Tuesday, 1 April 2014

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Know Your Kitchen with this Kitchen Essentials Infographic

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The kitchen is the heart of every home, but are you using your kitchen to its full potential? This info graphic created by Pennywell outlines the kitchen essentials you need to know about. From ensuring you know your knives to how to properly measure your grain to water ratios. This helpful guide starts off with a look at the Work Triangle, this tried and tested, applied ergonomic principle ensures that you are making the best use of the space you have in the kitchen. Typically, as the busiest room in the house this method places the three most used areas of the kitchen, the sink, refrigerator and stove an efficient and equal distinct apart which reduces traffic in the kitchen and increases efficiency.
The next area of the kitchen this infographic examines is ‘Know your Knives’, how many of your knives do you think you are using correctly and for the intended purpose? ‘Know your Knives’ has provided a useful outline of the most common knives in the kitchen and what they are actually intended for from meat and poultry to cutting fish and vegetables.

Similarly to knowing your knives, the ‘Pan Preparation’ section outlines what pans are best suited to what method of cooking. A really simple way to improve how you cook in your kitchen is to colour coordinate chopping boards as per the example in this info graphic. By doing this you are greatly reducing the risk of cross contamination when preparing food.


Grain to Water ratios will ensure you will have perfectly cooked grains from now on and will never have to suffer over or undercooked rice again! ‘Kitchen Conversions’ will be your best friend in the kitchen when you need to know exactly the right amount to use from a tsp to a Fl Oz.

You will never go wrong with your measurements again! The final section of this info graphic gives you the top 4 mobile apps to download to help you be Queen or King of your kitchen!
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Kitchen Essential

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