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Organize Your Food and Freezer

Now that my children have left, I can cut way back on supplies. I don't have to stock up on things anymore. I cook for two and something for the pups we have. I take canned goods and make a list of the things we have on hand. I place dates on top of cans so they are easy to read.

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You have to clean up things before adding more so I make a list and then my meals for the week and I am sure I keep things rotated. I got the idea for my spices from my Mother in Law that puts them on a turning shelf, in ABC Order. Quick to put your hands on what you need to season with. Seasonings are the spice of life. Enjoy using some you have never used before. I started with using a little to taste and now things taste so different with the same ingredients.

When I package the meat, I put how many and what it is. I wrap it in Glad Press and Seal and then place serving sizes inside a freezer bag. This was not my ideal fridge I picked but they sold the one I wanted and ended up with a drawers and chest type freezer. It works and I am getting used to it.


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September 6, 20171 found this helpful

These are wonderful ideas!!!

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