PANTRY STAPLES YOU SHOULD ALWAYS HAVE
Have you ever wanted to make a recipe and realized you have almost none of the ingredients? That has happened one too many times for me so now I try to make sure I have everything I need by always having my pantry staples. My trick is to get what you can in bulk if you use it more often (pasta, almond milk) and everything else you need when you notice you're running low. The more inexpensive items (cans of beans), I try to pick up every time I get groceries so we're never running low.
I also took it to Instagram to see what other people's pantry staples are. So here is a list of things I think you should always have on hand.
Kosher Salt/ fine salt
Oil (olive, vegetable, avocado, coconut)
Sugar (granulated, powder, brown, coconut)
Rice and Grains
Snacks and Other Pantry Items
Beans (chickpeas, black)
Dairy and Eggs
Cheese (Goat, Feta, Parmesan, Mozzarella Cheddar)
Potatoes (usually sweet)
Berries (Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries)
Meats (chicken, pork, beef)
Veggies (broccoli, stir-fry mixes)
Fruits (berries, peaches, mangos)
What are some of your must haves that I'm missing?