Today is the first day that our Spring Cleaning frenzy begins! Step by step this month we will clean ourselves through the kitchen for a brighter, cleaner, more organized kitchen. This in turn will make our job cooking nourishing foods more fun and easier too.
And today it starts with the refrigerators and freezers.
There are few things as unpleasant as cleaning out the refrigerator when it hasn’t been for a while. There can be some unpleasant surprises lurking in the back quarters. However, there is also something so nice about having it clean. You can find what you want when you need it, it smells better, and you have room for your groceries. Well worth the effort.
I have been trying to clean out my refrigerator once a week before shopping day. This week, I went shopping a day early, and so had not cleaned out my refrigerator yet. So it got pretty full.
This is what it looked like. I had missed a few weeks in cleaning it out, so it had gotten pretty dirty too.
I took everything out one shelf at a time, wiped the inside out, threw away the bad food, and reorganized the remaining items as I put them back in the refrigerator. In the end, I had a still pretty full refrigerator (as remember I had just done my week shopping), but so much more organized and cleaner.
I still need to tackle the freezer and will post that later this week.
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