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9/17/13 8:11 A

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wow, there are so many, and sometimes they go in phases

- Breville Food Processor
- Kitchen Aid Mixer
- Breville Immersion Blender (I had a different one, but this one has lots of attachments so it makes it much more versatile)
- Spiral Slicer
- Lagostina Cookware
- Paderno Cookware (mainly fry pans, which are not included in other set)
- measuring implements

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Ok, well, I have to admit I use the microwave daily. So if I didn't have one, I would definitely miss it.

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All my gadgets that makes the process easier and messy free

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- Vitamix
- Le Creuset casserole dish with lid
- Le Creuset panini skillet
- All my other cast iron pans - so much better than non-stick!
- Julienner

For my coffee needs:
- Percolator
- French Press
- Nesspresso machine
- Milk frother

And, finally:
- Assorted oils and vinegars: white and black truffle oils, walnut oil, sesame and safflower oils, maple balsamic vinegar, extra fruity olive oil, and spicy balsamic vinegar.
- Assorted spices/salt/herbs: I only buy top-shelf spices since the taste is more pure, you use less in recipes. Besides the basics, my new favourites are: smoked paprika, vanilla salt, sea salt flakes, etc.

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I love all my coffee-makers: my 1 cup, 4 cup, and 12 cup.

I wish I were not such a tight-wad and I would buy a Keurig® one-cup coffee maker where a person can buy the single little Keurig® packs of around 200 coffees, teas, hot chocolates, etc.

"If any thing is sacred the human body is sacred...Have you seen the fool that corrupted his own live body? or the fool that corrupted her own live body? " -- Whitman

“Trust thyself: every heart vibrates to that iron string.” -- Emerson

"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." -- Thoreau


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As for pots and pans I prefer my cast-iron skillet and pot. Sturdy, durable, holds and distributes heat well. I don't care much for non-stick pans, they tend to be flimsy and not last long. Plus if you are really unlucky and scrape it, the nonstick coating will disintegrate and pollute your food. I have some stainless steel casseroles that I also love and use, but they are starting to get worn out and will soon need replacing.

My chefs knife is my fav tool! I splurged and got a really good one. A well balanced knife makes a huge difference to the ease of cutting and slicing. Love it!

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9/13/13 11:50 A

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This morning, my dishwasher emoticon

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Today, the church freezer for it needs cleaned. Thanking God for using me. emoticon

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I love my baking utensils, as how I love baking.
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coffee maker.... and today food processor as I made fermented vegetables



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My kitchen aid standing mixer

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Of all the cooking tools I have ever used, my pastry/pizza crust mini-roller is my favorite. I use to flower the counter, roll out the pizza dough with a large rolling pin, make a mess, then have to transfer the dough to the pizza pan, cut off the edges, and have major cleanup, etc.

Now, I just put plastic wrap under my perforated pizza pan, sprinkle a bit of flower on the pan, put on my dough, and use my mini-roller to roll out the dough. I can flip the dough, flour it a bit more (add corn meal if I want), and finish rolling it out. I pick up the pan, lightly wipe off the bottom over the sink, and then fold up the plastic wrap and throw it away.

It has a small roller at one end and a somewhat bigger one at the other.

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My canning tools making salsa, emoticon

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measuring cups



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I have a juicer attachment, but have never used it. I personally prefer to blend everything into a smoothie to get the full nutrition of the fruit or veg. SP somewhere recommends limiting consumption of juice for that reason. A smoothie fills me up on less fruit, and therefore fewer cals than if I just knocked back the juice. And I love smoothies! But its a personal decision that only you can make. What works for you..... And what is the alternative? If you drink bought juice, then you would be better off making your own, and the juicernwould eventually pay for itself.



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6/30/13 2:25 P

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I'm still in love with my blender after all of these years, but am contemplating buying a juicer in the near future. Thoughts?!

Ash :)


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I have just acquired a sushi maker and a milk frother thatnheats the milk as it goes. I have donated my electric steamer to a friend as I do my steaming in a steam basket in a normal saucepan.



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I have the weird cooking tools which are very cool. I do medieval cookery, so I have fun pots for open fire cookery. It is an interesting learning experience.




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Glass prep bowls, with measurement markings in 1/4c increments. Got them from Pampered Chef, and I use them all the time. They're great for portion control, mixing up small amounts of stuff, melting butter, and as extra measuring cups when you're in the middle of a cooking extravaganza. They have lids so they can keep prepped or portioned items handy in the fridge, also.



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6/17/13 10:38 A

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Definitely my cast-iron grill pan, my steamer baskets, and my rice cooker (makes cooking quinoa and brown rice SO much easier!!)....but the one I use most is my electric teakettle.

