dried fruit can be rehydrated and it's almost like fresh stewed fruit. (just pour some boiling water over them at night, and by morning they're rehydrated) That might be an option.
If you can get them home, frozen veggies are a pretty good substitute nowadays. A few brands do mixed vegies in one pack now.
make sure there are lots of wholegrain things. Get some good muesli for breakfast (not the sugarfilled, toasted kind) which can also be cooked into porridge on cold days. Try buying some grains to put in the bread you make (linseed, rye, try buying organic wheat or rye grains and sprout them, then mix in the dough)
Speaking of sprouts, buy a range of organic grains (organic because they haven't been chemically treated and therefore non-growable) and put them on some moist cotton wool on your windowsill to sprout (like alfalfa sprouts). This will give you fresh, wholesome greens whenever you need them.
If you can, get some herbs growing in pots like parsley etc - at least that will give you something green and fresh too.
Maybe buy up BIG on fresh vegies and do a whole bunch of freezable foods (eg vege pasta sauces, soups etc). Add pearl barley to a vege soup for a bit of grain too - very yum.
Hope some of those ideas help
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