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5 Ways to Organise Your Kitchen

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5 Ways to Organise Your Kitchen

I’ve always admired people who can organise their kitchen. There is nothing quite appealing as an uber organised pantry and kitchen.

However, for some people, keeping their kitchens clutter-free can be a struggle. If you’re also struggling to keep your kitchen clutter-free, here are some tips you can try.

  1. Plan a weeks menu using up all the odd bits in your pantry and freezer. Clears the pantry, saves money and create amazing meals in the process.
  2. If you do not have a large pantry in your kitchen, a cart can hold all your pantry essentials in a very organized (and mobile) way. If you have a small pantry, move the items you reach for most often into a cart. This allows you easy access and frees up more storage space in your pantry.
  3. Invest in clear storage containers to make sure you get to see your available spices, herbs and ingredients right away.TM Essentials’ MoBins are best sellers and are proven effective in pantry organisation. 
  4. Embrace Baskets or Transparent Storage Boxes. Neatly labelled baskets are a major component of expert organisation. Apart from your pantry staples, they’re ideal for storing your Thermomix®  Accessories. Try TM Essentials’Transparent Storage Box for easy access to your frequently used accessories, such as your Varoma®, steaming basket and spatula.
  5. Even though you can see everything with all your clear storage containers, it's still helpful to label them. You can DIY by using washi tape or a fancy label maker. Also, there are heaps of ready-made labels you can check out online. Try out TM Essentials set of Spice and Pantry labels for your convenience.

Here’s a bonus tip:

6. Try having an“Eat Me First” box, where you can fill it with food items that are about to spoil to remind you that you have to use them up quick smart. Using theFIFO (First in, First out) method will prevent you from wasting food and money.

With these simple tips, you can make sure that your kitchen looks amazing all the time. Aside from that, you can also save money and avoid throwing away ingredients  

For more Thermie accessories that will help you in cooking, storing and cleaning, feel free to browse through ourcollections.


1 Response

Elaine
Elaine

September 17, 2019

Love these Tips, very helpful, I getting some good ideas to change things in my kitchen/pantry. Thanks

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