This is everything out of the bottom shelf such as rice, pasta, potato flakes, bread crumbs, croutons, soup mix jar, gravy, rice kits.
This is the middle shelf unloaded onto the counter. It has mac n' cheese, barley, helper kits, pasta sauce, mushrooms, ramen noodles, and split peas.
This is the top shelf stuff on the counter I have lots of beans, and pasta. The two plastic containers was a purchase I made a couple weeks ago at Wal-Mart for $3.00 each. It is a failed attempt to have my beans all in containers. They are too wide and are not long enough to fit my cabinets but I will have to deal with the two I bought until the beans are used up and then I will take them out of this cabinet. I wanted ones similar to the blue ones that I have on my bottom shelf and I wanted them to go all the way across the shelf. I guess I will just keep stacking the bags since that has worked the best so far.
This is the after picture of my dinner cabinet. I actually added 3 boxes of mac n' cheese from my basement food storage.
Breading crumbs, chicken sauce mix, and french fried onions is what went into the trash.
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Basement food storage? Do we get to see that? I love food stash pictures!!ReplyDelete