Why you should use glass jars for storage in your fridge and pantry
Gone are the days when empty ice cream tins and margarine jars were the go-to for storing items in your kitchen, especially leftovers. From mismatched lids to cracked covers, so many things are off about using these for storage. And if I’m being honest, it’s also not the prettiest sight to see. There’s also a risk in leaving your dry foodstuff in their packaging bags. Should water sip in, you run the risk of your month’s stock developing mold and going bad. To be on the safe side, it’s best to use glass jars for storage in your kitchen: your pantry and your fridge.
1.Glass jars are beautiful
I don’t know about you, but I find pantries and fridges organized using glass jars very aesthetically pleasing
2.They don’t stain
No matter what is stored in a glass jar, you’ll never find a trace of it after
transferring. Every time you clean them, they’re as good as new.
3.You can see what’s in the jar
Who wants mystery in their pantry or fridge? The fact that you can see the contents of the jar helps you to track. You can easily tell what’s about to run out and what you need to replenish in your next shopping run
4.They don’t retain flavor/smell
I like that glass jars don’t absorb the flavor of the contents. This always leaves your pantry and fridge airy and smelling fresh.
5.They can be heated
With glass jars, you don’t have to be concerned about any chemicals leaching into your food when microwaving. They’re absolutely safe to heat
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