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Kitchen staples

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

I found the idea on a friend's blog, so I thought I'd post it too! The idea is to post a list of the staples, or things you ALWAYS have in your kitchen.

So here's my list!

Bananas
Apples
Peanuts
Milk
Carrots
Frozen Fish
Rice
Potatoes
Swiss Cheese
GF and non GF Pasta
Eggs
Frozen veggies of some sort (usually green beans, peas, cauliflour, and broccoli)
Canned Kidney Beans
Frozen German Spinach

That's all I can think of!

What are YOUR Kitchen staples? Post a blog (if you want) and let me know in the comments!
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  • MCJULIEO
    I think I have almost everything on your list regularly, plus canned tuna and herbal tea...
    1261 days ago
  • EMPRESSAMQ
    Good idea. I always make sure I have a supply of only gluten free items on hand regularly that are comfortable for me to eat and that I've researched, including eggs, whey, thin Swiss cheese, frozen & fresh produce, and some other things.

    Thanks for posting the idea of actually making a list. I never do that.
    1262 days ago
  • LINOVER
    I always have on hand -
    Freezer - boneless skinless chicken breasts
    frozen veggies (various)
    frozen fruits - blueberries, strawberries & mixed fruit
    Refrigerator - milk
    cheeses
    yogurt
    carrots, celery, tomatoes, cucumbers
    eggs
    Pantry - potatoes
    bananas
    tuna fish
    kidney beans
    various pastas
    1263 days ago
  • NASFKAB
    interesting mine would be veggies fruit milk fish cheese
    1263 days ago
  • GK1963
    I always have:

    2-3 types of cheese
    eggs
    sliced ham
    rice
    kidney beans
    frozen chicken breasts (boneless, skinless)
    pasta of various types
    lettuce
    peppers
    baby carrots
    chicken broth
    1263 days ago
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