Hope you had a nice Memorial Day Weekend. We recovered from the graduation party we gave for one of our foster daughters. And we defrosted our freezer. Doesn't that sound like fun? We grilled some burgers, too!
So back to the freezer. While we were taking out all our food, I got an idea: why not stack things vertically rather than horizontally? Then you can take something out without everything on top of it falling out. Here's what I mean:
I put chicken and cheese on the top shelf. Beef is on the second shelf with all the ground beef in one section.
Pork, fish and pizza rolls are on the third shelf. Veggies and baking stuff are on the bottom.
Bagels and breads which we use more often, go in the door, because they're easier to get to.
Pecans, walnuts, and almonds live there, too, because their packages are not nice for stacking.
I got rid of old food, which lightened the amount we have. So now I can easily find what I want without having food crashing down on my toes.
How do you arrange your freezer?
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