Pantry Organization Tour

This week I am opening up my pantry to show you what I keep inside, and how I organize it all.

Here is a list of the basics that I almost always keep on hand:

A tour of what I keep in my pantry and how it is stored and organized.

Shelf #1

  • organic canned tomatoes and tomato paste
  • organic peanutbutter
  • homemade organic pickles
  • wild caught tuna
  • organic ketchup
  • organic hot sauce and wing sauce
  • black olives
  • homemade organic strawberry and peach jam
  • homemade dehydrated chicken bouillon
  • grassfed gelatin
  • anchovies and sardines

Shelf #2

  • vanilla
  • cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, cloves
  • organic coffee and instant coffee (for baking)
  • organic coconut oil
  • organic olive oil
  • avocado oil
  • balsamic vinegar
  • white wine vinegar
  • homemade apple cider vinegar
  • refined coconut oil
  • organic white wine
  • brandy
  • organic brown rice pasta
  • organic quinoa

Shelf #3

  • baking soda, baking powder, yeast, organic coconut flakes
  • organic raisins
  • arrowroot flour
  • organic cacao powder
  • organic molasses
  • organic rice
  • organic cornmeal
  • sucanat (evaporated cane juice, the completely unrefined form of sugar)
  • organic white sugar
  • organic oatmeal
  • organic whole wheat flour
  • organic white flour

A tour of what I keep in my pantry and how it is stored and organized

Shelf #4

  • raw honey
  • homemade trail mix
  • homemade bread and organic corn chips in bread box
  • organic popcorn
  • organic black beans
  • sesame seeds
  • walnuts
  • pecans
  • almonds

Floor

  • wooden serving tray
  • pizza stone
  • onions
  • garlic
  • russet potatoes
  • sweet potatoes
  • eggs
  • wheat berries

Things I sometimes have in my pantry:

  • fermenting beverages like kefir
  • more chip bags
  • other homemade treats like granola, granola bars, or a pie
  • A larger variety of beans

Just like in my fridge, I like to stick to a organizational theme, and of course, glass jars are my top pick.

Here are the gallon and 2 gallon jars that I use.

How do you organize your pantry?

A tour of what I keep in my pantry and how it is stored and organized.

 

  
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6 responses to “Pantry Organization Tour”

  1. Christie says:

    Looks great Angi! I like your use of jars. What do you use gelatin for? I’m guessing not a jello mold. 😉

    • Angi says:

      Hi Christie! Thank you. 🙂 I actually do make jello sometimes with the gelatin. Fruit juice + gelatin makes a yummy snack that is actually pretty good for you. I also use it to make a no-bake cheesecake recipe, and I occasionally add some to my hot drinks for more protein. It is pretty flavorless on its own.

  2. Liz Dyer says:

    I love your big jars, where do you find them?

  3. Mimi Gregor says:

    I generally find lots of interesting-looking glass jars of different sizes at yard sales for a very low price. It doesn’t matter to me if they match; I kind of like the fact that they don’t. I label even obvious stuff like oatmeal and corn meal, however, for a very good reason: I also add how much of the grain to add to how much liquid, and how long to cook it. It saves me from looking it up in my recipe file.

    • Angi says:

      Great idea Mimi! I am kind of a memorization nerd, so I always just go from my memory, but I might need to start doing something like that as my kids get older and begin cooking on there own. 🙂

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