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Other People's Pantries #41

From Amy (Tai Tai Knits), in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia:

I am an American who makes everything from scratch because my son is allergic to eggs and carageenan. The food labeling is pretty lax here in Malaysia.


On Saturdays, we peek into Other People's Pantries.

Come on -- show us your pantry.

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I envy your space, so much room. And so organized too. Wonderful!

Amy your space looks fabulous but I'm detecting a severe problem with it - I think it's possible - though it's a lovely pantry and well organized pantry at the moment - it's looking like you have an invader and cookbooks may take over ;))

Lydia I need to say again this has been a really terrific idea with the pantries!!

Your's looks good! Mine is a mess!

we share similar tastes in cook books. Out of curiosity, how did you find out your son has a carageenan allergy?

What a fabulous pantry, it looks so spacious and organised :)

Beautifully organized. My problem would be opening the door to find something and being sidetracked by a cookbook. I love the idea of having them shelved with the food items.

A pantry with cookbooks - how wonderful! I love that you've stocked up on Skippy Peanut Butter...

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