Reddit Reddit reviews Lipper International 826 Bamboo Wood Kitchen Tools in Mesh Bag, 6-Piece Set

We found 6 Reddit comments about Lipper International 826 Bamboo Wood Kitchen Tools in Mesh Bag, 6-Piece Set. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Lipper International 826 Bamboo Wood Kitchen Tools in Mesh Bag, 6-Piece Set
Set of 6 versatile bamboo wood tools for cookingSafe for use on all cooking surfacesGentle on your pots and pansMade from bamboo wood, a natural and renewable resourceMeasures (W x D x H): 12" x 2 1/2" x 1/4" (each tool)
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6 Reddit comments about Lipper International 826 Bamboo Wood Kitchen Tools in Mesh Bag, 6-Piece Set:

u/ReginaldCartwright · 3 pointsr/declutter

>How often do you cook? Do you enjoy it?

Cook once a day, but I reheat or prep lunch and breakfast.


>What decluttering tips you have?

  1. Buy a quality pan, pot and knife. You can do 90% of cooking with a le creuset crock pot. Add in a cast iron skillet and you're golden. Buy a really great knife and keep it sharp. Use this for everything. It's much faster, easier than any unitasker. Then simply wash as you go. You can invest, but also look out for second hang/craig's list.

  2. Buy a set of cheap wooden spoons and replace them every year. In fact, if you get this set of 8, that should last you 2 years.

  3. If you bake then silicon is your friend. Pick up a silicon baking mat, and silicon cupcake moulds (can also be used for making chocolates, cookies, ice cubes, etc).

  4. Buy tuperware and then label the hell out of it (it will get stolen). Do a purge once a year to remove orphaned lids etc.



u/alphalpha_particle · 2 pointsr/college

In terms of kitchen equipment, cheap kitchen utensils should be fine through college.

I have bamboo kitchen utensils, which are actually quite cheap while still functional.

I'm not really a fan of plastics in the kitchen, but plastic cutting boards and bowls/plates are cheap and durable (make sure they're dishwasher/microwave safe).

One good chef's knife is all you need for the most part. Something like this is enough.

A coffee maker just needs to be able to heat the water and pour it through a filter, yeah the Mr. Coffee maker is fine. Even cheaper alternative: a coffee dripper.

u/TeresaLyn · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

WOOD

Cool notebook

Teachers Carry All

Love Math

Chinese jumprope at recess

School Sloth Would Be the Best Mascot

Favorite Lunch Snack

Favorite Picture Book Peanuts Rock!

Cute Cool Backpack

Waiting for Dinner

Bonus 1


In school, you're taught a lesson and then given a test. In life, you're given a test that teaches you a lesson.

edit: forgot number 3

u/rlblackst · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I need some cooking spoons for my place. I know they are more kitcheny, but they are essential!

STOCK MY HOUSE !

u/quitelike · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Kitchen utensils, because I'm old. As far as a song, "The Medic' by Foxing. Thank you for the contest :)

u/Gandalfs_Soap · 1 pointr/GiftIdeas

My gf's parents got me a set of bamboo spatulas and a bamboo cutting board set. It is the best housewarming gift I have ever had. I just searched bamboo on amazon so this is what came up. I can show you what I have but I don't want to get out of bed atm.