Leslie Pantry April 24th, 2018 - 12:25:08
For big pantries, make sure you have a good storage room. They should be cool and dry so that food items can be stored safely and for a longer period. The room temperature should be just fine for storing purchased goods. Storing for long periods needs special attention on the location, selection of the food items and storage receptacles used. Guidelines must be set to make sure grocery items will not be easily spoiled. Packaging and nutrition content must be checked to make sure that the food items are still in good condition. Setting a budget for pantry-building is necessary to make sure you have a workable pantry storage system. When buying items on sale, have an eye for fresh vegetables and store more if possible to have great savings. If you can save by buying in bulk, do so as this will help you to take advantage of spending less. Even if you only have a small house, having a good storage area for grocery items can help you in maximizing what you have for the moment.
2. Wipe out the shelves; line them with contact paper, if you like, for easy clean-up. 3. Store like items together; try not to over-stuff. 4. Store all your heavy items on the bottom shelf or floor of the pantry -- wouldnt want to ruin your nice shelves with too much weight. 5. Use air-tight storage containers liberally for pantry staples. 6. Put snacks or kid-friendly items low enough for the kids to reach them when needed, and so they can help unpack the groceries or help in the kitchen getting supplies. 7. When unloading groceries, try not to shove items in your pantry in an effort to make it fit. You will quickly have pantry de-organization! 8. Everything should have a place -- I realize sometimes thats easier said than done. You can designate an area for junk and items that just dont fit right anywhere else. I usually put a basket on the floor of my pantry to "catch" items like this -- I put a bag of onions, a sack of potatoes and rice waiting to be opened in there too. It gives grace to pantry organization.
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First of all: If you have a pantry, you are so blessed. Pantry organization will be easy for you. If you dont have an "official" pantry; not to worry, dedicate a nearby closet for kitchen supplies, pantry staples and storage. You will probably need to buy some sort of shelving for this "personally-designed" pantry. Of course, as with all de-cluttering and organization; you will need to remove all the items in your pantry first. Sorry, but pantry organization follows all the same organizational rules, but take it in small, do-able steps and you will be organized in no time. 1. Throw away the old and/or relocate those items that found their way into your pantry that dont belong there.