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Sunday, 31 July 2016 10:53

There’s nothing better than a family meal!

Today, as we are increasingly busy and don’t have time for anything, we often forget about enjoying the moment. We no longer celebrate meals together, and this is, after all, one of the most important things that allows you to relax, but also to bring the family together.

That is why it is worth sacrificing a little time to revive this tradition. It’s worth eating together and even preparing at least one meal a day together. But how can this be done? After all, a large number of people working in the kitchen at the same time means real chaos.

 

This is where solutions for storing food by Ikea come in helpful. Systems of all kinds of containers and accessories fully adapted to the characteristics of particular food products allow for the quick and efficient preparation of food for the whole family. After cooking, it’s much easier to clean up such enjoyable chaos.

Who knows, perhaps you will be able to create a meal that will be worth taking a photo of and sharing with friends on social media?

Ikea’s promotion specialists had a tongue-in-cheek approach to the subject of sharing photos of meals. What’s it about? If you want to find out, click on the video at the bottom. We can only tell that you'll see the first social media in Europe, at a time close to the French Revolution. How were “likes” gained then? See for yourself :)

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