Stock Up Your New Pantry With These Essential Grocery

Post by Uzma Kidwai | Jan 20, 2017

Shifting to a new house? That means a new kitchen which seems like a blank canvas- new space waiting for a new start. And pantry is waiting to be stocked up with all necessary things. But we live a rush life and most of us hate going to the grocery store. Fighting for parking, dealing with the crowds, dodging shopping carts, waiting in long lines at checkout; they're all annoying and make us want to avoid the supermarket altogether.

The first grocery trip can also be overwhelming, especially when moving into new place for the first time or making a long-distance move and stocking your fridge and pantry totally. Thank God, we live in future. We can have groceries brought to us instead to go and get. And you save your time, energy and money by letting your food come to you. But have you ever thought what you need to stock up your pantry and fridge? For this, we’re here to help you to make a list of things that you need to fill up your pantry.

Stock up your pantry with the basics that you're going to need to prepare a meal like dried pasta or noodles, rice, lentils, canned food, beans, peanut butter, cereal, whole grains, coffee, tea, all-purpose flour, oils and everything you need.

Second but the important one: refrigerator. Grab milk, cream, eggs, butter, yogurt, fresh veggies, fruits, tortillas and what else you need to stock up your refrigerator for everyday needs.

Don’t forget the freezer. It might save you when you’re out of veggies or the food to eat. Grasp those frozen vegetables, meat and poultry and ice cream for the freezer.

Spices and condiments, don’t forget them. Pick all the essentials else without them it will be really hard to take a single bite. Salt, black pepper, garlic powder, paprika, nutmeg, are the basic spices that your kitchen must have and condiments like ketchup, mayonnaise, barbecue sauce, the jam will save in the days when you don't want to cook.

If something is missed, don’t forget to add it to your grocery list.