THE PANTRY forum: Some items to keep in your pantry

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Oct 30, 2010 7:04 PM CST
Name: Just call me Lynxx :)
South Florida, 9B
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This list is made up of staples. Things that you can use as back up when you don't want to go out to the supermarket, and things that can be used in many different recipes. An incomplete list would include: (I'll keep adding to it as I think of them)

*White rice
*Various Pastas
*large cans of stewed tomatoes
*Tomato paste
*Large bottle white vinegar
*large bottle apple cider vinegar
*Evaporated milk
*Sweetened condensed milk
*Dry nonfat milk
*Dry generic coffee creamer
*Peanut butter
*Dry beans of all kinds
*Toasted rice cereal
*large cans various fruits
*Bread flour
*Barley flour
*Wheat flour
*Milled Flax
*Soy flour
*All purpose flour
*Cake flour
*Large container rolled oats
*Sunflower seeds
*Wheat gluten
*Bread yeast
*Baking soda
*Baking powder
*unflavored gelatin
*Vanilla extract
*Orange extract
*Lemon extract
*Cocoa powder
*Soda crackers (or make your own)
*Dry vegetable soup mix
*Dry GOYA brand vegetable and salad season packets
*Beef & Onion powdered mix (the kind for dips and soups) generic is fine
*Beef bouillon
*Large Canola Oil (I use it because it does not leave aftertaste)

Notice I didn't list things like Chicken or beef stock/broth? Why? Because I make my own from the leftover cuts of meat when buying at the first of the month.

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