I’ve been showing off my fridge organization for like a month, so I’m finally going to share how I do it!
What I Buy:
Every week I get a bunch of fresh produce and wash it really well before putting it away. This way, it’s all ready to eat.
When it comes to choosing fruit, each week I like to have a different variety while still focusing on what’s in season. This makes it healthier and more affordable.
I probably go through 20 limes and lemons each week because I use them on literally everything. They add so much healthy flavor and look really nice in the fridge :).
Lettuce. With lettuce, in addition to washing it, I also dry it in a salad spinner BEFORE adding it to a container to make it stay fresh longer. I’m really into red and green leaf lettuce right now.
Portobellos. Since portobellos aren’t a grab-and-go snack, I don’t find it necessary to wash them. I just remove the stem and wash when I’m ready to cook.
Plant Milk. I love adding my plant milk to glass milk cartons because it looks really nice and aesthetic in the fridge…which weirdly makes me happy.
Containers. The containers I use have layers, so the extra water drains out and the produce doesn’t go bad. I add ginger and herbs to mason jars and it looks super cute.
Location. I like to organize all the fruits and veggies next to each other in 2 rows and then different kinds of drinks on different shelves. In the bottom drawer, I keep all of my kelp noodles, leftovers and bread. On the top shelf, I have Spindrift, Poppi, soda and some of my favorite homemade lemon cayenne water.
Having everything all prepped makes it so much easier to stay healthy and grab for fruit or veggies as a quick snack instead of something like chips. I hope you guys found this helpful!
Links to Containers:
- Large Fridge Bin: https://bit.ly/326UDFa
- Small Fridge Bin: https://bit.ly/3j6Ki2T
- Berry & fruit bins: https://bit.ly/34kIShe