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The easiest (and best, cause best is always easiest, right?) way to organize your kitchen is all in summed up in one word:
Stacking containers just makes life easier, and these lids allow you to do that. These bad boys work on pots, fry pans, bowls, cups, almost anything. These lids are so easy to use that you'll never buy plastic wrap again.
We are never one to judge. You live your life how you want to live your life. That being said, if you are placing your spoon or ladle on the counter like someone raised in the wilderness, stop yourself and get one of these gadget mats that will always keep your counter organized and clean.
We all don't live in mansions. (Wait. Do you? What's your address? Asking for a friend.) So sometimes our space is limited, especially in the kitchen/ This roll-up drain rack has a sturdy and rust proof stainless steel material that'll hold a heavy load of dishes, kitchen utensils, and won't take up much space. Go ahead, use it in your mansion if you want. Where's it located again?
Twist ties? Please. That is so retro; and not in the good way the way old school lunch boxes are. Twist ties never work: We all know that so let's not pretend. Using one of these bag sealing caps keeps food fresh for much longer and looks cooler than twist ties anyway, which is almost just as important.
Your grocery game should be as organized as your kitchen game. Really, the two go hand in hand. And to do that, you need a quality grocery bag. These reusable grocery bags keep there shape so you can actually put your groceries in effortlessly without doing the one-hand shuffle dance that leads to an improperly packed bag. You know, bread on the bottom, milk on top, eggs sideways...COMPLETE CHAOS!
A reusable bag that can hold up to 40 pounds, retain its shape, is environmentally friendly and, best of all, has an extra pocket to put your coupons and grocery lists? Have we all died and gone to grocery store heaven? No? Good. As much as heaven would be a wonderful place, I've got a ton of shopping to do.
Leaving food out in the open is just an invitation for bugs to come on over and live in your kitchen...an invite that those nasty suckers won't even RSVP for. These silicone lid covers are airtight, sealing at the bottom of any dish, keeping your food fresh from spoilage and those unwanted little guests.
Sure, extra storage organizers are cool, but you know what's cooler than being cool? Well, if you quoted Outkast* just now, you're wrong. What's cooler is a storage rack that rotates so you can actually see what you have at hand instead of pulling everything out to find what you're looking for. Now that's cool.
Do you have your spices all shoved into a drawer, completely unorganized and barely used? Yeah...we do too and were are super embarrassed about it. That's because you don't have this Multipurpose Stick N Clip Cabinet Organizer. Get one and start living your best (spicy) life. Come to think of it, go ahead and live your stickiest life as well.
Remember earlier how we said that plastic wrap sucks? Yeah, we were serious when we said that. It's.The. Worst. These reusable food savers can help extend the life of your cut fruits and vegetables, and can also be used to reseal jars, cans, containers, cups, and more.
Boo on you, plastic wrap. We're moving on to something much better.
You know when you have garlic or onions lying around and those little skin shavings fall off and get everywhere? Annoying, right? It's like their are purposely shedding to force you to clean over and over again. Well, these bags prevent you from being annoyed. They also look super cool and can make you look like you are that casually brilliant chef that you've always dreamed of being. You're welcome.
Now that your kitchen is — finally — in order, how about getting your lunch in order as well?
You've just decided to be all growns up and start bringing your lunch to work. But the only tupperware you own is a battered, bright orange container from 1993 that your mom donated to you out of pity. Ditch that old, warped piece of plastic and get one of these, which also come with a fork and a smaller container to hold your dressing.