My Clean Pantry Essentials

Pantry Staples

After an incredible trip to the US – with impeccably prepared meals at some of my favourite restaurants – I’m actually quite excited to be back in the kitchen! A nourishing home-cooked meal is such a blessing, and I find so much pleasure in creating unique, healthy dishes. I’m inspired after my travels, and one of my first stops when returning home is the market so that I can stock up on my clean pantry staples and fridge essentials. I discuss these items and how to incorporate the in some of my favourite recipes in more detail in the Clean Life, but I wanted to give you a sneak peek of what you can always find stocked in my pantry and fridge.




  • Grains: quinoa, organic gluten-free rolled oats, amaranth
  • Gluten-free pasta: konjac, soba or black bean noodles
  • Bottled tomatoes
  • A jar of almond butter
  • Virgin olive oil and coconut oil
  • LSA mix (ground linseed, sunflower and almond meal)
  • Activated or raw nuts and seeds
  • Apple cider vinegar
  • Almond meal and coconut flour for baking
  • Raw honey and maple syrup
  • Herbs: mint, parsley, coriander, rosemary and basil
  • Spices: cinnamon, nutmeg, cumin, paprika, turmeric, fennel seeds, chili flakes, garlic and ginger
  • Stevia
  • Herbal teas – chamomile and rooibos chai are my favorites!


  • Almond milk – a sugar-free brand or I make my own
  • A jar of natural, gluten-free and sugar-free muesli
  • Superfoods: cacao, bee pollen, maca powder, goji berries, chia seeds
  • Carrots
  • Greens: kale, spinach, rocket, cos lettuce, avocados, silverbeet, zucchinis, broccoli and sprouts
  • Lemons
  • Berries
  • Green apples
  • Organic Dijon mustard
  • Flaxseed oil – for salad dressings and smoothies
  • Organic Greek yoghurt (no added sugar)
  • Fermented veggies – amazing for gut health!
  • Clean and natural whey protein powder
  • Fresh dates
  • Ezekial bread or my gluten-free loaf
  • My clean salad dressing, made up of apple cider vinegar, Dijon mustard, olive oil, lemon juice, Himalayan salt, tamari and a drop of maple syrup. I made a big batch to last the week – and will be using it on the salads I pack for lunch on clinic days!

Too easy! x



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  • Amanda

    What fermented veggies do you use and how do you incorporate them? What is LSA mix used for? How else do you incorporate Apple cider vinegar into your diet? Which gluten free pastas are best for Italian style dishes? How do you use the super foods? I’ve bought a few of these things before, because I read about the benefits, but they just sit in my pantry our fridge for months after expiration till I finally throw them away; & all because I have no idea what to do with them.

    • Hi Amanda – these are amazing questions and I want to answer them in a blog post!! Love Jess xx

  • Nancy

    What is bottled tomatoes? As is diced tomatoes or completely mashed tomatoes?

    • Tinned tomatoes 🙂 Diced or whole!


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