Pantry Essentials

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May 6, 2016 by Angel Pricer

I love this line “do I feed my disease every time I eat or give my body needed nutrition?”

As I’m about to embark upon yet another pantry overhaul, this post provided some key inspirational ingredients to substitute my (hopefully only temporarily lost) HOT & SPICY loves. ❤

Finding Balance Hashi Style

For me, a southern gal, letting go of my childhood favorites – which all are slathered in soy, gluten and every other “hashi-no-no” – was the hardest part. Food for me symbolized family and holidays and the best parts of life. I know this seems exaggerated but think about it – no pizza, no BLT, no breakfast pancakes or waffles, no chicken fried steak, no pb & j sandwiches. It’s sad letting go. But you have to make a choice, do I feed my disease every time I eat or give my body needed nutrition?

To cushion that blow, I lost all modern conveniences. No quick TV dinners, no more eating out, no fast food. If you go into your kitchen, turn any box of prepackaged ingredients over and become astounded at the amount of added I-can’t-even-say-that ingredients. Although now looking back I realize how jam packed with junk all…

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2 thoughts on “Pantry Essentials

  1. laurelboren says:

    Thank you so much for the reblog and encouragement. I’ll be posting my grocery haul and weekly meal prep session by Monday. ☺️ let me know if there’s anything else you want to see!

    • Angel Pricer says:

      That sounds like a great plan, Laurel! My goal is to start a batch-cooking series, since having AIP safe foods on hand is a necessity for those moments when I just…can’t…cook. Sharing any go-to batch worthy recipes you love would be much appreciated 🙂

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