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22-02-2014 23:18 #11
23-02-2014 07:33 #12
Ok thanks! Will do!
Thanks everyone 😃
23-02-2014 11:36 #13
I was inspired by the Organised Housewife and just did mine over....boy did it need it! I can't really say it's finished until I buy some more Tupperware and make a trip to Howard's to get some shelve organisers BUT this is a much needed start to my teeny- tiny pantry....
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I found lots of stuff which expired Jan/Feb 2014 so I ended up throwing heaps out (mainly baking stuff) but it feels great to get it done and I have so much extra space in my Tupperware cubboard now that I'm actually putting it all to use! .... Thanks to my dd for having a massive sleep so I could get the bulk of it done
23-02-2014 14:14 #14
I have a heap of ClickClack containers that I got on OzSale clearance. I already had a couple and love that they are genuinely airtight and stack.
I keep infrequently used things up the top in baskets (cake decorating etc) as well as batteries and liquor for safety reasons.
Next shelf is still out of DD's reach so I keep snacks plus all my flours (in containers). I empty out snack multi packets into a big tellfresh container as soon as I unpack the shopping.
Then at easiest reach is cereals and sauces (in a basket so I can pull the whole lot out). Plus longlife milk and prima type drinks behind.
Next down is cans and rice/pasta. I have a little basket for all my sachets like taco seasoning etc.
Floor is dog food in a tub, potato/onion stacking baskets and extra cereal boxes etc (darn you twofor deals!!)
Then spices, stock powder/gravox and oils in the door baskets.
I'd do a photo but moving interstate in a month so it's all gone to hell as I'm washing and packing the containers as I empty them.
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23-02-2014 20:21 #19
For those too poor or unwilling to submit to Tupperware, Kmart has a similar range. I am sure it's not as good obviously, but it does the job and is much more price friendly.
My pantry is in shambles. I just bought new plastic containers today. I am saving organising though for when we move in a few weeks.
23-02-2014 22:40 #20
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