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Other People's Pantries #98

From Jules (Stonesoup/Minimalist Home Cooking) in Sydney, Australia:

I have two pantry sections -- an old book case that I've converted and the original cupboard that came with the house.

My pantry always used to be a complete mess until I started investing in glass canisters -- for some reason I now get excited about my pantry looking neat and tidy -- I must be getting old.



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

Come on -- show us your pantry.

Here's how.

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I love my recycled jars for staples but your glass jars just glisten! Impressive.

Is that vegemite back there???? I'm coming to visit if it is :)

nice pantry

Sweet - love the glassware and organization. Oh, Maldon salts...::sigh::

I am a big fan of Jules blog, so it's especially fun seeing this pantry! (And getting excited about the pantry looking neat and tidy is NOT a sign of being old! That's a good trait.)

Nice, love the jars. Just goes to show, a small space is all you need to cook good food. I too have been a visitor, great stuff.

I love the Australian entry, although it is intriguing to see people's pantrys from other countries,seeing similar products and brands in this pantry as my own was fun.

I love this pantry Its so neat and great looking that one feels like just picking up something and cooking right away

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