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In The Great Pantry Revamp: 10 Tips for Rebooting Your Space, we showed you how to reorganize, rethink and reinvigorate your kitchen and pantry in a way that would inspire healthy eating. Now, it’s time to purge ingredients that don’t serve this purpose — and replace them with fresh, vibrant items that stoke your healthy eating habits. read more > the great pantry revamp: 10 tips for rebooting your space THE BEST WAYS TO ENJOY POKÉ Poké is best as part of a larger meal, typically with rice and vegetables. The Great Pantry Revamp: 10 Tips for Rebooting Your Space | Nutrition | MyFitnessPal If you’re considering a reboot of your eating habits, you’re going to need a few tools. More important, you’ll need a pantry and kitchen space that is well-stocked, easy-to-navigate and ready to help make all of your healthy meal plans a reality.

Start 2017 as you mean to go on with these quick fixes to instantly reboot your interior. Here’s Are Our Tips To Creating A Great Space In Your Kitchen. The Country Chic Cottage DIY, Cricut, crafts, Our Pantry needed a ‘mise en place’ overhaul and here are 7 Easy Tips for Organizing Your Pantry we learned. Kristen Vargas Kitchen Reboot.

Conquer your culinary clutter with our five-step plan to restore your kitchen’s order. Dec 13, 2016 Say good-bye to jumbles of cereal boxes and towers of canned goods. Conquer your culinary clutter with our five-step plan to restore your kitchen’s order. Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out.

Don’t Move into Your Student Halls Without These 10 Items Simple Ways to Bring Order to a Small Kitchen 10 Tips for Living Harmoniously with a Messy Person 9 Simple Ways to Instantly Revamp Drawers With Paint. Reboot your kitchen on a budget Decorating 7 Small-scale Renovations That Can Transform Your Space. By Kate Burt. One of the quickest routes to rebooting your healthy habits is to start your day with a nutrition-packed super juice.

After many hours of taste testing, we’ve listed a few of our favourite recipes to help you get back on the right track. Scroll down below to start juicing today. Green Machine. Great out of the way storage for the once a year holiday items.

Get ideas for extending your living space into the yard by touring these delightful decks. Designs include a wraparound deck, a better builder’s deck, a small-space sanctuary, and a rooftop retreat. Top 10 Tips for Pantry Organization and Storage Top Inspired. You make the decision to revamp your closet storage, go through all the work and expense of upgrading your closet, only to find out that you underestimated your storage needs.

Sadly, this is something we see all too often among customers who come to us after either tackling the project themselves using a pre-fabricated closet system or in some.

List of related literature:

This section includes kitchen improvements to help you maximize your space, plus a few stand-alone projects that make storing and serving food a pleasure.

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from Great Book of Woodworking Projects: 50 Projects For Indoor Improvements And Outdoor Living from the Experts at American Woodworker
by Randy Johnson
Fox Chapel Publishing, 2011

A tidy pantry will give you space to explore a little.

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from The Minimalist Kitchen: 100 Wholesome Recipes, Essential Tools, and Efficient Techniques
by Coleman, Melissa
Oxmoor House, Incorporated, 2018

You don’t need a lot of room to have a good pantry, but you need to be organized and store your ingredients well to maximize not only space but also the ingredients’ shelf life.

“Baking For Dummies” by Emily Nolan
from Baking For Dummies
by Emily Nolan
Wiley, 2011

Step2 has created the Little Helper’s Complete Kitchen, which has a microwave, stove and oven with storage facilities, a refrigerator with molded shelves to maximize the use of space, and an electronic phone.

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by Claudia Mitchell, Jacqueline Reid-Walsh
ABC-CLIO, 2007

Our new, open kitchen inspired us to increase the amount of efficient storage.

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from The Inspired Room: Simple Ideas to Love the Home You Have
by Melissa Michaels
Harvest House Publishers, 2015

The kitchen wasn’t so cluttered, though; Mrs. Winslow cooked most of our meals for us, and strictly limited our personal food storage to one shelf in the refrigerator and two shelves in the pantry.

“Set This House in Order” by Matt Ruff
from Set This House in Order
by Matt Ruff
HarperCollins e-books, 2009

With that said, to get you on your way to stocking your own clean-eating pantry and fridge, I’ve included lists of the staples that I use most often and that you will find yourself reaching for when making these recipes.

“Lexi's Clean Kitchen: 150 Delicious Paleo-Friendly Recipes to Nourish Your Life” by Alexis Kornblum
from Lexi’s Clean Kitchen: 150 Delicious Paleo-Friendly Recipes to Nourish Your Life
by Alexis Kornblum
Victory Belt Publishing, 2017

But remember that the pantry will become one ofthe most important rooms in the house, and it should be convenient to the kitchen.

“The Permaculture Handbook: Garden Farming for Town and Country” by Peter Bane, David Holmgren
from The Permaculture Handbook: Garden Farming for Town and Country
by Peter Bane, David Holmgren
New Society Publishers, 2012

People who have kitchens with a decent amount of storage should have a weekly appointment with the grocery store.

