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Thread: Useless Kitchen Items

  1. #76
    Super Member moonrise's Avatar
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    Northwest Georgia
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    Most Useless:
    Food Dehydrator
    Waffle Iron (the plates aren't removable, making it a pain in the patootie to clean)
    Sandwich Maker (same reason as above)
    Stick Blender (used once!)
    Vacuum Sealer
    Good China (My mom bought the set for me, but it's not dishwasher safe, making it very impractical. Never used it.)
    Coffee Cups (DH rarely drinks coffee; I don't drink it at all)
    Blender

    Most Useful:
    KitchenAid Mixer
    Vidalia Chop Wizard (love it for chopping onions)
    Juicer (even though it's a pain to clean the filter screen thingy)
    Microwave Popcorn Bowl
    Jar Opener
    Wisks
    Small Coffee Pot (I use it to make tea! )
    Cast Iron Skillet
    Parchment Paper (love it for baking cookies, biscuits, fish sticks, french fries, etc.)
    Dishwasher!!!!! (I *loathe* hand-washing dishes! I would rather clean the toilet! LOL!)

  2. #77
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    Location
    Massachusetts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Onebyone View Post
    I use my bread machine to mix and knead double batches of dough. I take it out and let it rise in a bowl. After first rise I shape and freeze. All I have to do is thaw and let rise again and bake. I can have six loaves of bread and rolls in the freezer in an afternoon.
    About how long does it take for a loaf to thaw and rise again before you bake it? I'd like to try your method.
    Sally

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