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Quarantine Foods List!

By: Laura Woodruff

Quarantine Foods List!

*Please note- Use this list as a guide for ideas of foods to have on hand during this time. Your grocery list doesn’t have to be limited to these items.

 

Shelf Stable Produce:

  • Potatoes (yams, sweet potatoes, regular potatoes, etc.)

  • Squashes (spaghetti squash, butternut, acorn, etc.)

  • Fruits (Apples/Pears, Bananas, Citrus fruits (oranges, grapefruit, lemons, limes,) Avocado, Kiwis, etc.)

  • Ginger

  • Garlic


 

Pantry Goods:

  • Bone broth (You can also buy frozen bone broth and refrigerated)

  • Canned goods (coconut milk, tomatoes, etc.)

  • Spaghetti sauce, marinara, salsa, etc.

  • GF Grains- Sprouted Oats, Quinoa, Sprouted rice, Lentils, etc.

  • GF Noodles (I like Cybele’s brand)

  • Super foods (spirulina, maca, etc.)

  • GF Flours for Healthy Baking (coconut flour, almond flour, cassava flour, cacao powder, etc.)

  • Nuts (almonds, walnuts, brazil nuts, cashews, etc.)

  • Nut and Seed Butters

  • Seeds (pumpkin, chia, sunflower, flax, etc.)

  • Granola (GF or grain-free, low sugar)

  • Canned Fish (Wild-caught salmon, albacore tuna, sardines, etc.)

  • Coffee and Tea (I also like mushroom packets from Four Sigmatic)

  • Fats: Coconut oil, ghee, avocado oil, olive oil, etc.

  • Paleo pancake mix (Birch Benders is my fav)

  • Clean Protein Powders and Collagen

  • Beverages of Choice (Sparkling water, bottled water, wine, etc.)

  • Snack foods: In moderation

    • Paleo Puffs (Lesserevil brand)

    • Bars (watch the sugar content)

    • Simple Mills Crackers (or other grain-free gf crackers)

    • Dark Chocolate

    • Beef jerky, beef sticks

    • Dried fruit (no sugar added)

    • Olives

    • Siete Foods Tortilla Chips (or another GF chip)




 

Freezer:

  • Pasture raised meats, poultry, wild-caught fish, etc.

  • Frozen Fruit and Veggies (More nutrient dense than canned)


 

Fridge (fresh):

  • Greens (spinach, kale, collard, arugula, etc.)

  • Vegetables (asparagus, broccoli, peppers, cucumbers, etc.)

  • Fruits (berries, melons, etc.)

  • Pasture-raised Eggs

  • Pasture raised meats (beef, poultry, etc.)

  • Wild Caught Fish

Laura Woodruff is a local Nutritional Therapist helping clients throughout the PNW. Whether you need help implementing a therapeutic diet, help with meal planning, or are just in need of an accountability coach to stay on track, she is here to help! Laura meets with individuals to determine their individual dietary needs to help them live an overall healthy and happy life. She specializes in gut health and autoimmune healing, as well as overall health and wellness.
Website: nourishednutritionconsulting.com
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