Thursday, March 15, 2012

Shopping List 44

Buy local, organic foods; grass-fed, nitrate-free meats; wild, sustainable seafood, and pastured dairy (eggs and butter) whenever possible.

Meat and Poultry
beef, ground - 2 pounds
chicken, roasted - 1 whole
Italian sausage, bulk - 1 pound

Seafood
salmon fillets, wild - 5 (or 1 per person)
shrimp, medium, shelled and deveined - 1 1/2 pounds

Dairy
butter, pastured
eggs

Produce
asparagus, thick - 2 pounds
avocado, ripe - 1
*basil leaves - 1 large bunch
garlic - 1 head
ginger root- 1-2 inches
lemons - 2
lime - 1
mint - 1 package
onion, medium - 1
red pepper, sweet - 1
pine nuts, optional
salad greens - 1 bunch
spaghetti squash - 1
spinach - 1 bunch
*walnuts

Spices
chili powder
coriander
cumin
curry powder
garlic powder
onion powder
oregano
paprika
paprika, smoked
pepper, black
pepper, cayenne
sea salt

Packaged Goods
*pesto (omit basil and walnuts if you can find a purchased pesto that's paleo-friendly)
salsa (you can also get fresh from the salad bar)
olives, black, sliced - 1 can
tomato sauce, hot (I use El Pato Mexican Hot Style Tomato Sauce.)
tomato sauce, Italian (I use Gabriel's All Natural Puttanesca Sauce.)

Pantry Staples
chicken stock
coconut milk, unsweetened - 1 can
olive oil, extra virgin

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