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Deliciously Organic: My Pantry

Deliciously Organic

A blog devoted entirely to simple, wholesome, organic cooking.

Sunday, August 31, 2008

My Pantry

Organic Whole Cane Sugar or Sucanat (to read more about this sweetener click here)
Raw Honey
Maple Syrup
Maple Sugar

All of my seasonings in my pantry are organic and non-irradiated.
Herb-a-mare -- a fantastic seasoning mix to use on just about any savory dish
Celtic Sea Salt (my favorite is from the Grain and Salt society)

Oils and Butters:
Bariani Organic Olive Oil or Wilderness family naturals olive oil (to read more about olive oil click here)
Centrifuged Organic, Extra-Virgin Coconut Oil (to read more about coconut oil click here)
Raw, unsalted butter
Red Palm Oil
Sesame Oil

For Baking:

Whole wheat pastry flour (I use this primarily for baked goods)
Hard white wheat flour (for baking bread)
Raw cacao powder
Organic vanilla extract
Organic almond extract
Aluminum-free baking powder
Arrowroot Powder

Other Items:

Steel Cut Oats
Organic Brown Rice
Organic brown rice pasta (I prefer Tinkyada or Trader Joes)
Organic Whole wheat pastas (I prefer DeBoles)
Albacore Tuna (I prefer Trader Joes)
Black beans (I prefer Trader Joes)
Ineeka Organic tea
Dark Organic Chocolate

In the Fridge:
Pastured Organic Eggs
Mild, raw, cheddar cheese
Cultured cream cheese
Organic pastured butter
Raw milk and cream (to read more click here)
Mascarpone Cheese
Crème fraiche or a cultured sour cream
Kombucha (here's a recipe to make your own kombucha)
Ohsawa Nama Shoyu organic, fermented soy sauce (the bottle is huge but lasts at least a year in my fridge)
Raw Apple Cider vinegar
Raw sesame oil

* To read about Buying Organic on a Budget click here and here

* To read more about healthy fats click here

* Back-to-school lunch ideas click here

* Healthy Breakfast idas click here

* The importance of unrefined salt click here


Blogger Sasha said...

You are amazing and I love the site! -Sasha

September 3, 2009 at 10:21 AM  
Anonymous Missy Jill said...

Your site it beautiful. I love Nourishing Traditions too! I'm glad I found you, I'll be coming back for more.

September 26, 2010 at 4:44 PM  
Blogger Stephanie said...

Off the subject! I looked for your coffee recipes mentioned on Tasty Kitchen and I couldn't find them. Can you direct me to them?
This is my first visit here. It looks so inviting, I'll be here a while.

September 26, 2010 at 9:50 PM  
Blogger Deliciously Organic said...

Stephanie: Here is the post with the coffee creamer recipes: Enjoy!

September 27, 2010 at 9:57 AM  

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