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Pantry Primer - A Well-Stocked Gluten Free Pantry

For me, a well-stocked, gluten free kitchen means being able whip up a snack, treat or dinner without having to run to the grocery every time I want to cook. That is a momentum killer, the grocery, I mean. I get all excited to make something new and then realize I have to go shopping first. By keeping a good assortment of staples on hand, I am more able to have fun in the kitchen and cook things when I am inspired. Of course, this chart does not include the obvious meats, fish, poultry and veggies that are often the backbone of meals. 

Mainstream

Branching Out

Adventurous

White and Brown Rice

Wild Rice

Forbidden or Bhutenese Rice

Quinoa/Polenta

Split Peas/Lentils

Millet

GF Dried Pasta

GF Fresh Pasta

Homemade Pasta

Canned Beans

Dried Beans

Posole/Hominy

Canned Tomatoes

Sun Dried Tomatoes

Chipotle Peppers in Adobo

Pasta Sauce

Pesto

Thai Curry Pastes

Corn Chips/Popcorn

Bean Chips

Kale Chips

Raw Nuts, Assorted

Sunflower Seeds

Chia, Hemp, Flax

Tofu

Tempeh

Bob's Red Mill GF TVP

BBQ Sauce

Soy Sauce

Thai Fish Sauce

Red/White Wine Vinegar

Sherry/Balsamic Vinegar

Mirin/Fig Fruit Vinegar

Olives

Artichoke Hearts/Capers

Anchovies

Vegetable Oil

Olive Oil

Sesame/Walnut/Hazelnut Oil

Chicken Broth

GF Soup Bases

Coconut Milk, Canned

Roasted Red Peppers

Prepared Horseradish

Calabrian Chile Peppers

Dry Spice Blends

Assorted Dried Spices/Fresh Herbs

Dried Mushrooms

Xanthan Gum

Xanthan Gum

Xanthan Gum

Yellow Mustard

Dijon Mustard

Assorted Varieties Mustard

Hummus

Baba Ganoush

Romesco

Table Salt

Kosher Salt

Assorted Salts

White and Brown Sugar

Honey/Agave

Real Maple Syrup

Peanut Butter

Nutella

Almond/Cashew Butter

 

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