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    54 Kitchen Products You'll Probably Wonder How You Ever Lived Without

    Cooking at home, but making it easier.

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    1. A six-piece pantry organization set so you can finally turn your fridge, cupboard, any space really, into your Pinterest dream come true.

    2. An awesome little handheld milk frother that'll up your at-home coffee game to the next level β€” it can basically froth up any milky drink (even those with dairy alternatives)!

    3. And if you like your coffee of the icy variety, a dishwasher-safe airtight cold-brew maker that'll help you get your morning pick-me-up right out of your fridge.

    The cold-brew maker filled with coffee

    4. A pack of aerating wine decanters so you can turn your two-buck chuck into deux-franc Claude.

    Someone pouring wine using the decanter

    5. A programmable Instant Pot that can act as a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, sautΓ©, yogurt maker, and food warmer β€” helping you prepare a delicious dinner without a ton of thought.

    The Instant Pot

    6. A three-piece pizza grilling set you can use to make the kind of oven-fresh pizza that'll have people asking, "Is that delivery or DiGiorno?" But it won't be either! 'Cause it's homemade!

    The Cuisinart three-piece pizza grilling set

    7. A cast-iron skillet so you can make a bunch of delicious dishes just like your favorite restaurants.

    The cast iron skillet with cooked salmon

    8. A stainless-steel bottle sealer designed with a built-up pressure pump, because you're the life of the party, but sometimes that party has to end at a reasonable hour and continue the next day.

    9. A stackable cutlery drawer organizer so you can neatly fit all your utensils in your drawer β€” even if you're limited on space.

    The cutlery drawer organizer filled with utensils

    10. A SodaStream. A magnificent little carbonating SodaStream that I am so late to the party in celebrating because honestly no one ever told me how amazing they are, which is bizarre because as a company they've been around for over 100 years. Not only can one canister make up to 60 liters of bubbling perfection but NOW Bubly makes flavors for them!!! OMG! Imma need to sit down.

    The SodaStream machine in a kitchen next to bottles of the Bubly drops

    11. A set of minimal but super chic pantry labels β€” who knew your food could get such a cute outfit? Not me.

    The labels on containers of flour, brown rice, and oats

    12. A terra-cotta bear you simply place in water for 20 minutes and then put in your brown sugar to help maintain its moisture for up to SIX MONTHS.

    The brown sugar bear sitting next to a jar of brown sugar

    13. A lasagna pan designed with three separate channels so you can cook multiple recipes at once β€” because what's better than one type of lasagna? THREE TYPES OF LASAGNA!

    The lasagna trio pan

    14. A pack of organic and recyclable ethylene-absorbing packets that'll absorb the gasses in your fridge that cause fruits and veggies to go bad.

    15. An in-drawer bamboo block to keep your knives safely organized and accessible.

    An open drawer with the bamboo block installed

    16. A pair of cut-resistant gloves that'll actually protect your hands from any slicing and dicing.

    A person wearing the gloves while cutting fish

    17. A set of nonstick oven liners β€” since the reason your smoke alarm is always going off might be because of the caked-on mess living at the bottom of your oven.

    An oven with liners protecting the bottom

    18. A modern Bodum Melior gooseneck electric water kettle, designed out of durable stainless steel and natural, sustainable cork (which also makes the handle non-slip and the knob heat-protected). It's especially great for pour-over coffee since you can control the speed and consistency of the water flow.

    The Melior Gooseneck Electric Water Kettle in matte black

    19. A pair of metal egg scissors that lets you neatly crack open the shells β€” if you like yourself a good soft boiled egg, then this little guy will make eating them up super easy.

    A person using the metal egg scissors

    20. An OXO dish squeegee to help scrape off those stuck-on messes without ever harming your dishes β€” one might even say this thing helps make sure your china is stayin' alive. Ah, ha, ha, ha, stayin' alive, stayin' alive. Ah, ha, ha, ha, stayin' alive. (Get it? Squeegee, Bee Gees! Goodness, I crack myself up!)

    21. A three-compartment lid organizer so you can neatly store all your storage bin tops.

    The lid organizer placed inside a kitchen drawer

    22. A storage bin with a spout to make accessing your dry goods a little bit less of a mess.

    23. A pack of pan and pot protectors so you can stack your favorite nonstick cookware without risk of damaging them.

    24. A non-slip knife sharpener that'll let you safely get your blades to their maximum potential...cutting tomatoes will never be a disaster again!

    A person sharpening their knife with the block

    25. An adorable egg white separator shaped like both the chicken and the egg β€” now we finally know who came first.

    Someone pouring the egg whites out of the separator

    26. A pair of oven mitts because you should never, at any point, try to take things out of the oven with your bare hands.

