The vegetable compartment of the refrigerator is messy. If you keep the vegetables you bought in bulk, you may find that the ingredients that have been pushed to the back are damaged and you may feel "a (sad)".
So, this time, I will introduce a method to easily organize the vegetable room using "something" without extra cost! Some are "empty PET bottles"! It is a good storage technique for both people and vegetables.
● Vegetable room storage with PET bottlesI use a 2L empty PET bottle. We recommend the one with a small body that is as smooth as possible. Cut this into a container, and store the vegetables inside. Especially for vegetables that grow vertically, such as carrots, burdock roots, and green onions, the freshness will last longer if they are stored upright!
First, use a cutter to separate the PET bottle around the center (adjust the size to fit your home refrigerator). If you are worried about the cut end, you can attach tape etc.
Set this in a place that fits well in the vegetable room, put the vegetables upright inside, and you're done!
By making it vertical, dead space is reduced, so you can effectively use the deep vegetable room, and it is easier to take out vegetables quickly. I'm also happy that the freshness lasts longer! Why don't you organize your refrigerator neatly at the timing of cleaning once a year?