As panic buying continues, what do you really need to have in your food pantry to survive the coronavirus pandemic?

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• Whole grains: many “white” pastas, breads, and rice are absent from the shelves. But some whole-grain varieties are left because people are less familiar with these. Whole-grains have more antioxidants and health benefits and it may be a good time to try them now. Whole oats are healthier, less processed, and less expensive than boxed cereals, and are very versatile. Try other grains like quinoa, barley, farro, etc in place of white rice

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