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Plastic Containers For Food

Reusing Plastic Chicken and Salad Containers for Gardens

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from BabyCenter Blog

Why didn’t someone tell me sooner? Part 3

no more open bags of flour/sugar getting everywhere...no more cramming them in a zip lock. Amazing. Need to do this.

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from HGTV

16 Ways to Maximize Your Pantry Space

. Lufkin and Goodsell say to group bottoms, then stack lids vertically with the help of a plate rack. Plastic bags are removed from boxes aND stored, plastic wrap and tinfoil stored below

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Fridge storage: Prepare and cut up all fruit and store in plastic containers for easy breakfast/lunch making. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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from POPSUGAR Fitness

An Easy Technique to Pack 5 Salads Tonight That Will Stay Fresh All Week

How to Pack a Week of Salads That Stay Fresh Till Friday: Eating a big salad at least once a day is a great way to maintain healthy habits.

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Lunchable lunches instead of a weeks worth for $30 you can have it for $17! Plus fruit m&m and other side munchies. Genius!

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from Apartment Therapy

Turn Plastic Chicken Containers into Indoor Greenhouses — Read Between The Limes

So smart!!! Re-use a rotisserie chicken container as a mini greenhouse!

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from Food Storage Made Easy

How to Make a 72 Hour Kit

How to Make a 72 Hour Kit - Items can be switched out for your own prefrences...but this should get you started. Also keep one in the car. Be safe & prepared!

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For organizing the tupperware....love these shelves on the doors for lid storage.

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from WonderHowTo

How to De-Stink Old Smelly Jars with Two Simple Ingredients

Mustard and Water- Yes, mustard! Turns out basic yellow mustard (no need to get the fancy Dijon or whole-grain kind) or mustard powder (if you're truly old school) mixed with hot water will get out the smell. Pour about a teaspoon of the yellow stuff in the bottom, add hot water and swirl or shake the solution with the lid on. Throw out the water, and then wash and rinse your container.

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