Kitchen Staples To Make Cooking More Accessible
Feb 26, 2021
Getting involved in the process of cooking is probably one of the best things you can do eating the Mediterranean diet.
You don't have to be a top chef to get interested in preparing your own meals.
Start with one meal a week—maybe it's dinner on Sunday—and see where that leads you.
Cooking can be a great wellness practice, sparking creativity, reducing stress, and allowing you to slow down and reconnect with yourself.
Stock up on these kitchen staples.
- Ginger (fresh and ground)
- Sea Salt
- Black pepper
- Red pepper flakes
- Rolled oats
- Brown/Basmati rice
- whole wheat pasta
- Black beans
- Olive oil
- Fresh bread
There you have it.
Cooking at home is made simpler, speedier, and so much more pleasant when you're stocked up.
Here, we're covered what you need on hand at all times eating a Mediterranean diet
Those that your arm practically reaches for on autopilot (thank goodness for muscle memory) as soon as you walk into your kitchen.
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