Fresh vegetables and fruits in fidge cabinets. Strawberries, shitake mushrooms and spinach in the vegetable drawer of the opened fridge.

Part 2 of 3: How to Organize Your Fridge | Long-Lasting Options and Storage Suggestions

Welcome back to our eco-friendly kitchen series with Two Pillars! In our previous post, we covered the best practices and tips for organizing your fridge. Now, it's time to talk about long-lasting options and storage.

Let's start with a kitchen essential - storage bags. Say goodbye to single-use plastic bags and hello to ZipBag®! These reusable silicone bags are perfect for keeping your favorite snacks crisp, storing fresh produce or leftovers, bringing food on the go, or cooking sous vide. With a variety of sizes, you'll have the perfect bag for any occasion. Plus, they're dishwasher safe and BPA-free, making them a sustainable and safe option for your kitchen.

Another great option for long-lasting storage is the UniLid®. This universal lid fits all shapes and sizes with food tracking, making it the perfect eco-friendly replacement for plastic wrap. The silicone material is dishwasher safe and heat-resistant, making it easy to clean and use for warming up dishes in the oven or microwave.

Now, let's talk about the benefits of using a Duo Cover® in your kitchen. This next-generation microwave gadget uses MoistureLock™ technology to increase moisture in your food, delivering leftovers that taste better than the first time and a sparkling clean microwave. With easy stowaway microwave-safe magnets and a collapsible design, the Duo Cover® is a space-saving addition to any kitchen. Plus, it saves your fingers from those 'ouchie' moments when plates get hot!

Last but not least, we have the Swedish Dishcloth. This all-natural substitute for paper towels and cleaning cloths is perfect for cleaning up spills and messes in your fridge. With just one Swedish Dishcloth, you can replace 17 rolls of paper towels. Plus, they're compostable, making them a sustainable option for your kitchen.

In conclusion, using long-lasting options and storage in your kitchen is not only eco-friendly but also cost-effective. Consider investing in ZipBag®, UniLid®, Duo Cover®, and Swedish Dishcloth to make your kitchen more sustainable and efficient.

Stay tuned for our final post in the series, where we'll cover cleaning and maintenance tips for your fridge!

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