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I'm not sure if my spice assortment is average or a little on the excessive side, but one method of storing spices just doesn't fully meet the need. That's why I have to use more than one spice storage method. And that's fine, because some spices are handier in my baking corner, while others are more suited near the stove.

The most popular type of spice storage is a rack and there's quite a variety of innovative styles to choose from. The rack featured on this page is a Rev-A-Shelf Adjustable Rack for installing inside a cabinet door. This kind of system works well for some and utilizes those hidden little storage spaces. Compare Prices of Rev-A-Shelf Rack

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January 29, 2013 at 5:37 am
(1) John C. Campbell III says:

I’ve contrived a variety of spice storage solutions in my kitchen, the latest (not to be installed till after the grandkids visit in two weeks) is a coffee barrel I engraved the outside of, cut in half (top to bottom) and mounted half moon shelves in. with rails on the front of each.
The problem is more a matter of “age control” on the spices I have. I try as much as possible to only buy whole spices (and I buy in bulk from Starwest Botanicals) but some things like Indian Tumeric is just easier to get in ground form (grinding Tumeric is a pain in the ______.).

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