The love of containers!

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Use containers to store rice, beans, cereal, pasta, and most dry foods. Using containers will help you get to these items faster and easier.

Opening boxes and bags is the recipe for spills, clutter, and damage to your goods. You can open up space in your pantry by storing items in air tight containers designed for food storage. If you have a small kitchen, you can put these containers on shelves or display them as decoration in your kitchen.

If you have empty glass jars lying around, turn them into containers with this DIY project. It’s an earth-friendly way and it’s also customized to your style.

There are many options out there. Choose the size based on your needs. You can also stack up some of these jars and now you have more food storage around your kitchen.

This article was written by Mission 2 Organize

2 comments:

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