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If you haven't already, download THIS PAGE and complete an audit of what's happening in your kitchen pantry, fridge and freezer.


There are three ways you can supply the food. 

  1. If you are in our delivery area, you may have received a food delivery from us to build the foundation.

  2. We may have shipped you a TPK Nourishment Box  with some postpartum speciality items.

  3. You may be planning on shopping locally.


No matter the source, there may be additional shopping needed once you've determined the recipes that you'd like.

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Here is a quick overview of what you need, please use the more robust printable listed above. 

Some of the seasonal vegetables & fruits may not be listed here but in general you can expect organic: 


Basmati Rice

Steel Cut Oats

Maine Made Rolled Oats

Split Mung Bean

Medjool Dates


Local Honey


Black Strap Molasses

Kitchari Spice

Chia Seeds

Sugar Kelp Flakes





Sweet Potato

Seasonal Veg

Chicken Thighs (frozen)

Bison (frozen)

Bone Broth (frozen)

Food Containers with Lids



Ricing Bag (Mylk Bag)

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While you can do ALL of this preparing however you like (enlist help from loved ones, do one long weekend of prep, spread it out), you have about 3 weeks until your next delivery.  It's up to you how you want to manage this. One mass weekend of cooking, spread it out, split the recipes up and ask others for help! Whatever way you choose, you can go at a pace that works with your life and needs. Local Doorstep Deliveries typically occur at 32 weeks, 35 weeks, week 1, 2, 4 & 6.

When you know how you are going to tackle it, take a look at your pantry again to ensure you have everything you need. Some of it may be from the delivery we made, some you have hanging around, and some might need a trip to the store. Whatever it is, try and have everything in place before you get going.

It is recommended that the first foods you focus on are for the freezer.

These  are the First Foods we recommend eating in the first days postpartum - lots of warming, easily digestible porridge-type foods. Should baby decide to come early, having this stocked in your freezer will help put your mind at ease when it comes to having nourishing food in the first weeks postpartum. 

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Besides the recipes suggested above, please explore the Master Recipe Section. 

This flexibility should lend itself to fitting into your overall plan. Meaning - if you have say a Meal Train (and know what you might be receiving) you could make more or less depending on your own personal situation. 

It seems obvious to say but just in case, if you pull a lot from this new pantry to make additional recipes, a restock for some of it may be needed in the postpartum....especially if this food is also feeding loved ones in the home. 


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