@boygenius1991 just hold out for a Vitamix. Vitamix is the best for absolutely destroying any fruit or veg, seeds and peels included and are super easy to clean. My Vitamix gets a daily workout and is like 10 years old
The story of the day cleverly ignores that the horrible thing about juicers is not the ~1 second it takes to slice a thing before it will go in the hole, but the half hour it takes to clean the implacable sludge out of the machine when you’re done.
@NoImNotNSA Agee except for the bread maker. I have consciously avoided bread makers. When I was a young adult fresh from BCT/AIT my mom purchased a bread maker, the house smelled great every day and I got fat for the first time in my life. I can resist, candy, soda, cakes but fresh baked bread that you have been smelling all day.
@mike808@NoImNotNSA We take the eggmuffin maker on vacation. The fam has breakfast made by my boys and wife and I get an extra 30 minutes.
The maker was a gag gift, but it has been on a dozen trips so far.
@gustador@NoImNotNSA I taught my boys to make them in the toaster and use a 1-egg frying pan from Walmart ($4). No electricity needed and less to carry. And you can do just eggs or ham or a couple of breakfast links in it. Works on a camping stove too.
How do you make eggmuffin in toaster without electricity? @narfcake
My son uses a quesadilla maker at least 3 times a week; we’re about to start shopping for a 3rd one (non-stick coating wears out)
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Whenever I see a cheap product, I automatically assume that either it’s from an unknown brand or there are inconveniences of sorts. Despite its timeless design, the machine seems too tall and bulky for kitchens with small counters. Besides, if you really want to attract potential buyers, at least do an in-depth review, like how they do it on Amazon, Ebay or Healthy Kitchen 101. Sure, their customer reviews might be lengthy, but at least they shed some light into what the customers are completely unaware of.