What’s a girl to do?
One of my very dear friends is living full time in a camper now. According to my children, that makes us copycats.
She did the leg work on finding an awesome spice rack/organizer.
So I did the only proper thing a copycat could do. I bought one.
Ladies and gents…I present to you the Zevro MSR1400 Zero Gravity Magnetic Spice Rack.
In my opinion, if your spice rack has a model number, is magnetic, AND zero gravity, it pretty much rocks.
It comes with these handy little labels that are pre-printed and oh so simple.
There wasn’t any label for some of my spices such as Cream of Tartar or Allspice. Maybe Allspice isn’t considered a common spice??
Do you use Allspice much? I do during Fall more because of baking.
That camper oven may just change my entire world. And not in a warm, fuzzy, happy sorta way.
Anyway, I’m over it.
So we filled them up with the spices I use most often.
We were able to downsize from this…
The best part about this spice rack, it hangs on the wall.
So there is one more thing to show you…
You can either close the opening, open it to sprinkle or open it to pour.
See that little white ball below? Well, that is the slider that you can move to control the flow of the seasoning.
And Pour Position
If I had a traditional home, I’d love to use this spice rack. I do wish the jars were stainless steel (they are plastic) but I’m guessing that has to do with the actual zero-gravity feature.
I got mine from Amazon for just under $40, the reviews are pretty mixed but I tend to think the low ratings were due to user-error.
I purchased the 12 canister set, but it is also available as an 8 or 6 canister set.
Our old spice cabinet was a mess in spite of my efforts to organize it. This is one of the best options I have found.