    A person taking something out of the oven while wearing the gloves

    27. A set of measurement conversion vinyls you can easily attach to nearly any surface in your kitchen so you always have a quick reference when you're trying to figure out your new favorite recipe.

    The measurement conversion vinyls on a cabinet door

    28. Customizable liners designed to hold your spices in place and fit them into your drawers.

    29. A pack of reusable produce bags that'll help you reduce the waste after every trip to the grocery store β€” you can also use them to clean and rinse your fruits and veggies all in one go!

    The bags filled with produce being rinsed in a sink

    30. A nylon (so it's nonstick-safe) colander strainer designed with a discreet hook so it easily attaches to the side of your pot β€” which means you never have to struggle with emptying a heavy pan of boiling hot water again!

    31. A very handy dishwasher-safe food saver container capable of helping your produce fresher for longer because it regulates the flow of oxygen and carbon dioxide.

    The containers storing produce in a fridge

    32. A dishwasher magnet so you never accidentally use a dirty dish again.

    33. A discreet and simple wooden stove cover to give you that extra counter space when you need it β€” and maybe even just to cover up the messy stovetop you don't want to clean up right now.

    34. A dishwasher-safe apple slicer that'll make cutting up apples so freakin' easy β€” seriously, we have them at the BuzzFeed office and it makes slicing up an apple for a snack SO FREAKIN' EASY. It takes like two seconds!

    A person cutting an apple with the slicer

    35. A flexible silicone sink strainer to catch any excess food before it clogs up your drain.

    A person flexing the sink strainer

    36. A set of shredder claws, because who actually has time to wait for meat to cool before they handle or start shredding it? Not me, and I have the burned fingertips to prove it.

    The claws being used to shred meat

    37. A clip-on strainer to make draining all your favorite foods a total breeze.

    The clip-on strainer being used on a pot of pasta

    38. A dishwasher-safe silicone and stainless steel pot clip for when you need a place to put your cooking spoon but don't want that place to be your counter.

    The pot clip holding a wooden spoon on a pot

    39. A baking mat so you can always have the right measurements when you're learning how to make a pie crust β€” the hardest of all freakin' things to make.

    40. A kale, chard, collard greens, and herb stripper designed to perfectly pluck those time-consuming favorites you love to eat so much.

    A person using the stripper on herbs

    41. A digital food thermostat to prevent you from giving everyone food poisoning β€” again.

    42. A heat-resistant, dishwasher-safe veggie turner designed with a wide head and a raised edge to scoop and flip veggies with ease.

    The veggie turner gathering vegetables from a baking sheet

    43. A secure bag seal with a handy little nozzle so you can stop making a mess when you're trying to dispense literally anything that comes in a bag.

    A variety of food bags with the seals attached

    44. A boil-over safeguard so you can step away from your stove and not worry about coming back to a volcano of steaming water bubbles.

    45. A genius Whiskware pancake batter mixer that's designed with a BlenderBall wire whisk β€” just drop in the ingredients to make your favorite pancake batter, shake up the bottle, and use the spout to drop the perfect amount onto the griddle. It's that easy!

    46. And while you're at it, an incredible little Whiskware Egg Mixer also with a BlenderBall wire whisk. Plus, it has a built-in egg cracker, and enough space to scramble up to eight eggs at once β€” it even has a built-in egg separator if you like your eggs sans yolk!

    47. A pair of reusable silicone dishwashing gloves so you can scrub away all those messes while protecting your hands.

    48. A sturdy hand-held sharpener designed to fit and sharpen not only your knives and blades but also your kitchen scissors who could probably use a little love.

    A person using the handheld sharpener to sharpen their scissors

    49. A pack of nonstick and reusable toaster bags designed to be heat resistant, easy to clean, and β€” most importantly β€” perfectly fit a grilled cheese sandwich that you'll be able to easily cook in your toaster.

    The toaster bag in a toaster with a sandwich inside

    50. A genius little heat-resistant chopper to finally break up that package of ground meat, allowing it to cook evenly.

    A person breaking down ground meat with the chopper

    51. A countertop compost bin so you can convert your home into the green machine you know it can be.

    The compost bin on a kitchen counter

    52. A rapid veggie steamer to pop into the microwave for just over two minutes to get perfectly tasty treats β€” if that's what you wanna call them.

    The veggie steamer being placed in a microwave

    53. A handy little scrap trap you can hang from your cabinet door to help catch all your extras.

    The scrap trap attached to a kitchen counter

    54. An over-the-sink cutting board and strainer, because how many times have you made a damn mess when you were trying to chop literally anything?

    The cutting board over a sink

    And just remember, with or without these products, if Yan can cook you can cook!

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