Here's a smart way to figure out what you're really using, from Motherboard Mom Jeanne Smith, Overland Park, Kansas: Toss everything—all the spatulas, rubber scrapers, pie servers, and so on—into a box. As you use a utensil from the box, put it back in the drawer. After a month, check what's left in the box. Keep those once-a-year items that remain in the box, like a turkey baster or candy thermometer. But donate the rest. Simple Solutions, Kitchens Ideas, Kitchens Utensils, Kitchens Drawers, Utensils Organizations, Kitchens Storage Organizations, Storage Ideas, Drawers Organizations, Utensils Drawers
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Kitchen: One-Month Cardboard Box Test Not sure what you use and what you don't in your kitchen? Here is a tried and true way to find out. Empty the contents of your kitchen utensils drawer into a cardboard box. For one month, put a utensil back into the drawer only if you take it out of the box to use it. If it's still in the box after four weeks—you don't need it. Pass it on to charity.
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