Whats in my pantry and fridge.

I try to always keep my pantry and fridge well stocked. I cook the majority of our meals so I like to have things on hand.

Here are some of the spices and sauces that I keep in my pantry.

  1. Pink Himalayan Rock salt
  2. Pepper
  3. Turmeric. Aside from being delicious, turmeric has many health properties including being a potent natural anti-inflammatory.
  4. Cinnamon
  5. Cumin
  6. Sumac. Made from a Middle Eastern berry. It has a fruity, lemon flavour. I sprinkle it over roast chicken and lamb back straps amongst other things.
  7. Dried chilli flakes
  8. Cayenne pepper
  9. Paprika
  10. Organic apple cider vinegar
  11. Organic Tamari
  12. Fish sauce- make sure it is sugar-free


  1. Coconut oil
  2. Good quality cold pressed olive oil for salad dressing
  3. Macadamia oil
  4. Avocado oil
  5. Organic coconut milk
  6. Organic coconut cream
  7. Almond or Brazil nut butter

Baking and other staples

  1. coconut flour
  2. Organic shredded coconut
  3. Raw nuts; almonds, brazil nuts, macadamias, pepitas, sunflower seeds, cashews, pecans.
  4. Bi carb soda
  5. Baking powder
  6. Tapioca starch
  7. Raw cacao powder*
  8. Maca and mesquite powder
  9. Organic goji berries
  10. Tinned tomatoes
  11. Homemade vegetable stock, mustard and tomato paste. I make this in my Thermomix
  12. semi dried tomatoes
  13. Tinned tuna and/or salmon- buy the highest quality you can.
  14. Herbal teas; Fennel and liquorice , peppermint, dandelion chai.

*I am not consuming cacao whilst I am on the detox.

Most importantly of course are the fresh foods, including vegetables, fruit, meat, fish and eggs. We do a big shop at the market once a week and might visit another 1-2 times especially to buy fresh fish.

  • Organic free range eggs
  • Organic chicken
  • Lamb
  • Fish; flathead, tuna, blue eye or a whole fish such as snapper
  • Rocket/baby spinach
  • Kale
  • Rainbow chard/silverbeet
  • Carrots- orange and purple
  • Parsnip
  • Sweet potato
  • Pumpkin
  • Avocado
  • Zucchini
  • Broccoli
  • Asian greens such as; chinese broccoli, bok choy & choy sum.
  • Chillies
  • Onions, garlic, shallots, ginger
  • Tomaotoes
  • Mandarins
  • blueberries and strawberries
  • apples




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