Pantry Basics

Use these ingredients to make own bread, pasta, and cheese. With a little planning ahead of time, it makes it easier to provide for you and/or families.  Here is a list:
  • Grains: Wheat/Flour, Quinoa, Rolled Oats, Pastas and Breads (If you don't make them), and Rice
  • Onions
  • Potatoes
  • Garlic
  • Olive Oil and Canola Oil (Not Local)
  • Variety of Vinegars: Balsamic, Apple Cider, and White Wine (Not Local)
  • Eggs
  • Butter
  • Milk of any kind
  • Herbs (Grow them in your Garden): Rosemary, Thyme, Tarragon, Sage, Mint, Basil, and Green Onions
  • Cheese: Feta, Parmesan, and Ricotta
  • Honey
  • Salt and Pepper
  • Sugar (Not Local)
  • Lemons (Not Local)
  • Beans and Nuts
  • Tomatoes 
  • Baking Powder (Fresh) and Baking Soda
Tools (Don't worry about getting these locally)
  • Wheat Grinder:  Bosch Kitchen Centers in Holladay and Sandy have a variety of different wheat mills and sell 50 lb. bags of hard winter wheat. They also have free classes to learn how to make homemade bread. 
  • Cheese Cloth: if you plan on making cheese. 
  • Candy Thermometer: To make cheese, yogurt and candy.
  • Immersion Mixer: For basically all the recipes.
  • Ice Cream Maker: For making ice cream, sorbet, and gelato
  • Cheese grater: We use a Microplane for both cheese and citrus rinds
  • Pasta Maker:  We use a hand cranked one but you can also use a automatic one (Example: there are pasta making attachments for a Kitchen Aid mixer.Kitchen Aid Pasta Maker)
  • Oil Mister: Good for spraying oil on all pans. (Example: Misto Olive Oil Sprayer)
  • Potato Ricer: Good for gnocchi and mashed potatoes (Example: Chef Giant Potato Ricer)
If you have suggestions or questions contact me.