What’s in my pantry

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I’m often asked what is in my pantry and what is needed to get started on a Sugar Free cooking life and diet. Here is a run down on products I always have on hand and cook with all the time. You can click on the Ingredients to see which Recipe they are in

My Sugar Free Pantry

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By March 21, 2013

If your pantry is similar to mine you can cook my recipes very easily, if not just start slowly, buy ingredients from a recipe you would like to cook, they will pop up in many more recipes I am sure!

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Rating 3 stars - based on 2 review(s)

Instructions

I will try to update this as I go, to see which recipes contain which Ingredient, just click on the ingredient and wait a few seconds, you will be taken to the recipes using that Ingredient.

If you would like to know more about any of the ingredients please shout out anytime

xoxSha

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5 Responses to What’s in my pantry

  1. Aimee

    What type of stevia do you use – concentrate powder or spoonable? thx

    • Sha
      Sha

      Hi Aimee. I use spoonable. Thanks

  2. Sabfashionlab

    Hi Sha,
    Sorry to ask you, but why don’t you use agave syrup or coconut flower sugar? I use that for my kids, do you think I shouldn’t?

    Sab

    • Sha
      Sha

      Hi Sab. You have researched my site well! I’m actually running some info on FB each night at the moment and discuss sweeteners next week, I do now use coconut nectar occasionally as I found the loving earth brand is fructose friendly, lowish GI and only 57% natural sugar. I believe their agave is unprocessed and raw so ok to use as it had no high fructose levels like some agave can, but I don’t use it as it has a very high natural sugar content. Back to coconut nectar, loving earth is from the coconut blossom and not from the tree sap like some can be. I tend to go for low % natural sugar as possible. Stevia is 0% but used exclusively in a recipe it has a bad after taste so I balance it out with another source of sweetness. I hope this helps you decide what is best for you to use with your kids. Everyone has their own reasons for their choices xox

      • Sabfashionlab

        thanks so much for your quick reply! And thanks for explaining your point of view 🙂
        You website is so inspiring! I will soon try some of your recipes, they all look so good
        x

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