- Coconut oil and olive oil
- Apple cider vinegar (great to have a tablespoon with water in the morning)
- Coconut milk (good for dahl and curries)
- Organic can tomatoes
- Sweeteners- Coconut sugar, stevia, maple syrup
- Lentils- red + green
- Gluten free grains- quinoa and brown rice, Gluten free pasta and rice noodles
- Herbal teas
- Natural vanilla bean paste or essence
- Organic beans
- Gluten free baking powder
- Potato, Pumpkin and sweet potato (great for homemade chips)
- Onions and garlic
- Raw vegan protein powder
- Nori sheets
- Buckwheat or buckwheat flour (great for pancakes)
- Nuts and seeds- sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and Almonds are some of my staples
- Shredded or flaked coconut
- Flax seeds
* TIP: use jars to store some of your pantry staples to keep organised and fresh!
Herbs & Spices//
- Cayenne pepper
- Ground ginger
- Black pepper
- Dried mixed herbs
- Chilli Flakes
- Cacao powder
- Chia seeds
- Nutritional yeast
- Maca powder
- Spirulina powder
- Hemp seeds
- Lots of vegetables that are in season (especially lettuce, kale, spinach, bok choy, broccoli, cucumber, zucchini, carrot, tomatoes, avocados).
- Lots of fruit in season (always have bananas! great to put ripe bananas in freezer for smoothies and healthy ice cream and smoothies), watermelon is a great hydrating snack, and Organic frozen berries for smoothies.
- Fresh herbs- parsley, mint, coriander and basil (it’s much cheaper to grow your own!)
- Raw ginger
- Raw dark chocolate
- Vegan milk such as almond, soy, coconut or rice milk
- Dried fruit- medjool dates, figs, apricots
- Frozen fruit- banana, berries and zucchini + cauliflower for sugar free smoothies
- Vegetable stocks (great if you want to make a tasty soup)
- High speed blender- Vitamix, Bio chef, Thermomix or Optimum.
- Food processor- I don’t actually own a food processor as I use my blender but if you don’t have a blender these work fine.
- Dehydrator – Great for making raw snacks
- Juicer- Breville or cold press juicer.
- Measuring cups and scales.
- Non plastic water bottles (I use copper because it reduces bacteria in water and also tastes great!)