It’s taken me many years to find a spice organization system that works for me. I’m short, so I hate keeping them in a high cupboard where I can’t see any of the labels, and keeping them on a wall-mounted rack exposes them to too much heat and light. And those pre-labeled spice jars never include some of the more esoteric spices in my collection (hey, I like everything to match). The solution is these squat, sturdy glass jars, which I pair with these chalkboard labels that fit perfectly on the lid (you can write on the label with the included chalk pen and wipe it away if you change what’s in the jar). The 4.5-oz. jars are perfect for holding a standard bottle’s worth of ground spices, and the opening is wide enough for most measuring spoons. I also keep a few 12.5-oz. jars for the spices I go through fastest (I’m looking at you, whole cumin seeds). I line them all up in a wide, shallow drawer just under my counter, so they’re protected from the light but easily at my fingertips.