“Unclutter Your Life in One Week” by Erin Rooney Doland, David Allen
from Unclutter Your Life in One Week
by Erin Rooney Doland, David Allen
Gallery Books, 2009

This extra pantry space is also a boon for those who enjoy canning their own fruits and vegetables.

“The Queen of Clean Conquers Clutter” by Linda Cobb
from The Queen of Clean Conquers Clutter
by Linda Cobb
Pocket Books, 2002

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  • Hello ma’am as u mentioned here d link to buy d big rectengular jar…from home centre i want to buy d same but i click on d link u provided here but…its nt opening…i also searched home centre online site…but der is no any kind of such jar…i want to but it…plz reply frm where i can buy d same

  • Unwanted towels, bath mats, small throw rugs and blankets could also be donated to local no-kill shelters and spay & neuter clinics.

  • Please advise me where to buy the vegetable bags and the freezer bags and the pretty bags for shopping, enjoyed your video. ������������❤️����������

  • I just got some of those erasable labels too, they’re great! Question though, and I think of this every time I see an organizer decant their foods into a bigger clear container: wouldn’t it be better to leave in the original packaging that takes up less space and can be compressed as you use up the product (e.g. folding down a bag of chips). Dont get me wrong, I use glass jars (now with erasable labels!) for things like flour and sugar, but for most other things I feel like the original package is fine…

  • Hi Raverna, I just stumbled upon your channel, it came as a YouTube recommended channel, and I must say that I loved all your content. In which country do you live?! I have subscribed to your channel. Lots of love

  • This is the way I declutter all year long one small project at a time. It helps me to hear them broken down like this and it reminds me of what hasn’t been done in a while. Thank you Gayle and crew for all efforts to help us keep stuff under control.

  • Awesome video, I appreciate your organisation skills and hardwork. But soo much maida and noodles is not good for health. And don’t use plastic, it’s carcinogenic. Use an inert container like glass or steel

  • How about a solution to hide the unsightliness of the “over-the-door organizers”
    The kitchen looks like a terrible mess with all these arms coming over the doors.

  • Love it! now if I only actually had wall space and shelving that was tall enough to put in a divider. I have the worst kitchen design ever. Not even kidding. UGG

  • Thanks for everything….but I have a request to you that please make a vedio your variety of cuisine food in your meal planning show like mediterranean cuisine….and most important matter is please can with us how to do you have been dicide weekly monthly food planning… cuz most of the time make decisions about food planning i it has been disaster for me..please show me your weekly food planner and also monthly food planning

  • Hi..Raveena, great tips and you motivate us with your organizing skill.The farmers market has fresh veggies, unlike other markets where about is this market in KL sis?
    Take care, God bless.

  • I gave my second hair clipper to a homeless youth group home and a young man was able to cut his hair for a job interview! Women in shelters desperately need nice clothes for job interviews and for work.

  • Namaste mam, you can use composter kit. It’s available on Amazon or you can make your own. We do make our own organic compost for our vegetable garden. Thanks for the tips��

  • dear Raveena, another video with such good ideas, how I like the organization you have in your beautiful home. I leave you a hug! ��

  • One of your best videos. Felt you were living here in Nova Scotia in my house.������ Laughed at all the suggestions lots I had just done but many I had not. Thank you for sharing your wisdom in this area.������

  • i really love you raveena for taking utmost care of the things & specially you are the, i think first person genuienly dropped the idea of using paper towel…. yeah shear wastage of precious wood

  • Thank you, Raveena, for easily incorporating zerowaste methods in your daily life and inspiring us to do the same. Benefitting from your tried and true methods helps us all play our part to save our world. Love your videos.

  • I gave my second hair clipper to a homeless youth group home and a young man was able to cut his hair for a job interview! Women in shelters desperately need nice clothes for job interviews and for work.

  • Awesome video…grt contribution to the nature…..I too use only glass containers n own shopping bags…. Very important content…. thanks

  • Thank you for this great video! Am trying to apply some of your tips in my french home but dream of your exotic markets! Will try to find those silicons bags as they would be great to replace my plastic disposable ones! Take care! Hugs! ��

  • Oh my gosh did you renovate or did the apartment already have this beautiful kitchen? I love it! Yes! Clear it out and make #pilesbeforesmiles ��right? ❤❤❤ So glad I found your channel!

  • Thank you for the great video! Can you please share the brand name of the reusable Silicone bags and the vegetable bags. Thank you.

  • Now I have the urge to go buy a bunch of oxo containers and go to town on my pantry! Mine is actually really nice, custom made with pull out shelves. Things still get forgotten though! I am a very lazy cook and sometimes buy things with good intentions but then don’t use it.

  • You made me feel good about just having to purchase a new refrigerator. Hopefully, it will save money over the years.
    What good ideas. I do NOT use reusable shopping bags because they get too dirty. I do use a freezer bag (but most frozen items are packaged).
    I have been reading books on using everything. It is amazing the amount of the fresh produce that we buy that we do not use ie who knew you could eat the tops of radishes?? And, In the U.S. at least, many of these parts are chopped off before you buy it.
    There are so many good ideas in this video. TY for another wonderful video as usual.
    Good to see you back.

