Super-organized mom reveals the secret purchases she uses to organize her pantry – complete with custom containers and VERY cleverly arranged pots and herbs
- Organized mom Steph Pase listed the items she uses to keep her pantry tidy
- The mother of two bought several jars from online store Little Label Co
- She swears by using airtight containers to extend the expiration date of food
An incredibly organized mom of two has listed the favorite items she uses to keep her pantry neat and tidy.
Steph Pase, 30, from Sydney, shared a video on Instagram, saying she bought the purchases from the Little Label Co. online store.
These are my ultimate favorite products for organizing my pantry! Categorize your food items in your pantry, such as grains, pasta, baked goods, vinegars, oils, spreads, meal bases, etc., ” she wrote.
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Steph Pase, 30, from Sydney, (photo left) shared a video on Instagram, saying she bought the purchases from the Little Label Co online store
Mother-of-two Steph (pictured) is known for sharing her hacks and tips on social media
The first item Steph loves is the tall glass jars with bamboo lids, which she uses to hold different kinds of pasta.
On the Little Label Co website, the product costs $ 20.95 per jar, but similar styles can also be purchased from Catch, Spotlight, and Amazon.
She also uses smaller airtight glass jars and a bamboo shelf to store her herbs and spices.
“Use good quality airtight containers – they are worth every penny, last forever and also make your food last longer!” she said.
A full set of 15 herb and spice jars with the shelf is currently on sale for $ 84.95 instead of $ 92.45.
In a video, Steph revealed that she uses bamboo glass jars for pasta and smaller airtight jars for herbs and spices (left). Stackable airtight containers are also used to store flour and sugar (right)
She also stores oil and vinegar in oil carafes (left) and uses a lazy Susan turntable for spreads and sauces (right)
Steph also stores her flour and sugar in stackable flip-lock containers, while cereal and rice are stored in 2 liter airtight bamboo glass containers.
On another shelf, she kept her sauces, spreads, vinegars, and small jars on a lazy Susan turntable for easy access.
The last two products used include oil carafes and a wire basket for root vegetables.
Steph also took the time to label each individual jar and bottle.
While buying the products would have cost Steph hundreds of dollars, using containers is a great way to extend the shelf life of food.
To keep track of the expiration dates, a chalk marker can be used to write the date on the bottom of each jar.
What does Steph use to organize her pantry?
Bamboo glasses for pasta
Airtight spice jars on a bamboo shelf
Stackable flip-lock containers for flour and sugar
2L airtight bamboo containers for cereals and rice
Lazy Susan turntable for sauces, spreads and vinegars
Oil decanted with labels
Wire basket for root vegetables
Source: Steph Pase