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Old 09-23-2016, 04:10 PM   #31
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Is it even possible to use limited kitchen tools, GG? Even when I make a "one-pot" meal, there are scads of tools, etc, that need cleaning...most of them don't play well with the dishwasher, either.
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Old 09-23-2016, 04:18 PM   #32
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Is it even possible to use limited kitchen tools, GG? Even when I make a "one-pot" meal, there are scads of tools, etc, that need cleaning...most of them don't play well with the dishwasher, either.
I know, that happens sometimes. I admit that last night, I used four bowls for the ingredients, which I put in the dishwasher, but otherwise, just my cutting board, knife, wooden spatula, another wooden spoon to test the pasta, and the Microplane for the cheese. Minimal!
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Congrats on getting ready to move, Steve!
Thank you! I am really starting to feel stoked about the move.
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