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1.A Rubbermaid food storage container capable of keeping produce fresh for a significantly longer amount of time. Get ready to save a ton of $$$ on groceries that tend to wilt away and die (I'm looking at you LETTUCE) within a mere five seconds after being placed in your fridge. Your life is actually about to change.
2.Door handle covers made from a plush cloth material. Their purpose? To catch dust and prevent your fridge from being riddled with smudges and fingerprints (no small feat).
3.A Takeya cold brew maker so you can drink your favorite caffeinated beverage whenever you please without the $5+ charge (NYC coffee = so damn expensive). This is cleverly designed with an airtight lid and stainless-steel filter to keep coffee fresh for up to two weeks.
4.Fridge bin liners to keep everything lookin' neat and clean. These washable liners are designed to prevent your fruit and veggies from *ew* sweating on the glass in your fridge. Goodbye, leafy green smudges and odors.
5.A bottle of Mike's Hot Honey you’ll never leave eat a meal without — ever again. This all-natural honey, chili pepper, and vinegar mixture add the perfect touch of spicy and sweet to any meal. Thought pizza was already perfect? Add some of this on a slice and prepare for your taste buds to explode.
6.A fridge deodorizer you can fill with baking soda or activated charcoal to get rid of that s-t-e-n-c-h. If your ice box has unbearable BO, consider this a 24/7 deodorant.
7.A pack of Japanese Daifuku Mochi sure to give your taste buds the thrill of their l-i-f-e. This particular kind has cream and strawberry jam filling, plus a light sprinkling of powdered sugar.
8.A magnetic whiteboard for to-do lists, "live laugh love" calligraphy, "no more milk" messages, etc. This whiteboard also comes with four fine-tip dry erase markers and a magnetic eraser.
9.A vacuum sealer here to prevent food waste *and* help you save money in the long run. This is fab if you prefer buying in bulk because it prolongs freshness, plus takes up less room in your fridge as opposed to bulky boxes.
10.Storage paper that prolongs the freshness of your favorite dairy byproduct and wine companion: CHEESE. This may look like regular paper, but it's *actually* designed to regulate humidity and help your favorite cheddar last way longer.
11.Souper Cubes freezing trays to keep leftovers fresh and not taking up precious space in the fridge. These stackable silicone trays are an amazing way to store soups and sauces until they're ready to be consumed.
12.A BPA-free lunch container, because soggy salads = the bane of my existence. This is cleverly designed with multiple compartments to keep greens, toppings, and dressings separate until you're ready to feast.
13.Reusable silicone bags to store the sandwich half you didn't eat. Not only will this stop you from using those wasteful plastic baggies, but these nontoxic silicone bags are also microwave- and dishwasher-safe and designed with a pinch-lock seal.
14.A plastic organizer that allows you to stack your favorite $7 bottle of red. No more hopelessly shoving that glass bottle into the side door of your fridge, begging it to fit, knowing it won't...
16.Anti-bacterial liners that cut clean-up time in half. Tomato juice everywhere? A mysterious vegetable half-frozen and reeking? Just pick up this liner, give it a good scrub, and BAM. Everything is clean. No need to take out complicated fridge shelving.
17.A turntable perfect for the smaller items currently cluttering your fridge. Use this lazy Susan to organize everything from condiments to coffee creamers, plus anything else that gets lost behind giant jugs of milk.
18.A fancy glass pitcher to make your boxed OJ seem like it was freshly-squeezed. If you want to add a bit of luxury to your daily routine, enter this carafe.
19.A magnetic poetry kit that allows your fridge to serve as the ultimate writing canvas. Just call your kitchen Starbucks because it's about to get "wallowing in a coffee shop" moody in there.
20.Reusable produce bags you can carry with you to the grocery store and straight back into your fridge. These keep fruits and veggies fresher for a longer period of time, plus they don't wreak havoc on the environment the way traditional plastic can.
21.A leak-proof champagne stopper to keep your favorite beverage as fizzy as the day it was popped. This built-in pressure pump preserves bubbles and therefore preserves champagne, meaning it won't go to waste if you don't finish an entire bottle the day it's opened. Now without further ado, can I get an ice cold mimosa please?
22.An eggshell-colored butter dish that is sure to be admired whenever someone goes to get a snack. This is just so pretty, just so practical.
23.A bottle of Just Syrup organic molasses with only two ingredients: organic California pomegranates and organic California dates. Drizzle this onto any food (here's looking at you, dull salad) for a touch of sweetness that's not packed with refined sugars and additives.
24.A magnetic checklist that serves as a constant reminder of everything you need from the grocery store — your milk is expired, their is *maybe* on egg left, and everything else is takeout. Note to self: you're out of everything. It's all Grubhub leftovers.
25.A transparent egg tray sure to make an egg-cellent addition to your kitchen (I'm sorry). The sturdy lid allows for you to stack things on top, giving you about 10000x more space and storage room.
26.An air-tight storage container perfect for deli meats, cheese, and BACON. Wave goodbye to dealing with plastic wrap, brown butcher paper, and sealable bags every time you go for a Kraft single.
Me, opening the fridge every two seconds to see if anything's changed: