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Whats in your cupboard?

Whats in your cupboard?Posted by Nicky Mon, April 03, 2017 10:30AM

Whats in your kitchen cupboard?

So day one was arriving very soon and my menu for the week ahead was all set. So off to the kitchen cupboard I went. Ok, so first impression’s were not good. Sugar and lots of varieties, well when you bake you have to have at least 20 different types as you never know what you will need and I do like to have all bases covered. So operation ‘move out’ had started.

I had my rice shelf, my pasta shelf, all had to go, well be moved to another cupboard that was not in eye line, couldn’t bear to throw food out, however if you think that you will need to really start from scratch, I am sure there are plenty of your friends you could give your food to. Then to my phone to make my new updated shopping list. You could spend a fortune on all the fancy foods you think you might need. My suggestion would be to work out as I did your menu for the week ahead and gauge your shopping list on this.

My kitchen cupboard now has a lot less in it, but all the essential ingredients to make or contribute to meals. See my basics below.

Salt and Pepper

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Rapeseed Oil

Gravy and stock cubes

Coconut Oil

Coconut Cream

Peanut butter

Tahini

Vinegar

White Wine Vinegar

Cyder Vinegar

Fish Sauce

Soya Sauce

Tabasco Sauce

Tins of Tuna

Tins of Mackerel

Tins of Chick Peas

Tins of Mixed Beans

Tins of Cannellini Beans

Tins of Chopped Tomatoes

Good Quality Coco Powder

Organic Cocoa Nibs

Ground Flaxseed

Mixed Nuts

Now onto the fridge.

Eggs, and lots of them

Butter (yes butter and not marg) read the label you will see why

Milk

Natural Set Full Fat Yogurt

Crème Fraîche

Sour Cream

Bacon

Ham

Cheese, lots of varieties

Fruit, consisting of Strawberries and Apples

Dijon Mustard

Wholegrain Mustard

Vegetables, which consisted of :-

Cauliflower

Broccoli

Courgettes

Green Beans

Peppers

Tomatoes

Celeriac

Mushrooms

Cucumber

Salad Items in general

Other stuff

Onions

Chillis

Garlic

Ginger

Apple Juice

Raisins

(See the Planning blog on how you can use the apple juice and raisins).

Now onto the Freezer.

Chicken Breasts

Salmon Pieces

Prawns

Plaice

Cod

Frozen Fruit

Minced Meat, Lamb and Beef

Pork Chops

Lamb Chops

With plenty of space left for all the lovely new meals I was going to cook. I personally like to make more of a lot of foods, so on some days I can just get something out of the freezer and have an easy cook day.

I was now set.









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