04 May '11, 10pm

To begin greening your pantry, stock unprocessed whole foods: grains, root vegetables, legumes, dried fruit and nuts.

To begin greening your pantry, stock unprocessed whole foods: grains, root vegetables, legumes, dried fruit and nuts.

The pantry is the place for go-to foods you need to make meals. Most of your stores should be real foods – unprocessed whole foods, like grains, root vegetables, legumes, dried fruit and nuts – and minimally processed foods like pastas. A good rule of thumb: Foods without ingredient lists or heavy-handed health claims on their packaging (or without packaging at all) are the best choice. Those foods with short ingredient lists made up only of items you recognize and can pronounce are good, too. Anything else is best thought of as "food" in name only.

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