Here’s a helpful guide on how to buy food storage bowls for your kitchen. I’ve learned the hard way, and now I only buy glass bowls. See why. Plus, the features you should look for when buying food storage containers and tips for keeping them organized in your cabinets, pantry, and refrigerator.
Exploding glass makes great headlines, doesn’t it? But what’s really going on here? The truth is, there’s more behind the Anchor Hocking and Pyrex exploding bakeware phenomenon than most people realize. Here are the facts.
It’s cheaper to buy potatoes in bulk, like in 20lb bags or larger sacks of potatoes. This sampler of fun potato recipes shows that no matter what meal you’re preparing, there is a way to include potatoes and make it unique!
Here are several interesting spice racks, plus some really clever ways to store your spices.
Lots of great tips to make pantry organization a cinch in your kitchen!
I’ve found 7 good ways to keep chips fresher for longer. This will save you money too — because you won’t have to go out and buy a new bag of chips when the other half bag goes stale!
Fermenting fruits, fruit juices, and similar sweet things attract fruit flies to your kitchen. To get rid of fruit flies, you need to eliminate their food source: moist garbage combined with fruity foods. Try these homemade fruit fly traps!
It’s hard to trust nutrition labels when they hide bad facts with confusing numbers. Serving sizes can be ridiculously small just to make it look good in the percentages. Making your own nutritional labels for food that you prepare at home is the best way to get a handle on what you’re eating and the foods’ nutritional values.
Food mold in some cases only needs to be washed away for the item to be safe to eat. This isn’t the case for Items with high moisture content as they must be thrown out.
Don’t throw out food just because it’s past the date on the package. Most dry goods will last for years when stored properly.