  • Just a suggestion-while you are decluttering and taking those plastic grocery bags to recycle, order some reusable grocery bags and produce bags.

  • Haaaaaaaa…..just opened video..that opening music…..sweet voice of aunty after some loooooooong time…..the way storage of veggies….right from veggie silicon bags to that beautiful nail art of aunty…..so superb…..as always impressed…..happy….n…..enjoyed….keep rocking……..�������������� Anitha from Chennai……..waiting for more…….

  • I use an empty tissue box to store my plastic grocery bags. I just stuff them in there. When I need some to line the bathroom trash cans or to carry something to the car, etc I know exactly where they are. The tissue box also limits me. I only keep the bags that fit in that one container. I made a trash can for my purse. I used a urine sample cup (not used). I covered it in scrapbook paper and then used packing tape over the paper to protect it. I use for drive trough receipts, gum wrappers, etc. Because it has a wide mouth it’s easy to dump out too. I don’t put anything messy in it. I use a small zip lock baggy in my purse for that. For store receipts I use a small plastic accordian organizer I got from Dollar Tree. You know, the kind people use for coupons. It works great/ I always have my receipt for a return or exchange. I was one of those people who would buy something and never take it out of the bag when I got home. I bought a pretty blue tray at TJMaxx and now my bag contents are dumped onto the tray. I put them away when I get some time. But this eliminated that problem. Little wins.

  • I like those shopping bags. Our supermarket stopped supplying plastic bags and sells the mesh bags (5 in a convienant small carry bag) in the produce section. Most vegetables are not wrapped in plastic anymore.

  • Magazines can be donated to almost any medical office waiting rooms, some business waiting rooms, hospitals and nursing homes. Nursing homes use them for residents’ activities/projects. We have a state run facility near where I live that houses adults with developmental disabilities that cannot live on their own. They accept magazines for activities/projects for their residents and they accept most paper because some residents work in their recycling center. It gives the residents who are able a job to do, which is fantastic ❤️

  • I love your video’s soooo much! After 25 years I can finally organize my home and throw a lot away. I am from the Netherlands.
    Thank you very much. And Ed too.

  • First time I’ve seen ur video…but u r unique and awesome… Loved it and gonna watch all ur videos sista �� keep inspiring us ��

  • I love your video’s soooo much! After 25 years I can finally organize my home and throw a lot away. I am from the Netherlands.
    Thank you very much. And Ed too.

  • Raveena
    Your tips are excellent. Trying to do some.By the way is it possible to keep glass containers with food in Freezer.Stay safe.keep posting
    Jessy varghese
    Kerala

  • Tissue boxes hold tons of plastic bags perfectly… Also hold the napkins you get from fast food… I keep both in my car for napkins and aldi bags

  • I love every single video of yours.. it certainly has changed my life and given me so many ideas on how to organise..! Thank you! And also I really really like the Grey pumpkin and the white! It just caught my eye.. could you pls let me know where I could find that? Thank you so much Raveena! God bless❤️

  • I try to buy all the pantry items which you bought but I have some confusion I want rice and wheat bucket where I should buy please suggest me soon

  • I don’t think it is advisable to empty all boxed items into containers, specially the ones that are not used frequently, least we miss the expiry date

  • I agree. Please don’t forget the voiceless animals that need towels and blankets and sheets. Also my local shelter needs all kinds of cleaning supplies.

  • Another fabulous, informative video! Your food always looks so fresh and BEAUTIFUL! I need to invest in a few larger size glass containers!

  • Awesome video…grt contribution to the nature…..I too use only glass containers n own shopping bags…. Very important content…. thanks

  • Actually I don’t like the set up… Apko har bar container move Karna padega piche k containers dekhne k Lia.. double Kam… Bt I love the containers..

  • Very nice video can I cook and fresh vegetables and then store them in mesh bags

    Also can I store already frozen vegetables in mesh bags

  • I don’t think it is advisable to empty all boxed items into containers, specially the ones that are not used frequently, least we miss the expiry date

  • Raveena
    Your tips are excellent. Trying to do some.By the way is it possible to keep glass containers with food in Freezer.Stay safe.keep posting
    Jessy varghese
    Kerala

  • Hai dear I like your home kitchen beautyfull decoration all items utencils superb IAM new subscriber aunty containers febmntastic nice enjoy family������������

  • dear Raveena, another video with such good ideas, how I like the organization you have in your beautiful home. I leave you a hug! ��

  • Nice organization with functional containers..suggest that you have a step in a rack to arrange so that those containers in the back will be visible����

  • Please find out if your clinic WANTS the used magazines before you drop them off. Our clinic never had magazines, so I took a big stack when I had an appointment. Another patient picked one up and then complained that it was several months old. I held my tongue, but wanted to point out that if I hadn’t brought them in, there would have been nothing at all for her to read. On my next appointment, all the magazines were gone. It may be for health reasons clinics not wanting numerous people handling magazines, and germs being spread… I have no idea. Anyway, might be a good idea to find out their policy first.

