If You Could Start/Stock Your Kitchen Again, What Would You Do Differently?
Last edited 07/06/2019 - 11:05
I'm sure my family's household isn't the only household in the world where over the course of so many years, we have multiple utensils/items around the kitchen which all do the same thing, but at different levels of effectiveness.
We have about 4 different blenders, only 2 of which we use. We have 3 entire sets of disorganised and not even similar, cutlery.
We have about 12 peelers (Only ever use one at a time, and cannot understnad why anyone needs multipl peelerS).
We have an elextric can openener, an electric knife sharpenner, but we also have mechanical/manual versions of both things.
The main idea i'm demonstrating above is that there are a lot of doubling up/wastage and inefficiencies in the kitchen, which offcourse…costs a lot of money. (And hence isn't the Ozbarganin Way).
I'm fortunate enough to be moving out from home and setting up a new kitchen. My partner and I will live togehter in a small place. We plan to cook most meals at home (Opposed to take out).
What recommendations do you have for me for utensils and things you wish you bought earlier etc?
E.g. Once bought a nutribullet 900w ($70 from Bing Lee, from Ozb). Love it. Wish I bought it earlier.
EDIT: Based on comments below - Seeking suggestions on a value for money pots/pans and Knife set, preferably with life-time guarantee