So, the day comes when all the shelves in the kitchen are freed from all that is superfluous, and the kitchen itself is cleaned of unnecessary items. After that, a natural question arises - how to "wisely" decompose what is left.
This review contains proven and really working ideas that will help to put things in order and find each place its own place.
1. Ideal for culinary buffet
When all you need is at hand.
Any "home cook" who loves to cook, knows that as the theater begins with a hanger, so really great homemade food begins with the buffet.
And you can store it like this.
If all the necessary spices and everyday products (which do not need to be stored in the refrigerator) are always on hand, the cooking process will be simplified, and the range of dishes on the table will significantly expand.
2. Roll out everything you need
Door as storage space.
A similar cupboard with sliding shelves can keep all the necessary items in order, as well as more accessible. Especially worth noting are the spices, soda, sugar and salt stored in the door on the inside in round jars with a magnetic bottom.
3. Divide and conquer
Ideal storage systems.
In the cabinet or pantry, you can create more space by making vertical "dividers" for pallets, trays, cutting boards, etc. To do this, you can buy fixtures for tension curtains and arrange them in pairs by twisting between the shelves of the cabinet.
4. Everything can be seen with the naked eye
Transparent storage containers are convenient.
All ingredients must be stored in sealed containers, away from sources of heat and light. Such sealed cans with inscriptions - just perfect, because they are not only functional, but also quite nice.
5. Baking shelf
And the pan can become a shelf.
If there is a spare baking sheet for baking, you can use a simple trick. You need to collect all the small items that are harder to get from the back of the cabinet, on a baking sheet, and then just use it as a drawer, gently pushing and pushing out of the kitchen cabinet.
6. Proper storage of sugar and spices
Storing spices is a special skill.
As you know, spices, if stored properly, may not lose their qualities for about one year. Therefore it is worth keeping them in tight, opaque containers, away from heat. It is also clearly useful to make stickers on these containers, which indicate what is stored inside.
A storage room can even be behind the fridge.
The pantry in the apartment can be of any size - or not more than a wardrobe, or as a full room - in any case, you should make sure that this room has good ventilation, little light and low humidity. Also in the pantry does not interfere with the ladder to get to the products (or any things) stored on the top shelf.
8. Run, bug, run
It is better to get rid of such neighbors.
Insects are extremely unwanted "guests" in both the kitchen cupboard and the pantry. You can protect yourself from them by resorting to a trick that has been used for more than the first century. To do this, put in each jar of dry, crumbly products dried chilli pepper or bay leaf. These plants are non-toxic, they will not give smell and taste to the contents of the jar, but at the same time they have natural antisectic properties.
9. Where to put plastic
The thicker the goose, the more packages it contains.
Surely, many wondered what to do with a bunch of grocery bags from the store. You can reuse them with this convenient holder - it will even become a pleasant addition to the decor.
10. Everything in sight
Everything in sight.
As mentioned above, bulk cereals, beans and other dry goods should be stored in sealed containers. It should be remembered that these containers, whether plastic or glass, should be transparent. This will allow you to quickly see how much each ingredient is left.