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Old 09-27-2020, 01:12 AM #11
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those corncob holders.u stick in each end of the cob as not to get your hands dirty.
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Old 09-28-2020, 04:38 PM #12
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No idea, we use so many gadgets. The turkey baster wins the prize for best implement for both kitchen and houseplant use.

Strainers get used a lot.
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Old 10-02-2020, 02:12 AM #14
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No idea, we use so many gadgets. The turkey baster wins the prize for best implement for both kitchen and houseplant use.

Strainers get used a lot.
Yup. Standard equipment for making butter. I have figured out to put the strainer down into the butter/mash (in the rice cooker), and just draw the butter with a baster from the inside of the mesh. Add more water, heat a little longer, butter rises to the top, repeat as needed. No need to try to squeeze the liquids out of the mash this way (no cheesecloth, no squishing mash in the strainer.
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I have two. My trusty kitchen knife and some tongs, which are really a medical instrument that looks like a giant pair of tweezers. I forget what they are called, but they are awesome for grilling or grabbing small things with precision. If I had to give up all my gadgets but two, those are the two I'd keep.
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how about a frog gig. not really a utensil but still cool.
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Chopsticks.handsdown.and a good chefs knive.all you will ever need.good thread dude! Oh! And a seasoned cast iron skillet.oh,I thought I was in the munchie mansion for a sec! Lol I still stand by it though!
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