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What cookingware are you using? some you picked yourself? some linked to the culture of the place you live?
I live in Switzerland and so I use mostly western ware. But as my mother is Asian I also use a few things from there.
For cutting I use a knife I picked myself: a high quality 18 cm santoku blade. Cutting vegetables is pure pleasure with it!
For peeling I use a Y-peeler: very practical to quickly peel most vegetable and to remove potato eyes.
My favorite pot is a cast-iron pot: very nice for soups, stew and curries. I also like a lot an old large cast-iron pan.
I also use a set of inox casserole, for things such as sauces, pasta, potatoes and also to steam rice (I don't like using a rice cooker).
Generally I don't cook by the oven as I hate cleaning those large gratin pots and iron plates...
To stir I mostly use a wooden spatula, as I don't like plastic and steel might damage my iron pots.
When I bake or have to grate a lot of vegetables, I use a KitchenAid food processor and it's accessories (those are so resilient).
Edit: I forgot to mention that I use an electric resistor stove. Not as precise as gas, but nice for inertial cooking.
Well since I'm a student I don't use great cookware.
So I have :
- an "office" knife that I use for vegetable
- A potato peeler for peeling
- I have three casserole with different size (the litlle one is a tefal )
- For cooking steam, I have a steaming pot
- I have also a stove (for omelette and all)
- I have a wood spoon for my tefal casserole and my stove
- A stewpot
- A special dish for oven
- And finally a mixer
And that's all I think
Oh yes I forgot to tell that I have a mini oven too
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