  • Great ideas. Now if I only had a pantry. One of these days… One good thing about switching out the containers your products come in is that many cardboard containers can have weevils or their larva/eggs and you can bring an infestation into your home.

  • I try to buy all the pantry items which you bought but I have some confusion I want rice and wheat bucket where I should buy please suggest me soon

  • Love your channel! Thank you for the great content! Can you link the mesh bags and silicone bags? I bought similar products but they’re not nearly as neat or functional as yours!

  • Please advise me where to buy the vegetable bags and the freezer bags and the pretty bags for shopping, enjoyed your video. ������������❤️����������

  • Kay, your organisation always gives motivation an great ideas!
    Do you think u could do some baking? You haven’t done any before xx

  • Thanks for everything….but I have a request to you that please make a vedio your variety of cuisine food in your meal planning show like mediterranean cuisine….and most important matter is please can with us how to do you have been dicide weekly monthly food planning… cuz most of the time make decisions about food planning i it has been disaster for me..please show me your weekly food planner and also monthly food planning

  • Wow raveena ji what a wonderful vlogs so informative… Thanks for the sharing with us sister �� �� may God bless you… Can you please make some vlogs in hindi it’s my request…

  • Yupppp diiii ek new idea mila,that grocery basket mein jitne bhi item hai aapane ek list banaa Diya. Ya mera liya bhttttt helpful hoga…. Thanks diiiii
    Btw tumi ki Bengoli? n tomar hubby o ki bemgoli?????

  • Hello dear I m new subscriber.. Your video is very useful.. Pls provide the links of the bags from did you got it? Thank you so much

  • Thank you for showing expiration dates on containers
    Can you alternate live chats so you do one on a weekend and one on weekday? Saturday nights I always am booked with social events

  • Thank you for the great video! Can you please share the brand name of the reusable Silicone bags and the vegetable bags. Thank you.

  • Girl, your skin is glowing. My goodness pretty pretty. I love the decanting products idea and was surprised to find I actually missed doing it. (Kinda fell off the wagon and left everything in its original packaging) Saves space and the mystery 1 serving of oatmeal you were SURE you just opened 2 days ago issues. I’m a huge fan of the like items living happily together in bins/baskets. So much easier than doing the cha cha to grab each individual item from random places. ❤You’ve been making this challenge so much fun. Thanks Kay❤❤❤

  • Has nothing to do with ur video..but!!! I had ear surgery on my right ear a few days ago..and I just realized my ear is hearing! Your voice was the first!��!!!yaaaasssss!!!!

  • I agree. Please don’t forget the voiceless animals that need towels and blankets and sheets. Also my local shelter needs all kinds of cleaning supplies.

  • Using Walmart pay they send your receipt directly to your account on their app. Many places will email your receipts. Others can be scanned and saved to Dropbox or Evernote.

  • I love every single video of yours.. it certainly has changed my life and given me so many ideas on how to organise..! Thank you! And also I really really like the Grey pumpkin and the white! It just caught my eye.. could you pls let me know where I could find that? Thank you so much Raveena! God bless❤️

  • Never have had clothes on the floor in my closet as my dressers is in the closet nd there’s no room for anything on the floor lol. I did throw out all my magazines nd old bills nd papers I have some plastic bags but we do not use plastic bags at the store nd mine are a nice big stack from work new bundles. I use them in rainy weather as shoe covering wen I bike in the ��..
    my cleaning supplies are under the skin in the kitchen nd the pots nd pans live under there’s. Nd in the bathroom under the sink is were the body products live it’s the only storage in there. Nd a tiny trolly which has women’s santinary stuff nd meds nd first aid nd daily care stuff.

  • Using Walmart pay they send your receipt directly to your account on their app. Many places will email your receipts. Others can be scanned and saved to Dropbox or Evernote.

  • Maam, the video is very inspirational for someone who will be looking forward to plan their own pantry. I would love to see your kitchen tour.

  • I take all of my unwanted plastic bags to my local thrift shops whenever I’m making a donation. They always need more bags to put their customers purchases in and they are always very appreciative.

  • One of your best videos. Felt you were living here in Nova Scotia in my house.������ Laughed at all the suggestions lots I had just done but many I had not. Thank you for sharing your wisdom in this area.������

  • Thank you for this great video! Am trying to apply some of your tips in my french home but dream of your exotic markets! Will try to find those silicons bags as they would be great to replace my plastic disposable ones! Take care! Hugs! ��

  • Great ideas. Now if I only had a pantry. One of these days… One good thing about switching out the containers your products come in is that many cardboard containers can have weevils or their larva/eggs and you can bring an infestation into your home.

