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Other People's Pantries #55

From Kristianna (Home Sweet Homestead), in New England:

My pantry doubles as my laundry room and is right off the kitchen. I stock up as much as possible through the summer and fall each year, so I don't have to shop as often in the winter.


The photo is the top half of my metro-style shelf #1. 

I have a small hutch that holds all of my spices on the top shelves closer to the stove. And I have more grains and pasta stored in canning jars in the kitchen cupboards. I cook mostly from scratch and we eat as much organic food as possible, since there are so many growing bodies in our family.

(Read more about Kristianna's pantry and see more photos here.)

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

Come on -- show us your pantry.

*Other People's Pantries will be ending to make way for a new Saturday feature. However, we'll keep peeking in pantries as long as you keep sending your pantry photos. So, please send your photos as soon as possible.

Here's how.

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Love the metro wire shelving!
So nice to be so well stocked - makes one feel safe and secure.

Looking forward to finding out what the next Saturday feature will be!

Sounds good to me. Well stocked.

Hi - I just jumped over to your blog and I do have a question - Why would you grind grains? I have over 130 pounds of different types of flours and I've never had any real issues, is it because grains that are already ground take up more space?
You gotta love those Meto shelves they are such a life saver.

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