What Items to Include in Your Grocery List?

Before going to buy to the market from greengrocer or the fishmonger, you need to list sown the foods items and here we give you guidelines to follow so as to make a perfect shopping list, so you will be able to save time and money, and avoid buying unnecessary foods and take advantage of foods that will spoil in a few days.

In the superstore, you just bypass the zones filled with tempting foods like pastries, chocolates, soft drinks, snacks and the like. In addition to providing more vitamins, fiber containing foods facilitate the digestion and give a sense of satiety. Avoid the rush and spend time to read the food labels to observe and monitor the caloric intake with foods that highlight some properties such as sugar, cholesterol, etc. and also as check the expiration date of non-perishable foods. In addition, you should always buy fresh fruits and vegetables or seasonal for providing essential nutrients to the body.

When you make your shopping list, you should do it in a calm manner instead of making the list in a hurry so that you can consider what you want and what you foods you don’t need having a careful look in the fridge and pantry.

Foods that are normally on your grocery list are as follows;

1 – Milk and dairy products
2 – Meat, fish and eggs
3 – Cereals and starches
4 – Vegetables
5 – Fruits
6 – oils, nuts, berries, seeds, spices, seaweed

Review the necessary amounts in this way you will avoid buying more than you really need. Knowing how many people you buy for and how you will combine different foods
is important to make your purchase.

Possible Items to include in Grocery Shopping List

1 – Milk and Dairy Products

Soymilk, rice milk, oat milk, skimmed milk, lactose-free milk, cottage cheese, nonfat cheese, goat cheese and feta cheese

2 – Meat, fish and eggs

Whitefish: monkfish, hake, cod, perch, flounder, sea bream, sea bass, ling, octopus, squid and cuttlefish

Oily fish: herring, sardines, salmon, tuna, trout, mackerel and eel
Meats and egg: chicken, turkey, rabbit, beef and eggs

3 – Cereals & Starches

Cereal/legumes: Snowflakes whole oats, whole grains, corn flakes, brown rice flakes, muesli cereal with fruit, whole Rusk, pancakes, brown rice, whole wheat, soy, brown rice, wild rice, brown pasta, quinoa, couscous, buckwheat, millet, rye, barley, oats, green soybeans, lentils and chickpeas

4 – Vegetables

Celery, borage, leek, onion, asparagus, mushrooms, eggplant, zucchini, artichokes, lettuce, arugula, spinach, lettuce, endive, cucumber, beets, brussels sprouts, bean sprouts, tomato, turnips, green beans, carrots, green and red pepper

5 – Fruits

Orange, apple, pear, avocado, lemon, banana, tangerine, pineapple, melon, watermelon, papaya, nectarine, peach, granada, apricot and lime

6 – oils, nuts, berries, seeds, spices, seaweed

Oils: Olive oil, sesame oil and sunflower oil
Nuts: walnuts and hazelnuts
Seeds: pumpkin seeds, soy lecithin, gogi berries, raisins sultans, golden flax seeds and rye seeds
Spices: basil, cinnamon, cardamom, coriander, cumin, dill, curry, tarragon, bay leaf, oregano, parsley, saffron, nutmeg and fennel
Seaweed: Kombu, Irish Moss, Nori, Wakame, Sea Lettuce, Sea Spaghetti

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