  • Soon I’ll be moving out of my room I’m renting right now, so I’ll be decluttering again 😉 I wonder if I’ll feel the difference in the amount between the last time (5 months ago) and now (in a month’s time). Lovely flower-themed dress top, Gayle <3

  • I absolutely love your videos, your new hair cut, and how much encouragement you have given me over the past 18 months to begin decluttering my home. Ed is fantastic for getting these up and I appreciate his help too! While I can happily say that I have completed many of the listed areas to clean, I am down to some of the nitty-gritty items now closets and drawers. I have been given orders to not touch my husband’s kitchen drawer, but I can no longer close it! Any suggestions?

  • Hey do you still recommend the home centre air tight containers after one year?? I plan to get them after watching your video but I’m confused as they’re pricy. TIA

  • I kept a written list as you went along but i must have dozed off during #17, in between shoes and nitestand. What did i miss??… Gayle, thanks for the very timely inspiration.

  • Wow raveena ji what a wonderful vlogs so informative… Thanks for the sharing with us sister �� �� may God bless you… Can you please make some vlogs in hindi it’s my request…

  • Unwanted towels, bath mats, small throw rugs and blankets could also be donated to local no-kill shelters and spay & neuter clinics.

  • I turned my coat closet into a pantry. It’s in the living room but I’m the only one that opens it. Now I have more space in my kitchen. I should have done that long ago! Seriously!.. a lot of space just for coats that can go in a bedroom closet or get a coat tree for when guest come over.

  • Working with a small kitchen and not being able to make permanent changes, I’ve done some things to help. There are the small things I’ve done so far:
    1. k-cup organizer https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004UC7CMS/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    2. Cloth baskets that go under my kitchen and bathroom sink https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B071H5K9FR/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    3. Spice rack for the counter; ordered 1 originally, but I’ve ordered a second one to stack on top along with new labels so I can put different spices in the jars instead of the preselected ones. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005PP2LCU/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    4. I put the tupperware I don’t use very often into one of those giant zipping bags that blanket sets come in, along with all the other junk we rarely use, but still need.
    5. Picked up some oxo pop containers for things like sugar, flour, brown sugar, and confectioner’s sugar. I believe they are the 2 lb versions.
    6. Oil dispensers for olive oil and vegetable oil https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01GBTJ388/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    I still need to pick up some of those stacking drawers for the pantry, but everything is oddly shaped and inconsistent in this very poorly designed kitchen. Hope this helps anyone who also can’t make changes to apartments or rented properties!

  • This is amazing!! I don’t know about the US but here in Australia we have a saying and that is ‘one bum kitchen ‘ I literally have a one bum kitchen. My daughter has to wait until I get out of the kitchen so she can do the dishes. So yes we definitely have a tiny kitchen lol. Some of these idea’s are perfect for us����. Thank you so very much and God bless �� ����

  • I turned my coat closet into a pantry. It’s in the living room but I’m the only one that opens it. Now I have more space in my kitchen. I should have done that long ago! Seriously!.. a lot of space just for coats that can go in a bedroom closet or get a coat tree for when guest come over.

  • Love me some panko. If I could put panko in my coffee, i would. Did my pantry this morning. Thanks for the tips and for sharing. ��

  • Loved the Video. Except when you live in an Apartment, you can’t always nail into the walls & under the Cupboards. ThankU. Love your Videos!��

  • Some of these ideas tend to create more visual stress those hanging baskets or open storage. I think going through your kitchen items and decluttering multiples is one way to avoid having to use some of these hacks. When things are stored in the open they get dirty, especially in a kitchen where there is a lot of oil and dust in the air that settles on utensils in open containers. The little wire things you put in shelves to create more storage space are really great, though, and you can buy them very inexpensively at Dollar stores…if your kitchen absolutely lacks space, though, these hacks can help. But if there is little storage and no wall space, declutter like crazy first. In Julia Child’s kitchen reproduced in the Smithsonian museum of American history, I recall green peg boards that cover at least one wall and hold all sorts of pans and utensils. Her kitchen would have had to be SUPER workable.

  • I’m a hardcore home Cleaner being a school girl… These videos are motivation… Love you and your ideas… Waiting for you reply ❤

  • How about a solution to hide the unsightliness of the “over-the-door organizers”
    The kitchen looks like a terrible mess with all these arms coming over the doors.

  • This is the way I declutter all year long one small project at a time. It helps me to hear them broken down like this and it reminds me of what hasn’t been done in a while. Thank you Gayle and crew for all efforts to help us keep stuff under control.

