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Thread: Non-primal Kitchen Appliances

  1. #21
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    I just put our toaster away in the drawer. I can't bring myself to make toast for the kids anymore, I feel like I'm poisoning them. I make primal pancakes instead, a small step in a better direction. (I'll work on getting them interested in lamb chops....)

    I was thinking about one of those rotisserie things for the barbeque that you can stick a whole animal on, but I think it would freak the family out.

    Thinking of planting some banana trees so I can have the leaves to do a hungi. Not sure a hole in the ground counts as a kitchen appliance though.

  2. #22
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    I have a beautiful, expensive fuzzy-logic rice maker that I used constantly pre-paleo. I don't miss the rice, but I do love that machine! Can't bring myself to part with it yet, even though I haven't used it yet this year. Every now and then I open the cupboard and gaze at it longingly. Beautiful machine. It never let me down. I feel unfaithful...

  3. #23
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    I'm definitely going to try making my homemade sausage patties in the waffle maker!

    I gave away my break maker, and have a juicer and rice maker that I haven't rid myself of. I suppose I could steam veg in the rice maker...

    I plan on making batches of primal waffles and freeze them, as well as coconut flour banana bread. Both of those will get toasted in the morning for those early 5:30am breakfasts for groklings on the way to day care. (Or at least that's the plan.)

  4. #24
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    Keep the juicer and rice cooker. Make green juices (kale, cucumber, spinach) etc... in the juicer and try steamed scrambled eggs in the rice cooker.

  5. #25
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    Any real use for a toaster oven? I should just put it in the trash, along with a broken blender I haven't tossed.

  6. #26
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    Make bacon, sausage with the broiler pan in the toaster oven, melt cheese over an open face frittata, reheat a clafouti
    Keep the toaster oven. It's come in handy for me.
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    non-primal kitchen appliances

    Quote Originally Posted by DarthFriendly View Post
    haha.

    I once watched my insaneo best friend shove a wooden boken/practice sword straight throug both sides of an old broken mini-fridge because he was pissed about something.
    That had to be one hell of a boken!!!

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    Outstanding information is found upon these boards. Cheers guys.

  9. #29
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    I traded out my juicer for a meat grinder and sausage attachment for my kitchenaide. I need to get busy, LOL.

  10. #30
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    Unless it's a beautiful 40s GE stainless toaster with Bakelite handles (small sob that I left that behind), go ahead and toss it or donate it. If it is, put it on display like any other antique.

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