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18:40  09 september  2019
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With so many products on the market, it’s hard to know what are essential kitchen tools and what you might only use from time to time. Every kitchen needs three knives: a Chef's knife to do the bulk of your cutting, a serrated knife for cutting bread, and a paring knife for slicing or mincing smaller items .

The one kitchen item you should own by the age of 30 is a blender. It is by far the best investment you can make in your kitchen . The most important tools in my kitchen at home or at work are a good set of knives. They don’t have to be hugely expensive and your set doesn’t have to be massive.

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The No. 1 Most Essential Kitchen Item, According To Rachael

Rach has told us which main three pots and pans she uses at home, but what if she had to choose ONE kitchen essential?

That's what one studio audience member made her do when she asked which one essential kitchen item she should gift her newly married son.

It really depends on what you want to make, Rach insists, but ultimately, she had to go with one of her go-to pans.

"A cast-iron skillet is an essential," Rach says. "[They] outlast us. You can pass them from generation to generation. That's a great investment piece and it makes a really nice gift."

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"Every kitchen should have three kinds of knives: a chef's knife for chopping and slicing, a smaller all-purpose knife for vegetables, and a paring knife for holding food with one hand and cutting with the other. A good rule of thumb is to pair the size of the knife with the size of the task.

Plus, the meal possibilities are endless if you have one! You can make steak, burgers or chili, just to name a few.

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