People often significantly underestimate the quantity and value of the foods that they have stored in cupboards and pantries. Today’s podcast will teach you how to make the most out of your pantry food.
The uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus is the most challenging thing to handle. Unquestionably, food, and having enough of it is of the utmost importance. And seeing bare shelves at grocery stores is fueling that fear.
People are trying to minimize the risks associated with frequent shopping so they are buying in more significant quantities.
But experts do agree that there is enough food in the supply chain. Grocery stores just weren’t prepared for this.
So my recommendation is to begin by doing a pantry, cupboard inventory. A thorough list will help make good use of what you have and perhaps calm your nerves about not having enough food.
Also, pantry food is often thought to be less nutritious than fresh foods, but research shows that is not always true. Actually, some canning can preserve most of the food’s nutrients.
Especially when it comes to canned beans and canned tomatoes. Today, we will learn lots of new ways and recipes to make the most out of our pantry food.
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Vegan Tomato Soup with Fire Roasted Tomatoes & Crunch Roasted Chickpeas
4 thoughts on “Podcast #75: Healthy Pantry Food & Canned Food Recipes For Isolation”
Really great podcast- love your suggestions!
Nancy, thank you for this website and for providing so much valuable information and encouragement!!
Thanks for those kind words Renee – I appreciate it!
The pantry food podcast was excellent! Also thank you for talking about beans…I’m just discovering how easy it is to become a vegan! And how wonderful I feel! Thanks for your wisdom filled podcasts!
Thanks so much for your kind words ! So happy you enjoyed it Nancy