  • Good to hear from you, suggests good health
    Excellent vedio tips
    My tip, being an Indian and very conservative, i use minimal utensils of metal for cooking, just one pan or kadhai as its called here in India, each time using the rinsed water for reuse, i also keep adjusting the flame to low and high as per need, some vegetable and fruit peels can be used to prepare another side dish, these are actually grandma tips for as less kitchenwaste as possible

  • Good to hear from you, suggests good health
    Excellent vedio tips
    My tip, being an Indian and very conservative, i use minimal utensils of metal for cooking, just one pan or kadhai as its called here in India, each time using the rinsed water for reuse, i also keep adjusting the flame to low and high as per need, some vegetable and fruit peels can be used to prepare another side dish, these are actually grandma tips for as less kitchenwaste as possible

  • Magazines can be donated to almost any medical office waiting rooms, some business waiting rooms, hospitals and nursing homes. Nursing homes use them for residents’ activities/projects. We have a state run facility near where I live that houses adults with developmental disabilities that cannot live on their own. They accept magazines for activities/projects for their residents and they accept most paper because some residents work in their recycling center. It gives the residents who are able a job to do, which is fantastic ❤️

  • Namaste mam, you can use composter kit. It’s available on Amazon or you can make your own. We do make our own organic compost for our vegetable garden. Thanks for the tips��

  • Love it! now if I only actually had wall space and shelving that was tall enough to put in a divider. I have the worst kitchen design ever. Not even kidding. UGG

  • I use an empty tissue box to store my plastic grocery bags. I just stuff them in there. When I need some to line the bathroom trash cans or to carry something to the car, etc I know exactly where they are. The tissue box also limits me. I only keep the bags that fit in that one container. I made a trash can for my purse. I used a urine sample cup (not used). I covered it in scrapbook paper and then used packing tape over the paper to protect it. I use for drive trough receipts, gum wrappers, etc. Because it has a wide mouth it’s easy to dump out too. I don’t put anything messy in it. I use a small zip lock baggy in my purse for that. For store receipts I use a small plastic accordian organizer I got from Dollar Tree. You know, the kind people use for coupons. It works great/ I always have my receipt for a return or exchange. I was one of those people who would buy something and never take it out of the bag when I got home. I bought a pretty blue tray at TJMaxx and now my bag contents are dumped onto the tray. I put them away when I get some time. But this eliminated that problem. Little wins.

  • i really love you raveena for taking utmost care of the things & specially you are the, i think first person genuienly dropped the idea of using paper towel…. yeah shear wastage of precious wood

  • Loved the Video. Except when you live in an Apartment, you can’t always nail into the walls & under the Cupboards. ThankU. Love your Videos!��

  • First time I’ve seen ur video…but u r unique and awesome… Loved it and gonna watch all ur videos sista �� keep inspiring us ��

  • Hello ma’am as u mentioned here d link to buy d big rectengular jar…from home centre i want to buy d same but i click on d link u provided here but…its nt opening…i also searched home centre online site…but der is no any kind of such jar…i want to but it…plz reply frm where i can buy d same

  • A great air freshener is Orange Flower Water mixed w vodka. Organic (orange flower water is edible it is used in drinks and desserts, vodka is a cheap 40% ethyl alcohol). You can find orange flower water at middle eastern or indian/pakistani grocery stores.

  • Hello dear I m new subscriber.. Your video is very useful.. Pls provide the links of the bags from did you got it? Thank you so much

  • hi raveena,amazing tips, i have been foolowing some of them for years now and some are new for me, i suffer from chronic illness so gardening for me is like therapy, to see all of your organic wastes going into your garden and yielding for you is such blessing. i am so happy to see you too are into gardening �� and pliz keep posting these kinds of vedios, thank you ❤

  • I take all of my unwanted plastic bags to my local thrift shops whenever I’m making a donation. They always need more bags to put their customers purchases in and they are always very appreciative.

  • You made me feel good about just having to purchase a new refrigerator. Hopefully, it will save money over the years.
    What good ideas. I do NOT use reusable shopping bags because they get too dirty. I do use a freezer bag (but most frozen items are packaged).
    I have been reading books on using everything. It is amazing the amount of the fresh produce that we buy that we do not use ie who knew you could eat the tops of radishes?? And, In the U.S. at least, many of these parts are chopped off before you buy it.
    There are so many good ideas in this video. TY for another wonderful video as usual.
    Good to see you back.

  • hi raveena,amazing tips, i have been foolowing some of them for years now and some are new for me, i suffer from chronic illness so gardening for me is like therapy, to see all of your organic wastes going into your garden and yielding for you is such blessing. i am so happy to see you too are into gardening �� and pliz keep posting these kinds of vedios, thank you ❤

  • Another fabulous, informative video! Your food always looks so fresh and BEAUTIFUL! I need to invest in a few larger size glass containers!

  • Love your channel! Thank you for the great content! Can you link the mesh bags and silicone bags? I bought similar products but they’re not nearly as neat or functional as yours!

  • Thank you, Raveena, for easily incorporating zerowaste methods in your daily life and inspiring us to do the same. Benefitting from your tried and true methods helps us all play our part to save our world. Love your videos.

  • Wow it’s amazing..I admire ur organization skills. At the same time ur skin looks spotless..please share also your skin care routine in detail..

  • I guess some people don’t know that lids for plastic containers snap together or settle into one another to stay together n put containers on top of the lids. Don’t buy different types of containers, keep buying the same kind n you wouldn’t need a special container for lids. But I guess not everyone is smart n use their brains. Just saying.

