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The Ultimate Guide to Kitchen Spring Cleaning

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The Ultimate Guide to Kitchen Spring Cleaning

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The Ultimate Guide to Kitchen Spring Cleaning

The Ultimate Guide to Kitchen Spring Cleaning

Deep Clean

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Deep Clean

Deep Clean

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Follow the FIFO rule (First In, First Out)

In both your pantry and your fridge, place newer items behind older foods so that you use the older food first. An organized refrigerator can save you lots of money.

Get the Best Bang for Your Buck with Baking Soda

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Get the Best Bang for Your Buck with Baking Soda

Get the Best Bang for Your Buck with Baking Soda

Give Nuts the Big Freeze

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Give Nuts the Big Freeze

Give Nuts the Big Freeze

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Keep or Can? Bottled and Canned Goods

You can keep expired canned products as long as the can is intact and not damaged, but use the mantra “When in doubt, throw it out.”

Keep Tabs on Your Freezer

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Keep Tabs on Your Freezer

Keep Tabs on Your Freezer

Perfectly Pack Pastas, Grains, Dried Beans, and Rice

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Perfectly Pack Pastas, Grains, Dried Beans, and Rice

Perfectly Pack Pastas, Grains, Dried Beans, and Rice

Sharpie Your Spices

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Sharpie Your Spices

Sharpie Your Spices

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Your Nose Knows with Oils

Give those oils in the cupboard a sniff, especially nut oils. If they smell a bit off, they could be rancid, and it’s time to toss them. Store any nut oil replacements in the refrigerator to slow the rancidity process.

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The Ultimate Guide to Kitchen Spring Cleaning