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Best Keto Pantry

November 11, 2014

Two years of low carb experience allow me to give good advices on how to keep a neat and tasty keto pantry. At some point, after the first few months, I got bored with the same steaks and eggs and cheese, so I started to make various combinations and to cook delicious low carb meals, without even feeling they were meant to be for a diet.

My pantry list is divided in two: one part for the pantry itself, with long expiration term products, and another for the fridge or with products that need to be bought more often, due to their short expiration term. Pretty logical, huh?

Thus being said, I always have in my house the following (and you will see in my tasty keto recipes why):

  • almond flour
  • coconut flour
  • flaxseeds (whole and grinded)
  • seed mix
  • gluten
  • soy flour
  • psyllium husk
  • peanut butter (smooth and crunchy, no added sugar)
  • coconut butter
  • coconut milk
  • different types of oils (olives, almond etc)
  • different spices
  • different low carb sugar substitutes (eritritol, truvia, splenda)
  • all sort of nuts but cashews (they are pretty sugary)
  • tuna tins
  • black cocoa
  • whey isolate protein powder – no sugar added (vanilla, chocolate, biscuits)
  • xanthan powder, shirataki powder
  • shirataki noodles
  • all kind of flavours (vanilla, rum, orange etc)

Always have in your fridge the following:

  • different types of cheese (blue, regular, soft cream, aged etc)
  • all types of meat (pork, beef, fish, poultry)
  • bacon
  • black chocolate (85% cocoa)
  • green vegetables etc

I go to the market every single week, sometimes twice a week, in order to always have fresh products for my low carb diet. I cook almost every day for me and my husband an i try not to repeat myself very often.

 

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