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Simple & Inexpensive Fridge Organization
Home & Garden
Store milk and juices in glass containers Store soda in a plastic container
Store bottles of water in a tall plastic container
Store eggs in plastic egg container and label the date of expiration on top of eggs with a sharpie
Store yogurt cups in a metal storage container
In a second metal container store things like spreads
Prep salad ingredients when you get home and layer ingredients into separate Mason Jars and small glass containers for grab and go (storing veggies in glass jars keeps them fresh longer and makes it easy to add dressing and shake)
Store large fruits like apples & oranges in a long plastic container for easy pull out
Store items like bacon, sausage links, cheese etc. in separate plastic lock tight plastic containers
Drawer #1 store all of your veggies Drawer #2 store meats
Door Shelf #1 store cut up herbs and onions in glass jars (keeps them fresher
Door Shelf #2 store extra milk and juices
Wash and dry fresh fruits and veggies
Keep cut up fruit in glass containers and uncut fruits and veggies in individual sandwich bags (this makes it easy to grab for kids/spouses lunches, for snacking, or on-the-go)
Store condiments in squeeze jars to save space and easy to use
**Label the date bought/exp date on squeeze bottles (you can use a label sticker)
Use the bottom shelf for random items like biscuit cans,dressings, whipped cream etc.
Look how beautiful and organized your fridge looks 😁👍
Most of the glass jars and plastic containers can be found at your Dollar Store, Craft Stores, Walmart, Target, etc...
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