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Need storage ideas for bulk granola and other dry goods

IndyGirl | Feb 11, 201204:16 PM     17

Hi everyone,
Well, one of the threads on here got me making my own granola. I made sixteen pans of it tonight so I won't have to make more for a while! However, I need a way to store it (and other dry goods like flour and sugar).

If it's plastic, I really want something BPA-free and would appreciate those recommendations. However, I am not sure I want plastic.

A few years ago, in a different house, we had a pantry pests issue. So I also want something that will keep those horrible critters out. I guess that only something that really seals will do the trick---horrible thought ,but I guess that they can crawl up through the rings of jars that screw shut (SHUDDER).

So, taking all of this into account...what are your best dry goods storage options?

thanks!

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