Written by April Reinhardt (last updated April 16, 2020)
If you're fortunate enough to live in a home that affords a kitchen pantry, it is wise to use that space efficiently. I've lived in houses without a pantry and didn't know what I was missing until we bought a home with a large pantry. Thoroughly organizing a kitchen pantry involves categorizing, rotating stock, inventorying, and using appropriate food storage containers. Here are some great tips to follow to organize your kitchen pantry and make the best use of valuable space:
When you buy new food, rotate your stock. Before you add new food to the pantry, pull your old food to the front, and place the new food behind. Check your dry staples periodically for bugs and replace those as necessary. Never leave open food in your pantry. Place cookies in cookie jar on your kitchen countertop, and clip shut your bags of chips.
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