Cool Tools in the Kitchen: Things We Recommend by Kevin Kelly, Steven Leckart

By Kevin Kelly, Steven Leckart

Kevin Kelly, Steven Leckart, "Cool instruments within the Kitchen: issues We Recommend"
English | 2011 | a hundred pages | writer: O’Reilly Media | PDF | 13.75 mb

Cool instruments quite paintings. a funky instrument may be any tried-and-true booklet, equipment, software program, video, map, undefined, fabric, or web site. The experiences during this booklet have been written via these people who've really used the device and others love it. We purely assessment issues outdated or new that we love and forget about the rest.

This is a curated choice of the easiest cool instruments for the Kitchen. it isn't meant as a purchasing record or record. reflect on this a jumping-off aspect for considering and re-thinking approximately what’s attainable on your kitchen. a few kitchens can definitely function with fewer and/or varied instruments; a few may well require extra. yet every thing we’ve incorporated here's really worth understanding approximately.

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Available from Amazon Or $10 from Lehman’s Easy Carbonated Water Maker Sodastream Home Soda Maker Concerned with our household’s waste-stream of plastic bottles and cans, we started using this counter-top soda maker to concoct our own soft drinks with tap water processed through a Britta. It’s easy to use. The durable bottles are said to be good for three years. Best of all, Sodastream’s proprietary CO2 cartridges can be conveniently exchanged either via mail or at accessible chain stores like WilliamsSonoma.

Jay Allison Magic Fish Scaler $11 Available from Cabela’s Bulk Pineapple Slicer Pineapple Slicer/Corer I’m not usually a big fan of single-use tools, but this is by far the only tool for this job. We had a party where I needed to core and slice three cases of pineapples, and what could have taken all day took but a few hours. No skill is needed. You just cut off the top of the pineapple and screw down the corer. Once you are at the bottom, pull out the meat and you’re done. The pineapple is evenly-sliced and you are left with a usable hull (for serving fruity drinks in, of course).

All juicers introduce some oxygen into the juice because of the mechanical process of extraction. With some fruits and vegetables, however, this machine does a noticeable job of reducing the amount of foam. Using two carrots from the same bag, I juiced one in a centrifugal juicer and one in the Omega. There was a lot less foam with the Omega, and the color of the juice was also darker and richer. Overall, I’m thrilled with my Omega 8003 juicer. I paid about $229 for mine, plus shipping. I feel that’s a very reasonable price to start changing my life and health.

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