Plant Food & Storage Tips

The food in a green lifestyle consists primarily of fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains and nuts & seeds.

Here you can read about storage tips for the different variety of fruits, vegetables and foods you may enjoy on a regular basis.

Bananas, avocado, tomatoes, and pears can mature on the kitchen bench. Try storing the rest of the vegetables in the fridge. 

In the pantry, it is nice to have:

- Dried fruit such as apples, prunes, raisins, dates, figs – and mango and pineapple or any other dried fruit you like best.

- Nuts such as almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, macadamia nuts, pine nuts, cashews, 

and seeds like sunflower and sesame seeds, in addition to chia and flax seeds 

(high in omega-3 fatty acids).

- Oils such as olive and coconut oil (if you prefer avocado, seeds and nuts, you can also manage without oils).

- Seasonings like sea salt, dill, parsley, bell pepper, oregano, basil and garlic powder.

- Salty flavourings like miso paste and tamari sauce.

- Vanilla extract, cacao or carob powder.

-Sweeteners like agave syrup, maple syrup and coconut flower sugar.

It is natural to not have all these pantry items at the outset of your raw journey, 

but don’t feel like you have to buy everything at once. In the beginning, you will be fine 

with some mineral salt and low GI sweetener like agave to eat tastefully.

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