easy and Affordable Kitchen Tools for Healthy Cooking

 
I do a fair bit of cooking demos and I'm happy to say I don't bring a lot of fancy health-cooking gizmos along. Just some simple, affordable basics. It's best to fix taking into consideration natural materials- wood, bamboo, glass and ceramic/stone. Not and no-one else are they more natural and risk less contamination to your foods, but they lend more natural beauty to your kitchen as well.
 
So what are some of the critical wholesome eating kitchen tools that I recommend, that most anyone can afford?
 
Wooden or bamboo biting Kitchen Sink for you - avoid plastic and synthetics. I taking into account having a small board designated for onions and garlic, and a larger board for fruits and veggies. Alternatively you could mark one side of a board for onions/garlic and the further side for fruits/veggies.
 
Bamboo cooking utensils- quite inexpensive, simple to clean and so handsome in the kitchen!
 
A large chef's knife- great for sour onions and large fruits and veggies. Mine isn't all fancy- just from a department store. maybe a $75.00 knife is worth it, but I just can't bring myself to make the investment to locate out.
 
Smaller serrated and paring knifes- for acid fruit and veggies
 
Vegetable peeler- theOXO brand peeler is great.
 
A garlic press- I love my Pampered cook garlic press.
 
Glass or ceramic mixing bowls- don't interact subsequently the ingredients in the bowl.
 
Glass measuring pitchers- a 2 mug and a 4 cup. These are in point of fact within reach for measuring ingredients, for measuring water and to use past mixing in the works little amounts of ingredients or the damp ingredients for a recipe.
 
Measuring cups and spoons- in general, I don't following any fancy measuring tools- especially not the malleable measuring cups and spoons. They might be friendly to use, but can be miserable to clean. I save two sets of measuring cups lead two to three sets of measuring spoons in surgically remove little bins in a drawer at my island (where I reach most of my food prep). I throw the "1/2 Tbsp." trial (they understand in the works tone and are used thus infrequently).
 
Glass canning jars (1/2 pint for drinking, pint for drinking and storage and quart-size for storage and sprouting)
 
Spoonula- fittingly easily reached for mixing and scraping. This is the solitary silicone tool I use (I'll probably convince myself out of using it soon).
 
Salad spinner- a tiny pricier purchase, but completely worth it if you're going to be preparing salads regularly. I recommend the OXO brand.
 
Baking stones- a tiny bit of a splurge here. These are not the cheapest items, but are a wholesome accessory to your kitchen and permit for easy clean-up. Check online and at yardsales for fine buys upon these.
 
And, last but not least, one of my favorites: the push-up measuring cup! This is good for oily or sticky ingredients (nut butters, coconut oil, honey, molasses, etc.). You simply attraction the inner mug by the side of to the marking for the amount you desire, go to the otherwise messy ingredient and later push the inner liner from the bottom. No scooping and scraping out of a usual cup. Also, you can continue to reuse it for more messy ingredients in the similar recipe without washing. And it cleans taking place easily in the dishwasher.

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