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10 Tips to Organize Your Kitchen

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A Chef's kitchen needs to be organized to be productive and efficient. Our chefs often give tips on how they keep their kitchens optimized in our cooking classes. Here are some quick tips to help you get your kitchen more functional.

1. KEEP YOUR GO-TO TOOLS HANDY

Quit fumbling around in your utensil drawer every time you need your wooden spoon. Place a utensil holder next to your stove for easy access to the tools you use on a daily basis. Maybe it's a large mason jar or a colourful vase - get creative with the holder itself and match your kitchen decor!

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2. STORE MORNING BEVERAGES IN A PRIME LOCATION

Keep your coffee, tea and sugar in airtight containers next to your coffee maker and tea kettle to save a few extra steps in the morning.

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3. USE YOUR WALLS FOR STORAGE

If you find drawer or countertop space an issue, an easy fix is to use your walls to help organize. Use curtain rods or tower racks to hang essentials like pots and pans to save drawer or cupboard space. You'll be able to grab what you need quick.

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4. GET YOUR SPICES IN ORDER

We can't stress this tip enough. Spices are a daily essential and keeping them organized means quicker meals and better use of your spice budget. Enough of the mismatched spice cupboard! Transfer your spices into mason jars or any other air-tight jars that you're able to stack. Just make sure to label them!

5. MAKE THE MOST OUT OF YOUR CUPBOARDS

Spend the extra money on risers for your cupboards. They allow you to double or even triple your space. Once you add that space and functionality, you'll see it was money well spent.

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6. CREATE A KITCHEN FLOW

When you're thinking of what to store in cupboards, consider the layout of your kitchen and how you flow through the space. Puttin