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Post by AndrewPayton » Fri, 11 Sep 2020 2:11 pm

Kitchen Tools You Can Do Without

Kitchen gadgets have become more creative and stylish than ever! QVC and HSN, televised home shopping channels, have been leading the competition of selling exclusive top reviewed kitchen tools such as a veggie chopper, watermelon slicer, or garlic peeler.

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Most advertised items are priced reasonably at less than 20 dollars. Some are even priced at only a couple of bucks. It does not seem to cost you too much to acquire one, and the thrill of having an innovative and convenient kitchen gadgets will get any house maker excited. However, who needs more clutter in their kitchen? You can definitely still get the cooking done without these items. Here are three examples of kitchen tools you don’t need.

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Veggie Chopper, Fruit Slicer

There are so many variations of fruit and veggie choppers and slicers. A ratcheting pineapple slicer allows you to create perfect pineapple rings after only a twist. Apple and honey melon slicers are made quite similar in a round shape, with 12 blades inside to simultaneously separate the core and divide the fruit into perfect slices every time. A newer solution for eating watermelon is the windmill slicer cutter. When you push the watermelon slicer tool into watermelon, the cubes come out automatically in perfect sizes. All of these solutions can be done with traditional sharp knife, spoon and fork, however, so why spend your money on buying this extra tool?

Garlic Peeler

No one likes to peel garlic. It is a tedious, smelly chore that everyone avoids. Hence, there are a ton of garlic peelers being advertised to make this chore more pleasant. One garlic peeler is shaped like a tube. First you separate the cloves, insert them into the sleeve one by one, then roll it, and the skins will come right off. Another garlic peeler is in the form of a small box which holds multiple garlic cloves at once. After a simple twist and press, you get skinless cloves while keeping your fingers odor-free. These gadgets are nice to have if you work in a restaurant or are preparing for a big party where you will spend hours peeling garlic. For everyday meals, however, you can simply use a sturdy chef’s knife to press down the flat part of the blade slightly on the cloves, and the skin will slip right off. Another trick is to put the cloves into a tightly closed container, shake it vigorously for a few seconds, and you will get the same result.

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Shredder/ Grater

For the pulled pork lover, a meat shredder might be one of the best inventions. However, you can shred the meat the traditional way using a fork, or put your cooked meat into a stand mixer and turn on the paddle attachment. Another good-to-have kitchen tool is a butter grater. This little innovation shreds butter into small, spreadable strips so you can spread cold butter easily onto bread. However, a conventional fork and butter knife can do the job just as well.

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Final Thoughts

Save money and save your kitchen cabinet space by skipping these products and many others like them! They claim to make your life more convenient and make cooking simple, but in reality, they just make your kitchen cluttered. Instead, invest in the best of products for kitchens on Amazon prime and get the best uses out of them.
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Re: Returning to singapore

Post by ProvenPracticalFlexible » Fri, 11 Sep 2020 2:58 pm

ICA is the place to start:

https://www.ica.gov.sg/covid-19

It's all there what you need to do before, arrival and after.

As it changes quite frequently better follow the latest instead of asking how someone arrived 2 months ago.

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Post by TropicalExpat » Fri, 11 Sep 2020 3:10 pm

ProvenPracticalFlexible wrote:
Fri, 11 Sep 2020 2:58 pm
ICA is the place to start:

https://www.ica.gov.sg/covid-19

It's all there what you need to do before, arrival and after.

As it changes quite frequently better follow the latest instead of asking how someone arrived 2 months ago.
agreed

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