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Gradient Blues Silicone Cooking Utensils with Acacia  Wood Handle, Set of 5
Gradient Blues Silicone Cooking Utensils with Acacia Wood Handle, Set of 5by Fox Run(3)
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PACKAGE INCLUDES: 1 X Spoon 1 X Silicone Spoonula 1 X Non-Stick Spatula 1 X Fish/Omelets Turner 1 X Slotted Spoon FEATURES / BENEFITS: FDA Approved, BPA Free Heat Resistant Up to 240 degree celsius or 464 degree fahrenheit Non-Stick Protect Your Cookware from Scratch Bacteria and Odor Resistant Easy to Use, Easy to Clean Unique Design, Awesome Gift Backed By The Culinary Junction's 100% Satisfaction Guarantee CLEANING DIRECTION: Acacia wood should be hand-washed but not soaked in water and not exposed to extreme hot or cold temperatures. Please do not place them into dishwasher. WHAT IS ACACIA WOOD? Acacia wood is a type of wood that is derived from the Acacia genus of trees and shrubs which are native to Australia but are also found in Asia, the Pacific Islands, Africa and parts of the Americas. There are more than a thousand different varieties of Acacia tree. The hardwood that is derived from the tree is suitable for building long-lasting items of furniture and homewares. PROPERTIES AND QUALITIES People use acacia wood for many bathroom and kitchen collections because it is both highly durable and water-resistant - ideal for heavy-use items that are in frequent contact with liquids. It is claimed that even if acacia wood isn't treated or protected in any way, it can last up to 40 years. Acacia's durability means it isn't scratched easily, too, while its water-resistant properties means it won't warp readily and is highly resistant to fungus. Like many types of wood, acacia is naturally antibacterial, and is therefore safe to use for preparing or serving food.Read More
The right kitchen supplies will increase the efficiency of your cooking and make for an overall more enjoyable experience in the kitchen. To ensure you invest in the right pieces, start by considering basic tools such as spatulas, can openers and mixing bowls (and what you might need in that area), and then survey your specific set of culinary needs. Browse the plethora of products below to find your ideal kitchen gadgets!

What tools should every kitchen be stocked with?


Basic kitchen tools include things like a can opener, vegetable peelers, spatula, grater, cutting board, colander, masher, knife set and kitchen shears. For baking and cooking essentials, invest in mixing spoons, mixing bowls, measuring cups, hot pads, oven mitts, and a whisk.

What additional items might I consider?


Outside of the basics, it’s possible you’ll benefit from a stand-alone timer for cooking, or a thermometer to check your Thanksgiving turkey. Ceramic peelers prevent vegetables and fruits from bruising while peeling, and a mini food chopper are the perfect accessory for recipes that call for fine dicing. Grind herbs and spices with a mortar and pestle, zest lemons and limes with a zester, dish ice-cream with a scoop or add freshly chopped nuts to your meals with a nutcracker.

What should I keep in mind when purchasing kitchen tools?


Kitchen tools are aplenty, so do make sure you need the tools before purchasing. Think about how often you cook and what you’ll be cooking to decide on the right pieces. In addition, remember that you’ll have to store all these items: Don’t buy more than you have a place for.

Get inspired with our curated ideas for Kitchen Tools & Gadgets and find the perfect item for every room in your home. With such a wide selection of Kitchen Tools & Gadgets for sale, from brands like The-store, Made On Terra, and Boatman Geller, you’re sure to find something that you’ll love. Shop from Kitchen Tools & Gadgets, like the the Chef Specialties Pro Series Prentiss Salt Mill or the Architec Gripperwood Acacia Cutting Board, while discovering new home products and designs. Whether you’re looking to buy Kitchen Tools & Gadgets online or get inspiration for your home, you’ll find just what you’re looking for on Houzz.