Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun.
Today: Cut back on food waste by learning how to store your food better. Your wallet -- and you kitchen -- will thank you.
It's a safe bet that a few of you have resolved to be more organized this year. A neat and tidy kitchen means many things, including a more beautiful and more efficient workspace -- but most importantly, it cuts back on waste due to spoilage and neglect. In that effort, we've roundup up our favorite food storage articles to help you stay more organized in the new year.
Keeping your food wrapped up and stored properly extends its shelf life; it also makes it easier for you to see exactly what you have stowed away in your pantry and refrigerator (say goodbye to the half-empty packages that live in the darkest corners of your cabinets). Here's how to store your food better in 2015:
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More: Take a deep breath. Now it's time to tackle your freezer.