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    Default Show me your fridge and pantry

    My fridge and pantry are getting out of control, I'm looking for some motivation to tidy up. If you don't mind please show me photos of the inside of your fridge& pantry.

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    Subbing. Will post a photo later

    This thread has been done before and OMG some hubbers have the most amazingly organized fridges and pantries!!

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    At the moment both look mental.
    I'll take some photos after ds goes down before / after (after being what they look like when sorted.

    I sort every 2/3 days or so.

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    Here are mine. So embarrassing

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    Subbing. Will post a photo later

    This thread has been done before and OMG some hubbers have the most amazingly organized fridges and pantries!!
    Oh sorry i didn't search for similar threads. I googled so many magazine quality photos but would love to see how "real people" do it for motivation

    Sorry moderators, please move or merge this thread if needed.

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    I will try to add a pic later

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    I'm keen for a new one anyway! I like being snoopy. Hahah

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    Well, this doesn't actually help, but this is how much mexican came out of my pantry last time I cleaned it out! Mexican is popular in this house! I didn't realise how much I had, I tend to buy some when it's on sale.

    But what does keep our pantry organized is baskets for group of items, particularly smallish ones. I have a basket for baking stuff like vanilla essence, baking powder etc, another for any pre-made sachets of curry etc.
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    Am currently curled up in a ball feeling crummy but mine is more organised chaos particular sections are very organised others are organised into sections or baskets and in various spots around our kitchen that make sense/are useful to us and everyone else doesn't get it. I prefer pinterest or blogs as inspiration but really what works for one person/family won't work for another being over organised would driver bonkers but our current system keeps dh sane as he's more of the everything must be in it's place type than me I just like knowing roughly where things are go.

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    Mine is not going to inspire anyone, I meant to reorganise them this weekend but didn't get round to it, perhaps this thread will give me ideas. Our pantry is just too small.




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