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Old 09-03-2014, 09:22 PM   #31
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It didn't look it when she used it on Food Network. She ground quite a lot of pepper too.
Were her hands much younger than yours? No way can I turn a knob like that. It is one of the reasons they don't have door knobs in our apartments. All doors are opened with pressure handles or pull ones on cabinets. When arthritis hits the fingers, there is no way you can grab a knob of any kind.
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Old 09-04-2014, 05:05 PM   #32
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Were her hands much younger than yours? No way can I turn a knob like that. It is one of the reasons they don't have door knobs in our apartments. All doors are opened with pressure handles or pull ones on cabinets. When arthritis hits the fingers, there is no way you can grab a knob of any kind.
No, I believe she's a couple of years older! The handle is bigger than it looks on the photo and appears to be pretty easy to work.
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