We've mentioned the prospect of using a lazy susan in your kitchen cupboards to make accessing everything easier, and Ydna at IKEA Hacker highlights a cheap way of doing it: with the $14.99 Snudda model. I'm embarrassed I didn't think of this myself. [IKEA Hackers]
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