, sardines, anchovies)
Nuts & Seeds
Capers
Sea Salt
Dried Spices & Herbs
Ghee
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Extra Virgin Avocado Oil
85 – 95% Dark Chocolate

What’s In My Freezer:
Pasture Raised Ground Beef
Wild Salmon
Wild Shrimp
Cauliflower Rice
Spinach & other greens
Green Beans
Broccoli
Peas
Berries
Bone Broth

I want you to feel confident making healthy choices at the grocery store. So, download my whole Grocery List pdf HERE as a reference for the next time you go to the store. Take this list with you and know what you need to whip up a quick healthy meal.

It’s helpful today, but it’s relevant everyday.

 

Plus, here are some recipes that are made mostly with these foods.

Butternut Squash Hummus

Dark Chocolate Raspberry Parfait

Quick Bolognese with Spaghetti Squash

 

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