Preventing Kitchen Disasters Using Stamp Labels

The kitchen is where we do all the food preparations. Where you’re crafting the food to either give to others, or for yourself.  Now, what would happen if it is not organised? Mix-ups between the ingredients could happen which can greatly affect your prepared goodies. Stamp labels can prevent these from happening.

 

Here’s how stamps can help you organise your kitchen:

 

  • Keeping Food Fresh

We all want the good things in life and that includes good food. To be able to have a good food, you need to have a fresh ingredients. Because if the food you’re preparing is not fresh then the food you’re going to make would only be as good as the ingredients you have on your shelves.

But, even at our young age, we often forget things. This includes the time and date of when we bought our fresh ingredients. And unless the food gets dry and wrinkled, we won’t notice that the food is no longer fresh. And we even wonder why the meal does not taste good. Believe me it happens to all of us.

Date Stamps can help you keep track of the food items you bought, especially the organic foods which may go bad real quick. How? By marking your food with the date of purchase of  the item, you are able to keep track if the food you bought is still fresh or not. Of course, if you know when you bought the item, you’ll know when it’s still edible or,when it’s going to go bad. This stops you from using expired condiments on family meals and even boxed lunches.

 

  • Marking Your Personal Food

This may not apply to a household that shares all their food items. However, to people who are renting. Those who are sharing one fridge and cupboards, you know very well that you need to mark your items.  Or else, other people may eat your food. Most of the time, you’re using a marker to mark your own food items. And there are times when you’d have to search for that marker to label what’s yours from store bought foods to fresh produce.

Now, with a personalised stamp, that you designed yourself, you can mark what’s yours and even what’s theirs with stamps. For example, you want to keep the people away from your chocolate cake, you can make a rubber stamp that says ‘Heather’s. Do NOT Touch’.

The good thing about stamps is that just like a marker, it is light and is easy to carry. However, this time, instead of writing on the items, you’re only going to stamp on the wrapper.

If you’re worried about the cost of a personalised stamp— you don’t have to because a personalised stamp is cheap and just as affordable as your regular marker. Plus, you can just create your own stamp and order rubber stamps online. You don’t have to visit the shop since the stamp will also be delivered right on your front door.

 

 

  • Organising Foods

An organised kitchen helps you finish food preparations faster. Especially if you know what shelves are the knives and utensils are kept, where the spices are kept, and where are the fresh goods are stored. This is why it is important for you to label your kitchen, especially if you have other people in your house when you’re not around.

This may not be very applicable to the big obvious objects and items in your kitchen, but when it comes to the small things such as sugar, salt, flours and spices, you may pick the wrong one and instead of making your dish, or baked goodie to taste better, it’s just going to kill the flavour you have built up.

By putting a label for each of the containers on each of your ingredients, you are preventing the confusion that’s bound to happen if there are no labels. Using rubber stamps you can easily label the container for your ingredients. While you’re, you can get creative with the labels. You can use tags on bottled goods such as olive oils, vegetable oils, and corn oils. You can buy labelling tags, and sticker papers, then mark it using a rubber stamp.

 

Final Thoughts

Kitchen organisation is the one thing that is always forgotten and overlooked by most people around. Using stamps, you can keep track of your bought foods to keep them fresh, keep other people away from touching your foods and most importantly, you’ll be able to organise your foods and ingredients. An organised kitchen can produce excellent dishes and baked goods.

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