  • Has nothing to do with ur video..but!!! I had ear surgery on my right ear a few days ago..and I just realized my ear is hearing! Your voice was the first!��!!!yaaaasssss!!!!

  • Wow very nice. My daughter is an entrepreneur who specialises in zerowaste. She gives consultations makes non chemical products. She likes your video too.takigging her her here. Bare necessities Zerowaste solutions. Bangalore

  • I guess some people don’t know that lids for plastic containers snap together or settle into one another to stay together n put containers on top of the lids. Don’t buy different types of containers, keep buying the same kind n you wouldn’t need a special container for lids. But I guess not everyone is smart n use their brains. Just saying.

  • Target has some nice square and rectangle clear food decanters from $4 to $10 now. I also find clear Inter Design fridge containers at Home Goods, TJM and Marshalls for $7 to $15. Love how they look. Thank you Kay!

  • Everything is good n hygiene…well set organization…but sissy one big request please avoid DAT packed snack items like lays etc…don’t give to kaya…tq

  • Just in time for some quality kitchen organization this week. Grabbed some of the plastomat shelf liner you recommended, and did half the kitchen yesterday. Pantry and rest of kitchen starts as soon as Amazon delivers more liner tomorrow!

  • I and my mom love your videos and ideas… They are very motivating…. we are your new subscribers….we watch ur video’s even we try to implement them…. the two-step ladder kept behind you in your video, could you please tell from where have you bought it or even if you can share me the link from where I can buy it will be very helpful… waiting for your reply…. love you and ur ideas ❤❤❤❤❤

  • Hey do you still recommend the home centre air tight containers after one year?? I plan to get them after watching your video but I’m confused as they’re pricy. TIA

  • Everything is good n hygiene…well set organization…but sissy one big request please avoid DAT packed snack items like lays etc…don’t give to kaya…tq

  • Wow very nice. My daughter is an entrepreneur who specialises in zerowaste. She gives consultations makes non chemical products. She likes your video too.takigging her her here. Bare necessities Zerowaste solutions. Bangalore

  • Working with a small kitchen and not being able to make permanent changes, I’ve done some things to help. There are the small things I’ve done so far:
    1. k-cup organizer https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004UC7CMS/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    2. Cloth baskets that go under my kitchen and bathroom sink https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B071H5K9FR/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    3. Spice rack for the counter; ordered 1 originally, but I’ve ordered a second one to stack on top along with new labels so I can put different spices in the jars instead of the preselected ones. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005PP2LCU/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    4. I put the tupperware I don’t use very often into one of those giant zipping bags that blanket sets come in, along with all the other junk we rarely use, but still need.
    5. Picked up some oxo pop containers for things like sugar, flour, brown sugar, and confectioner’s sugar. I believe they are the 2 lb versions.
    6. Oil dispensers for olive oil and vegetable oil https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01GBTJ388/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    I still need to pick up some of those stacking drawers for the pantry, but everything is oddly shaped and inconsistent in this very poorly designed kitchen. Hope this helps anyone who also can’t make changes to apartments or rented properties!

  • Maam, the video is very inspirational for someone who will be looking forward to plan their own pantry. I would love to see your kitchen tour.

  • It doesn’t need to be pintrest-y to be functional! I have a small laundry ROOM that is full to bursting, so I’ve been working in small increments to clear it out.

    I’d love to see a lights out box! One of my favorite lights out products are plug in emergency flashlights. When the power goes off the light turns on automatically, so I have a few in strategic places so if we ever have a power outage, we’re not feeling along walls in the pitch black to get to our other items. Also comes in handy when you’re trying to find ONE DANG FLASHLIGHT in the house that works! 5+ years, and they haven’t failed me yet!

  • I’m a hardcore home Cleaner being a school girl… These videos are motivation… Love you and your ideas… Waiting for you reply ❤

  • Just a suggestion-while you are decluttering and taking those plastic grocery bags to recycle, order some reusable grocery bags and produce bags.

  • Awesome video, I appreciate your organisation skills and hardwork. But soo much maida and noodles is not good for health. And don’t use plastic, it’s carcinogenic. Use an inert container like glass or steel

  • Nice organization with functional containers..suggest that you have a step in a rack to arrange so that those containers in the back will be visible����

  • Most organized pantry. EVER! I wish I could afford to get those clear containers. My pantry is as organized as it’ll ever get! Thanks for the tips & my daily Clover fix!!!!

  • Hi..Raveena, great tips and you motivate us with your organizing skill.The farmers market has fresh veggies, unlike other markets where about is this market in KL sis?
    Take care, God bless.

  • Excellent tips! I find keeping things I use most in prime locations for easy access is a must. That goes for everything in my home. ��

  • Hi Raverna, I just stumbled upon your channel, it came as a YouTube recommended channel, and I must say that I loved all your content. In which country do you live?! I have subscribed to your channel. Lots of love

  • Actually I don’t like the set up… Apko har bar container move Karna padega piche k containers dekhne k Lia.. double Kam… Bt I love the containers..

