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My Basic Coeliac Store Cupboard


My store cupboard is overflowing - then its not that big.

I often impulse buy, especially with special offers.

However, I always have the following except when it comes to Pesach on which I will write another page.


My baking cupboard
Gluten free flour  (I like Dove’s Farm as they have a good range which is readily available - Plain, S/R, Rice, Chickpea, Bread and Brown Bread)
Potato flour (especially for Pesach)
Gram flour (chickpea) and/or Soya flour
Rice flour
Corn flour
Corn meal/polenta
Bicarbonate of soda
G/F Baking Powder
Dried Yeast
70% Pure dark chocolate
Tinned chestnut puree
Treacle
Unrefined sugar
Golden syrup (corn syrup)Icing sugar
Honey  
Cocoa
Dried fruit of some sort
Ground almonds
Walnuts
Desiccated coconut



In the fridge
Vegan margarine (Tomor in UK)
Eggs
Cheese
Butter
Tofu
Milk & Soy Milk
Fruit juices
Fromage frais & yoghurt
Tomato paste
Salad leaves


General Store when friends arrive unknown and I need to feed them
Gluten free pasta
Rice
Quinoa
Tinned Tomato
Dried Beans/Pulses
Tinned Salmon & Tuna
Various Oils
G/F Soy Sauce
Fresh Spices
Seasoning


These are in the vegetable rack or fruit bowl
Potatoes
Onions
Seasonal vegetables
Fruit including bananas and a plantain*  
Tomatoes  

*I use plantains in baking to give structure without flavour where apple or banana flavour can intrude.