Many people often ignore the kitchen storage, always let the bottles and cans
be placed everywhere, easy to use by the stove, but do not know that it is easy
to overheat and change the seasoning! Shopping supermarkets always like to
buy new or imported seasonings and food, but I don’t know if the other bottle
in the house has not been used several times! The kitchen should also be
classified, yes, organize the kitchen, let the bottles and jars be neatly placed,
throw away the expired products, classify the sauces, condiments, and dry
foods to make the kitchen feel better.
Please know the following kitchen storage principles:
Principle 1: bottles sort out to storage
What you need for cooking can be placed in the cooking area; dry food or
canned food can be stored in the dining cabinet.
Principle 2: Avoid buying large quantities of sauces at once
Some stores must purchase multiple bottles of the same product at a time.
Although the unit price is cheap, it is easy to expire at home, and it will eat
fresh sauces. Don't be cheap.
Principle 3: Selecting shallow Storage cabinet is better
The deep kitchen cabinet will make the rear bottle difficult to find or take. It
is best to use a light cabinet to make all the bottles and jars clear at a glance.
Principle 4: Keep away from the fire area
The heat of the fire will make the sauce deteriorate, and it is not suitable for
direct sunlight to the sauce.
Principle 5: Make good use of small items to increase efficiency
In the high cabinet, only half of the storage space is used, and the upper half
that is wasted can be fully utilized by the storage rack.
Principle 6: Use the record method to master the home seasoning jar
Some people will use the singular pen to enlarge the expiration date on the
bottle. Some people will use the refrigerator or small whiteboard to record
the expiration date of the bottle and can, reminding themselves.