  • This is amazing!! I don’t know about the US but here in Australia we have a saying and that is ‘one bum kitchen ‘ I literally have a one bum kitchen. My daughter has to wait until I get out of the kitchen so she can do the dishes. So yes we definitely have a tiny kitchen lol. Some of these idea’s are perfect for us����. Thank you so very much and God bless �� ����

  • Never have had clothes on the floor in my closet as my dressers is in the closet nd there’s no room for anything on the floor lol. I did throw out all my magazines nd old bills nd papers I have some plastic bags but we do not use plastic bags at the store nd mine are a nice big stack from work new bundles. I use them in rainy weather as shoe covering wen I bike in the ��..
    my cleaning supplies are under the skin in the kitchen nd the pots nd pans live under there’s. Nd in the bathroom under the sink is were the body products live it’s the only storage in there. Nd a tiny trolly which has women’s santinary stuff nd meds nd first aid nd daily care stuff.

  • Yupppp diiii ek new idea mila,that grocery basket mein jitne bhi item hai aapane ek list banaa Diya. Ya mera liya bhttttt helpful hoga…. Thanks diiiii
    Btw tumi ki Bengoli? n tomar hubby o ki bemgoli?????

  • Please find out if your clinic WANTS the used magazines before you drop them off. Our clinic never had magazines, so I took a big stack when I had an appointment. Another patient picked one up and then complained that it was several months old. I held my tongue, but wanted to point out that if I hadn’t brought them in, there would have been nothing at all for her to read. On my next appointment, all the magazines were gone. It may be for health reasons clinics not wanting numerous people handling magazines, and germs being spread… I have no idea. Anyway, might be a good idea to find out their policy first.

  • I like those shopping bags. Our supermarket stopped supplying plastic bags and sells the mesh bags (5 in a convienant small carry bag) in the produce section. Most vegetables are not wrapped in plastic anymore.

  • Some of these ideas tend to create more visual stress those hanging baskets or open storage. I think going through your kitchen items and decluttering multiples is one way to avoid having to use some of these hacks. When things are stored in the open they get dirty, especially in a kitchen where there is a lot of oil and dust in the air that settles on utensils in open containers. The little wire things you put in shelves to create more storage space are really great, though, and you can buy them very inexpensively at Dollar stores…if your kitchen absolutely lacks space, though, these hacks can help. But if there is little storage and no wall space, declutter like crazy first. In Julia Child’s kitchen reproduced in the Smithsonian museum of American history, I recall green peg boards that cover at least one wall and hold all sorts of pans and utensils. Her kitchen would have had to be SUPER workable.

  • I and my mom love your videos and ideas… They are very motivating…. we are your new subscribers….we watch ur video’s even we try to implement them…. the two-step ladder kept behind you in your video, could you please tell from where have you bought it or even if you can share me the link from where I can buy it will be very helpful… waiting for your reply…. love you and ur ideas ❤❤❤❤❤

  • Tissue boxes hold tons of plastic bags perfectly… Also hold the napkins you get from fast food… I keep both in my car for napkins and aldi bags

  • Soon I’ll be moving out of my room I’m renting right now, so I’ll be decluttering again 😉 I wonder if I’ll feel the difference in the amount between the last time (5 months ago) and now (in a month’s time). Lovely flower-themed dress top, Gayle <3

  • I absolutely love your videos, your new hair cut, and how much encouragement you have given me over the past 18 months to begin decluttering my home. Ed is fantastic for getting these up and I appreciate his help too! While I can happily say that I have completed many of the listed areas to clean, I am down to some of the nitty-gritty items now closets and drawers. I have been given orders to not touch my husband’s kitchen drawer, but I can no longer close it! Any suggestions?

  • Haaaaaaaa…..just opened video..that opening music…..sweet voice of aunty after some loooooooong time…..the way storage of veggies….right from veggie silicon bags to that beautiful nail art of aunty…..so superb…..as always impressed…..happy….n…..enjoyed….keep rocking……..�������������� Anitha from Chennai……..waiting for more…….

  • I kept a written list as you went along but i must have dozed off during #17, in between shoes and nitestand. What did i miss??… Gayle, thanks for the very timely inspiration.

  • Wow it’s amazing..I admire ur organization skills. At the same time ur skin looks spotless..please share also your skin care routine in detail..

  • Hai dear I like your home kitchen beautyfull decoration all items utencils superb IAM new subscriber aunty containers febmntastic nice enjoy family������������

  • Very nice video can I cook and fresh vegetables and then store them in mesh bags

    Also can I store already frozen vegetables in mesh bags

  • A great air freshener is Orange Flower Water mixed w vodka. Organic (orange flower water is edible it is used in drinks and desserts, vodka is a cheap 40% ethyl alcohol). You can find orange flower water at middle eastern or indian/pakistani grocery stores.

  • i really like it. Things have a place to be and you can find them. I LOVE that you used what you have well. I don’t even mind that stain you pointed out. Maybe next year you’ll spruce it up a little. In the mean time I’d consider this room done well.