Shopping List

This is a picture of our fridge. I would be embarrassed to show you what it looked like before. Yeah, the beer was still there but the fruit and veggies were limited to their drawer. Now they take up our entire fridge. We actually have trouble making room for everything we need for green juice but we manage. It takes awhile to collect all these ingredients and I didn’t do it overnight. I’ll post a link if it’s not purchased from the local grocery store. I’m all about the best product at the best price. There is a link at the bottom of the page to a downloadable/printable grocery list.

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Green Juice List

Celery

Kale

Spinach

Cucumbers

Carrots

Apples

Pears

Swiss Chard

Beets (if you don’t have tummy issues)

Lemon

Lime

Baking

Almond flour (blanched & unblanched)

Arrowroot starch

Flax Seed (egg replacement & used in everything I bake)

Potato Starch

Tapioca Starch

Chick Pea Flour

Sea salt

Yeast

Nutritional Yeast

Organic apple cider vinegar

Pea Protein

Staples – not found in veggie isle

Quinoa – white, tri-colored (try them all)

Teff 

Frozen wild blueberries

Almond milk (better to make your own but I break down and buy when I’m lazy)

Coconut milk, canned

Organic Jack Fruit, canned 

Organic Soy Sauce 

Organic Chick Peas (garbanzo beans) canned

Veggies

Cauliflower

Tomatoes

Onions – yellow, red, green

Lemons

Limes

Spinach

Garlic (whole)

Ginger (whole root)

Spaghetti squash

Summer squash

Fruit – seasonal fruit, apples, oranges, peaches, watermelon etc. (If you eat the skin, buy organic)

Oils

Olive oil

Refined Coconut Oil

Almond Oil

Avocado Oil (high heat tolerance)

Spices:

basil

cayenne pepper

chili powder

cumin powder

garlic powder

onion powder

oregano

paprika

parsley flakes

pepper

red chili peppers

salt (iodized)*

sea salt

Himalayan Salt

turmeric

*We only eat the salt we ourselves add to food and salt is very important to health. However the amount of salt in processed foods is very unhealthy. Eat salt wisely, you need it!

Link to downloadable/printable grocery list

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