Working in the kitchen can be cumbersome if you have arthritis, adding stress to already burdened joint. Well-designed kitchen gadgets and tools can make many tasks easier and reduce the strain, especially for people with limited range of motion or problems with manual dexterity.
Kitchen gadgets and tools that are lightweight, easy to grip and hold, with non-slip handles or undersides are great additions to your kitchen if you have arthritis. Some electric kitchen items are extremely helpful as they can power through a difficult task.1
Black and Decker’s lightweight, slim, powerful electric knife is easy to use. The knife, with its 7-inch serrated stainless steel blade, is great for people with arthritis. No more hand carving! It is designed with a nonslip handle, safety lock, and nonslip tabs to help with blade removal and cleanup.
HIC’s Mezzaluna Rocking Chopper allows you to use a natural rocking motion to mince and chop vegetables, fruits, meat, fish, and more. It is made from stainless steel with hardwood handles. Rock side to side to chop tender items, and up and down to chop larger items. Hand wash in warm, soapy water.
The vacuum food sealer is great to have so you can save meal portions and have them ready when you want them—quickly and easily. It has easy to use a one-touch vacuum and seal buttons with indicator lights. Provides an airtight seal. There are 10-quart size bags, 5-gallon size bags, and a Smart Guide to Vacuum Food Storage included.
Do you have trouble opening jars? Have you tried many of the jar openers that just don’t work? This electric jar opener operates at the touch of a button with only one hand. Requires no hand strength or strenuous twisting. Opens jars up to 4.5″ in diameter and a maximum of 8″ in height. A must-have kitchen gadget!5
This great peeler lets you core, slice, and peel apples or potatoes in one easy operation. It’s suction base attaches to…
This article was sourced from Very Well Health.