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After organizing the clothes and accessories in the Walk-In Closets and the Reach-In Closets, It time to work with the Kitchen Pantry and organize the pantry so that the cooking tasks become less of a chore and more a pleasure.
The pantry is the central focus between resting, sleeping and eating. The day certainly begins in the Closet whether the Reach-In Closet or the Walk-In Closet, but sooner or later, we wanted towards the Kitchen, and then immediately into the pantry.
The pantry is where the storage of all dry goods of the kitchen’s chefs ideas are stored. This is where the culmination of the likes and pleasures of the palate begin. This is where you store your appetite’s ingredients.
If the pantry is not organized, then the cook definitely spoils the broth, as much time is spending in shifting and shuffling the ingredients while half the cooking is done, and getting over cooked, where the other half is not to be found, or worse run out. An organized Pantry is a heavenly abode for your cooking ingredients.
Kitchen Pantries come in a lot of shapes and sizes, and are almost always never large enough to contain all the goods that belong in the pantry.
Therefore, a custom manufactured Kitchen Pantry is the ideal solution. With the proper organization in the pantry, all ingredients will have a place and will be easy to locate and use. Moreover, as the ingredients are nearing exhausting, it is much easier to create a “shopping-list” of the items that need to be replenished.
Think of your pantry as Grand Central Station. It will no doubt be thronged with hungry kids after school and before sporting events, pawing through your carefully stacked provisions to find something to eat.
Keep it simple; get a stepladder, notebook and pen (or use a notes app on your smartphone) then list the items you have and how much. Write down the items you need to replenish as well as any new items you may want. Consider shelf-stable snacks such as energy bars, popcorn, dried fruit and nuts. Remove expired items and consolidate where possible.
Buy the items you need immediately at a club warehouse store, or with coupons at your go-to supermarket. Don’t forget to check sources online, too. Think about meal-stretching canned goods such as pasta and beans. A variety of tomato products is good for quick spaghetti dinners. Put large juice and water containers on the lowest shelf. Transfer packaged cookies into sealed plastic containers.
Use common sense here, utilizing a zone approach to pantry organizing. The highest shelf is best for wine and spirits as well as items used less frequently. Middle shelves are ideal for condiments/sauces, pasta, packaged dinner items and cereal. Organize your canned goods using some of our pantry tips. Have a kid shelf within reach for little ones with lots of healthy snacks. Keep the sugary items out of reach.