Tips For A Blissfully Organized Pantry

$15.00
90 Minutes
Easy
Since the pantry is behind closed doors, it's easy to constantly take food out and put more in without giving much thought to its order (or the stuff wedged in the back!) But over time, things can become so disorganized that you forget what you have, and food goes bad or you end up buying more of something you don't need.
-Begin by removing everything from the pantry and clean the space. Lay everything out on a countertop or table, and take stock of what you actually have.
-Start by throwing out any expired foods. Then, organize foods into like groups, like canned goods, spice packets, and cereals.
-If you have a lot of small items like dry soup mixes and spice packets, try hanging a plastic shoe organizer on the inside of the door. The compartments are the perfect size for smaller odds and ends that tend to get lost.
-To help other family members put food back in the right place, try labeling the shelves with a Label Maker for organizational ease.
(picture from pic from moneysavingqueen.com) The compartments are the perfect size for smaller odds and ends that tend to get lost in the pantry!
-Clear The Clutter -Group -Label

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  • Judy Alduenda Judy Alduenda on Sep 12, 2016
    Where did you set the plastic storage unit. I've only seen the smaller ones on a hanger. The one like yours is perfect because it has the angle brackets that go over the top of the door. Thanks, Judy

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