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Humans are creatures of habit, we tend to buy the same 13 items every time we go to the grocery store. This guide should help you make your list . Use this transformation as an opportunity to shine a light on some new foods. Now that we are in a phase of limited food options, thinking outside of your box might be a necessary way to shop….great opportunity to try new things!


Assume that all fruits, veggies, nuts, seeds should be consumed raw or barely cooked unless noted to *cook lightly.


PS. BRING YOUR OWN SHOPPING BAGS!


PRODUCE:



Citrus

Lemon

Lime

Grapefruit

Orange

Tangerines

Apple

Pear

Plum

Nectarine

Peach

Banana

Melons

Watermelon

Honeydew

Cantaloupe

Grapes

Berries

Blueberries

Raspberries

Blackberries

Strawberries

Mango

Cherries

Pineapple

Papaya

Pomegranate

Coconut (flesh and water)


Leafy Greens

Kale (raw in smoothie or massaged with lemon and salt as salad)

Spinach

Collard Greens

Swiss Chard *

Dandelion Greens *

Romaine

Leafy Lettuce

Mustard Greens

Arugula

Watercress

Cruciferous Vegetables

Cauliflower *

Broccoli *

Cabbage *

Radicchio

Bok choy

Endive

Sprouts

Alfala

Mung Bean

Broccoli

Sunflower

Mushrooms

Portobello *

Oyster *

Cremini *

Shitake *

Chanterelle *

Trumpet *

Onions

Chives

Garlic

Scallions

Red Onion

Shallots

Leeks

Peppers

Bell peppers

Jalapeno

Okra

Poblano

Chiles

Summer squash

Yellow squash

Zucchini

Winter Squash

Butternut *

aacorn *

Delicata *

spaghetti squash *

Pumpkin *

Root vegetables

Beets

Carrots

Celeriac

Daikon

Ginger

Parsnip *

Rutabaga *

Turnip

Turmeric

Radish

Sweet Potato *

Yam *

Wasabi Horseradish

Jicama

Jerusalem Artichoke *

Sunchokes *

Water chestnut

Artichoke

Asparagus

Eggplant

Avocado

Celery

Cucumber

Fennel *

Tomatoes

Kohlrabi



Herbs and spices

Anise

Basil

Caraway

Cilantro

Cilantro seeds

Coriander

Chamomile

Dill

Fennel

Lavender

Lemon Grass

Marjoram

Nettle

Oregano

Paprika

Parsley

Rosemary

Sage

Thyme


Nuts / Seeds (including butters)

Almonds

Brazil Nuts

Macadamia Nuts

Walnuts

Pecans

Cashews

Sunflower seeds

Pumpkin seeds

Poppy Seeds

Sesame seeds

Hemp Seeds

Chia Seeds

Flax Seeds


Dried Fruits (Beware of added sugars and sulfites)

Raisins

Mangos

Dates

Coconut Flakes

Cherries


Grains

Quinoa *

Rice *

Amaranth *

Oats *

Buckwheat *


Beans (Soak for 12 hrs prior to cooking)

Lentils

Black Beans

Garbanzo Beans

Seaweed

Nori

Wakame

Dulse


Prepared Foods:

Miso Paste

Mylks (Read ingredient label for added Sugars)

Oat

Flax

Yogurt (Beware of added sugars!)

Coconut

Oat

Cheese (Read ingredients, less is more!)

Soft cheese made from nuts

Bread

Sprouted grains

Vegan / Gluten-Free / organic

Kimchi / Sauerkraut


Staple Cooking Ingredients:

Salt

Real Salt

Celtic Sea Salt

Himalayan Pink Salt

Aminos (in place of soy sauce)

Braggs Aminos

Coconut Liquid Aminos

Apple Cider Vinegar

Cold Pressed Coconut oil (This should be the only oil that you cook with! It holds its chemical structure at a temperature higher than any other plant oil. Never cook your food over 300ºF)

Raw, Unfiltered Honey *sparingly

Cold-Pressed Olive Oil (Not for cooking)


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