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6/16/13 11:49 A

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Can't say I have any favorite cooking tools...I just use what I need to use when I need to use it. :)
My favorite kitchen toy is my Aerolatte frother! A teeny little battery-operated whirring whisk that froths my coffee, blends chocolate milk or cocoa, even mixes up jello powder! It's awesome--and just so darn fun! :)

It Is What It Is.... :)


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Thanks Pat for the idea about the cheap measuring cups and spoons--what a great idea.
My favorite now is a small food processor that grates, chops, blends etc. all in one and is small enough to leave out on the counter.
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White Paper towels to remove any excess fat from home made stock.

Pat in Maine.
I FEEL Healthier every day with my Spark Tracker.
I will do it slowly I like it that way.
Toodle-ooo! and Toodle- Pip!
JUST DO IT!

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Remember that while money talks, Friendships sing and laugh out loud.


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6/15/13 3:04 P

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My slow cooker. Set it off in the morning and dinner ready when I get in. No time for snacking or eating food whilst I'm cooking dinner. Plus it cooks everything beautifully!

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6/15/13 2:46 P

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My KitchenAid mixer, microplane, and wooden chopsticks (perfect for leveling flour, sugar, etc.).



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Measuring cups in every container I use a scoop in. I leave the I/4 cup in oat bran. 2 tablespoon for coffee, flaxseeds, and various other dry goods in Jars with screw tops. That way I know how much and where the spoons or cups are. Buy the cheap ones leave the pampered chef ones for the drawer.

Keeps you tracking faster.

Pat in Maine.
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I will do it slowly I like it that way.
Toodle-ooo! and Toodle- Pip!
JUST DO IT!

Be mindful that happiness isn't based on possessions, power, or prestige, but on relationships with people we love and respect.

Remember that while money talks, Friendships sing and laugh out loud.


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Pampered Chef slice and serve. I use it for everything!



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My George Forman Grill or the knock off I now have. And it is not because of the fat loss from the angled grill... I'm not even sure that help. It is the quick cooking time and awesome even cooking. I don't ever over cook or under cook with it. I use it for fish, chicken, and red meat. Best is I don't have to waist a the effort with a BBQ that I would feel obliged to put more food on than I need because it has the space. The Froman is great for one or two people. Dinner in 10 mins everytime.

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6/14/13 5:00 A

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Sharp knife.

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6/13/13 3:30 A

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Sharp knife, definitely, and my iron skillet. I do all my cooking in it. I just bought a new one to replace the one I bought three years ago. Never have to clean it if you don't want to. Just keep piling on the old cooked fragments of old food onto the new food. It is delicious. Your required two teaspoons of essential oil a day make a great patina for the skillet and are perfect for frying your food. If it gets out of control just wash it, oil it down and start over.

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6/12/13 11:25 P

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My salad spinner that I bought inexpensively at Walmart.



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Sharp knives and my cutting board rank top, followed by my juicer. I feel like I'm doing something good for myself when I use it.


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My chef knife!! And the cutting board my hubby made!

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I love my electric grill =)

I'm back in the race baby.


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My fruit knife emoticon



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6/10/13 11:02 P

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Without a doubt, the most used tool in my kitchen is my digital food scale. When I pay attention to the kitchen scale, the bathroom scale takes care of itself.




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Other than experience, know-how and a sense of humor? A good, sharp knife and cutting boards!

Edited by: AGILECAT at: 6/10/2013 (18:36)
Courage comes from the Old French for "heart". To be courageous literally means to do something heart-felt.


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now that it's warm, my grill and for a small dinner or lunch, my indoor GF grill

Simone

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My new George Foreman Grill - the grill parts remove for easy clean up!

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6/10/13 3:14 A

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My Spirelli Spiral Cutter. It is such a great tool! Now I can make "noodles" from squash & other veggies.

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My KitchenAid mixer, slicer, shredder emoticon .

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My avocado slicer. She's the BOMB!



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Cast iron skillet
Food processor
Measuring cups and food scale


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My pasta pot with the holes in the lid so I can pour out the water directly without having to dump it in a colander first

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my wok



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Scale and oven

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Wise advice. Pray

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my food processor and my sauce pan! :) emoticon

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slicer

god is good all the time


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Since I can't cook. I like to have a fire extinguisher and Excederin in the kitchen at all times.

“Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.” – Carl Bard





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We have a giant frying pan that's probably a foot-and-a-half in diameter with high sides and a glass lid. I use it all the time to make dinner; it's easy to separate the food into multiple servings right in the pan (so I don't have to measure each serving as I dish it out). I just give everyone one pre-portioned serving and put the last one in a box for leftovers.

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My blender, juicer and slow cooker.

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My crockpot, rice cooker, and programmable oven. All of them allow me to have dinner ready to dish up as soon as I walk in the door. I'm never tempted to hit the drive through or snack before dinner if our meal is already cooked and waiting!



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my scale, measuring cups and measuring spoons, they are the most used items in my house!


I got this!!!!


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My food processor! I make all kinds of soups, pestos, and healthy sauces with it.



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credit card I use it to eat out................. nah the weight scale for measuring what really goes into my tracker and mouth.

O, that this too too solid flesh would melt
Thaw and resolve itself into a dew!


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