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Kitchen Hacks: Eight Things That Make Cooking Easier

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In the kitchen you would like to be as talented as Jamie Oliver or Tim Mälzer, but unfortunately your attempts at cooking usually end in disaster (or in the garbage can)? That is by no means a reason to bury your head in the sand! Instead of collecting loyalty points from the pizza delivery company, you’d better invest some money in these eight kitchen helpers that are guaranteed to make you a chef too.

A tablet stand so that you can easily follow the cooking tutorials:

Lamicall tablet stand – 19.98 euros at Amazon *

Herbal scissors make chopping herbs child’s play

Turata herb scissors – 12.99 euros at Amazon *

A draining aid for the pot so that you never have pasta again
have to fish from the drain:

Sentana pot sieve – 15.97 euros at Amazon *

An avocado cutter that peels, slices, and pits avocados:

Lemcase avocado cutter – 9.94 euros at Amazon *

A lettuce cutting device that you can use in no time at all
have perfectly cut lettuce:

Relaxdays salad cutter – 8.90 euros at Amazon *

A mini mixer for dips, sauces and shakes:

WMF Mini Smoothie Maker Kult Mix & Go – 30.90 euros at Amazon *

More mixers: The best mixers for smoothies and shakes

A rice cooker so that you always have perfectly cooked rice:

Rice hunger rice cooker (1.2l / 500W / 220V) – 39.99 euros at Amazon *

Sharp knives that save you frustration:

Wakoli Damascus Knife Set – € 139.99 at Amazon *

More knives: The best kitchen knife sets

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