What’s in a Gluten Free Vegan Pantry?

My fellow Gluten Free Vegan Blogger, Megan,  posted a list of items that should be in every Gluten Free Vegan Pantry.  Looking at the list, I can see that she eats many of the same things as I do and has lots of the same food in her pantry as at our house.

She suggests we keep on hand several different flours, which I do too, but alas! I am lazier than her and use mostly blends!  My favorites are Jules (for cookies and cakes) and Pamelas for my bread (although Bob’s Red Mill is good too!).

THE FLOURS

Pre-Mixed

I don’t use any of the store-bought premixed flour blends often. But for someone new to gluten-free baking it might be a good way to ease into it. I recommend using Bob’s Red Mill All-Purpose Gluten Free Flour. ….

THE GUMS

Using gums like xanthan and guar gums are necessary in gluten-free baking. It helps give elasticity to baked goods that is lacking because of not having gluten. …

THE FAUX EGGS …

CONDIMENTS …

MILK …

FOOD AND STUFF ...

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We try to avoid soy, so we prefer Coconut Aminos rather than Bragg’s brand.  Coconut milk — the kind in the dairy case — is my milk of choice although I do use others.  And of course, I eat LOTS of salads … so our fridge is stocked with several different lettuces, tomatoes, mushrooms, pumpkin seeds, cauliflower, summer squash, carrots, sprouts  …… I am the salad queen!!

What does your Gluten Free Vegan Pantry look like?

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