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Spice Jars

If you love to cook but haven’t made a major kitchen renovation in many years, then spice jars might be a good place to start. You don’t have to redo the kitchen floor or add an island (and frankly, who does that?) to get a nice, fresh-smelling kitchen. Instead, spice jars are simple and inexpensive to make. Just about anyone with some basic sewing skills and a little creativity can make their own spice jar. Here are a few more finds that will help you preserve herbs and spices. Every kitchen cook knows how difficult organizing a large spice cabinet with spice jars can actually be.

No matter how organized your pantry is, no matter how tightly-packed your spice jars is, forget everything about that day’s grocery store receipts because they will make your life miserable. Instead, start fresh! After taking the old jar out, wash and scrub it down with your favorite cleaning spice containers solution, then use a soft scrub brush to rub out any limes, soaks, or other residue. This is a perfect time to add a small amount of essential oil (like lavender) and mix it into your old jar as a finishing touch. Next, take your new jar to your local grocer and have them re-paint the lid with a new design, so that it is completely different from the rest of your jar. When you’re done, you can simply slip your new magnetic spice jars into the cupboard and forget about it, or you can place it in the refrigerator or on display until you want to open it.

Don’t forget, though, the importance of magnetic spice jars, too. If you want your cooking to shine, have a large variety of fresh herbs and spices on hand to spice up a meal. For instance, I like to use spice containers on top of my pantry countertop to house all of my favorite herbs and spices. I never leave a bag of basil out of seasonings because it always freshens up any recipe. No more running back and forth from the kitchen to get more garlic powder, oregano, or Rosemary. for your vegetable casserole recipe. Simply grab new spice containers fill it with fresh herbs, put the spices in, shake your tail off and enjoy.https://www.youtube.com/embed/yD0mpftLzr0