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    LifeInShadesOfGrey is offline Just a little bit silly :)
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    Good work!

    My panty looks similar. I like it being organised. Everything's in containers and specific places etc.

    I promised myself at the new house we would have a clean pantry and I've been successfully keeping that way for 7 months now.

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    Subbing I did mine today to. Must have been in the air 😃

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    Subbing I did mine today to. Must have been in the air 😃
    Must have my sister just texted me saying she did hers and had so much out of date stuff in there haha

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    What perfect timing. What kind of 'zones' or areas do you have in your pantry? I was unpacking a box of canned/jarred food (just moved) and had no idea how I wanted to arrange it all. It's all crammed in for now!

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    It's hard to get a great photo of my pantry because of the angles of the shelfs

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin275 View Post
    Hoping for some pantry organisation advice, I already have containers that are labeled but am looking for ideas to organise spices. They always just get chucked anywhere and I am forever trifling through and finding I don't have what I need

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    I will preface this by saying that I am no organisation queen.....but I do try. I keep all spices and herbs in a basket (on a rack next to the stove and pressure cooker, near the preparation space) so while still chaotic, slightly more organised chaos.

    Quote Originally Posted by #Mama View Post
    What perfect timing. What kind of 'zones' or areas do you have in your pantry? I was unpacking a box of canned/jarred food (just moved) and had no idea how I wanted to arrange it all. It's all crammed in for now!
    I have a shelf for large dry items (flour, pasta, rice, sugar etc), an zone for snack and lunch prep stuff, baking (food colour, baking powder, choc chips, cream of tartar etc), meals zone (canned tomatoes, beans, packet of soup mix, stocks, tomato paste etc etc), drinks zone (cordial, soda water etc), and then a place for oils, vinegars etc. At the bottom I have an overflow/back up tub where stuff that doesn't fit in its designated area goes and then when I run out I look for it there before buying more.

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    Wow. You girls have a lot of food lol

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    Subbing. I need to get my stuff in order. Keep buying more and shoving it all in and now I don't remember what I have.

    Just want to ask though for those who empty packets into containers how do you keep track of use by dates and what do you do when it doesn't all fit in the one container?

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    Thanks. I sometimes buy in bulk eg. 5 kg flour, etc so don't have large containers. Also I like to have spares eg. Remaining pasta in container then new packet which I can't empty into container so it's still in the packet so makes pantry look messy.


 

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