My Shopping List

shopping list

I’ve had a few questions about what’s in my fridge and pantry lately, so here is an example of my shopping list. Obviously, I eat a certain way because it fuels my body best. However, everyone is different, so your shopping list may not look exactly the same as mine, and that’s totally okay! Feel free to add items in the comments below and we’ll compile a complete list.

Protein (source lean, organic, free range, grass fed protein where possible)

Beef

Lamb

Chicken

Turkey

Tempeh

Tofu

Fish

Eggs

Avoid cured meats, deli meats, mince, pork, salami, sausages and smoked meats.

Dairy and Substitutes (maximum of one serve per day – think of dairy as a condiment not the main component of a meal)

Goat milk, Nut milk, Cow’s milk (source organic raw cow’s milk where possible), Soy milk, Rice milk, Oat milk or Coconut milk

Greek yoghurt or Coconut yoghurt

Feta and goat cheese

Vegetables (source fresh, seasonal and organic where possible)

Chilli

Sprouts

Artichokes

Asparagus

Avocado

Spinach

Beetroot

Bok choy

Broccoli

Broccolini

Brussels sprouts

Cabbage

Capsicum

Carrot

Cauliflower

Celery

Corn

Cucumber

Eggplant

Fennel

Garlic

Ginger

Beans

Peas

Mushrooms

Zucchini

Lettuce

Kale

Silverbeet

Leek

Olives

Onions

Parsnip

Pumpkin

Sweet potato

Potato

Radish

Rocket

Kelp

Kombu

Wakame

Squash

Tomato

Turnip

Watercress

Onion

Fruit (source fresh, seasonal and organic where possible)

Apples

Bananas

Strawberries

Mangoes

Figs

Dates

Kiwi fruit

Passionfruit

Pears

Oranges

Lemons

Limes

Blueberries

Blackberries

Raspberries

Young coconut

Beans

Broad beans

Butter beans

Navy beans

Canelonni beans

Chickpeas

Black beans

Lentils

Lima beans

Soy beans

Red kidney beans

Grains

Amaranth

Brown rice

Buckwheat

Millet

Quinoa

Barley

Flours

Coconut flour

Besan (chickpea) flour

Buckwheat flour

Rye flour

Spelt flour

Oat flour

Almond flour/meal

Nuts and Seeds

Almonds

Brazil nuts

Coconut

Hazelnuts

Linseeds/flaxseeds

Macadamia nuts

Pecans

Pepitas/pumpkin seeds

Pine nuts

Pistacchio nuts

Sesame seeds

Sunflower seeds

Chia seeds

Walnuts

Oils (source cold pressed oils where possible)

Coconut oil

Flax/linseed oil

Macadamia oil

Avocado oil

Olive oil

Sesame oil

Walnut oil

Beverages

Filtered water (flavour with lemon juice, ginger, mint or fruit)

Herbal tea (chamomile, dandelion, ginger, lemongrass, peppermint, green, licorice, rooibos, etc)

Other

Herbs and Spices (use these in everything – they give all my meals flavour, my favourites are cinnamon, vanilla powder, nutmeg, cardamom, mint, basil, carraway, tumeric, sage, paprika, fennel, cumin, coriander, mustard, bay leaves, cayenne pepper and parsley)

Mountain bread

Flax crackers

Tamari

Butters/spreads (tahini, almond butter, peanut butter, coconut butter, cacao butter)

Raw honey

Maple syrup

Sea salt or Himalayan salt

Maca powder

Bee pollen

Goji berries

Raw cacao powder

Kelp noodles

Mung bean pasta

Soba noodles (make sure they are 100% buckwheat)

Green powder (spirulina, barley grass, wheat grass and chlorella)

Psyllium husk

Hemp protein powder

LSA mix (ground linseeds/flax seeds, sunflower seeds and almonds)

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