Use a pull-out pantry shelf.
There are significant benefits of high-quality pull-out pantry shelves. You should install them if you are looking for a solution to the storage and organization-related problems plaguing your kitchen. Installing pull-out pantry shelves will help you increase the amount of available space in your kitchen cabinets significantly. You can use these shelves to store small bottles and cans and make things get more accessible, and you can also make the pantry organization’s task simpler and more convenient.
Use a clear container as organizers.
Using clear containers keeps items fresher and protects them from pests. Transferring foods into airtight containers can help them last longer and will defend them from insects.
Using clear containers lets you see exactly what’s inside and easier for you to find the food you’re looking for. It makes the kitchen more uniform and organized, and when using a clear container for food storage, you can easily see something that is already spoiled or contaminated.
Group like-items in your pantry.
Instead of having items scattered around in your pantry in different locations, you’ll group and keep similar items. Things are easier to find when you have all the same types of foods in one place. For example, put all carbohydrate snacks together, all nuts and seed snacks together, etc.
Group like-items in your fridge.
Group similar items and label each section with the category of products it contains. A disorganized fridge can make it hard to find what you need while also making it extra easy for your food to waste. Organizing your fridge can take less than an hour, and you can reap the benefits every day.
Clean as you go.
Katie Boyd, Nutritionist, M.S. says it saves her a lot of time to simply clean as she goes. “When you go through your cooking measures, place each bowl, spoon whisk or spatula right in the dishwasher as you cook,” says Boyd. “If you don’t have a dishwasher full up your sink with warm soapy water and soak the utensils, bowls, and pans so that when it comes time to wash up that there is no scrubbing like a maniac and things move [quickly] so it feels like less of a chore.”
Start having your garbage bowl.
Having a garbage bowl can save time, mess, and stress. You keep this bowl on the countertop as you work – so you don’t have to keep going back and forth to the trash can or trash cabinet. Instead of collecting the peels, core, and seeds on your cutting board or throwing things in the trash as you go along, you can toss these in the garbage bowl and throw it all away at once instead.
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