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- Set Great Expectations. Hang a chore chart in the kitchen. It will serve as a constant visual reminder–you can nag less, and everyone knows who is or isn’t doing their work.
- Team Work. When it comes to laundry, everyone can play a role…Kids can fold towels. Grade school kids can match socks. Bigger kids can deliver laundry baskets to bedrooms. The Samsung Smart Washer gets a lot of laundry done in a short amount of time, which helps team spirit.
- Organize by Function (Think Kindergarten Classroom): The key to organizing any kitchen, no matter what the layout, is to focus on function. In other words, you don’t store items according to where they fit, you store them according to where they are used.
- Advanced Preparation. Pick a day where you can prep food, clean and chop veggies for sides, salads and snacking. Cook rick in advance which can be used througout the week. With the Flex Duo Oven, you can roast so much food at once for upcoming meals – like a tray of veggies up top and a chicken for tacos or soup in the bottom oven. Advance work cuts weeknight prep time in half.
- You are What You Eat. Use the Grocery App on the LCD Fridge to keep track of expiration dates, setting alamrs that alert you before food spoils. The Memo App can be used to inventory the fresh produce you have on hand. Look up recipes by ingredient on the Epicurious to find creative ways to use the excess.