I rarely cook, but when I do, I like to spice things up by using all of my wife's exotic spices ? saffron, star anise, sumac, galangal, you name it, I've probably used it in the wrong way. Like probably most of you, I've been storing my spices in the carousel-style spice racks for quite some time. However, since my kitchen is somewhat lacking on counter space, the behemoth of a carousel is taking up too space ? a space that can be used up by my blender. Enter, Zevro's Zero Gravity Magnetic Spice Rack
, a name more space-age than the product itself, as the concept is really simple.
A slick-looking stainless-steel magnetic rack holds the 1 2/3 ounce canisters in place on both the bottom and top of the rack, in contrast to other shelves that do one or the other. This helps take your spices vertical to a place where they will free up valuable counter space in the kitchen. It also makes removing the spices from the rack and inserting them easier than the clunky standard shelves as you won't constantly have to wrestle with them.
I recommend the 14 piece set (12 canisters) because it can hold more spices ? you want to have room to store some sumac and galangal do you not? Some of the most popular online retailers were sold out, so after some research I found Comfort House had some in-stock
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