Yes, it’s a luxury, but I love putting nice, neat, easy to read labels on jars with my nifty Dymo LetraTag Label Maker. It’s more useful than you might think.
Labels on jars make it easy to find what you’re looking for so you can get your food prep done faster. You can even label your cabinet shelves so food items always go back to the right place and you don’t have to hunt around for them in the heat of the dinner moment. It may seem a little OCD, but from the kitchen and pantry to the garage and home office, an inexpensive labeler helps you stay organized for more efficient workflow.
Published On: 9/25/2018 Last Modified: 5/6/2021
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