There are so many to choose from and I just wondered if any of you have a favorite?? We have a lazy susan and shelves.
I use Tupperware for my cereal, but I used to sell it so I have a lot of it. :-)
If I didn't have my Tupperware, I would buy some kind of plastic cereal storer at the 99c store. Glass is so heavy for something big like cereal.
I read an interview with Jamie Lee Curtis in Good Housekeeping. She had a kitchen filled with all these clear rectangular storage boxes that she keeps everything in. She pointed out that the squared shapes used space more efficiently. She recommended Cambro. Haven't used it myself, but after seeing the pictures of her kitchen, I'm ready to get some.
Mom to John (age 11), James (age 9) & Katherine (age 5)
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