You’ll dig these earthy Amazon Prime deals on Spear & Jackson garden tools

The best Amazon Prime Day deals may be happening in winter this year, but it’s still got spring and summer in its heart… with this selection of garden tool deals from Spear & Jackson. This is a brand that every British gardener knows and respects and there is a pile of Spear & Jackson Amazon Prime Day deals out there, as big as a very large compost heap. 

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Looking for a high-quality pair of bypass secateurs for green stems? At this price these are a snip.

Spear & Jackson Razorsharp Professional Heavy Duty Bypass Secateur £17.19 | Was £33.99 | Save £16.80 at Amazon

This anvil and bypass secateurs pack is the perfect gift for the plant-loving stem cropper in your life.

Spear & Jackson Kew Gardens Razorsharp Cutting, Set 3K Bypass and Anvil Secateurs Set, Green £14.99 | Was £27.49 | Save £12.50 at Amazon

A superb half-price secateurs deal for delicate topiary tasks.

Spear & Jackson Razorsharp Mini Pruner Set £12.49 | £25.99 | Save £13.50 at Amazon

Spear & Jackson Kew Gardens Collection 370M3KEW Multi-Purpose Gardening Gloves, Blue – Medium £4.79 | Was £6.99 | Save £2.20 at Amazon

Soil, sharp thorns and rough branches play havoc with the hands. The answer? Wear a pair of decent gardening gloves like these tough rubbery, grippy things from the Spear & Jackson Kew Gardens Collection. At a smidge under a fiver, they’ll protect the hands from drying out and keep them looking spick and even a little bit span.View Deal

Yet more prime Spear & Jackson Amazon deals on fence post rammers, bulb planters and pruning saws

Spear & Jackson PHR5 Landscaping and Fencing Post Hole Rammer, Silver £30.79 | Was £92.49 | Save a massive £61.70 at Amazon

Spear & Jackson 3060EL Select Stainless Steel Bulb Planter £ 8.29 | Was £14.49 | Save £6.20 at Amazon

Spear & Jackson RIDDLE Steel Frame Garden Riddle, Steel £11.09 | Was £17.49 | Save £6.40 at Amazon

Spear & Jackson Kew Gardens Razorsharp 4960KEW Folding Pruning Saw £10.39 | Was £16.49 | Save £6.10 at Amazon

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Amazon Prime Day alternative sales – UK

Amazon Prime Day alternative sales – US

  • Apple – see the latest Apple offers here
  • Best Buy – massive savings across every department
  • Dell.com – save big on notebooks, desktops, monitors and more
  • eBay.com – big discounts in the eBay Brand Outlet
  • Home Depot – save on Fall furniture, smart home devices and more
  • HP – save up to 30% on select products
  • Lowes – save up to $500 on select appliances
  • Lenovo – Semi-Annual Sale brings deep discounts to gaming laptops, student laptops and more
  • Microsoft – Surface and Xbox deals plus Microsoft Store Exclusives
  • Newegg – get your computer parts for less this October
  • Nordstrom – new markdowns, up to 40% off!
  • Target – Target Deal Days Sales
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6 cheap kitchen tools that will save your holiday cooking

My kitchen was the first room I really invested in as an adult: I bought a KitchenAid stand mixer, a dutch oven, a high-end chef’s knife and nice plates and wine glasses. But aside from the chef’s knife, a few smaller purchases have become more vital to my daily cooking and food prep routines than any of the luxury items. For just a few bucks, in some cases, these tools can change the experience of cooking, and make the elaborate prep involved in the holidays much more manageable.

Here are six tools that can seriously elevate the quality and aesthetic of the food coming out of your kitchen.

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The single best investment in my kitchen over the past four years has been a mandoline. Essentially, it’s an adjustable slicer for fruits and veggies, and it makes preparing salads a breeze. All the intricate slicing you normally have to do for good salads is so much easier with a mandoline, and prepping veggies for pickling is just as easy. Not only does this make everything you slice look uniform and beautiful, it also gives you fantastic opportunities to punch up textures in your typical dishes.

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If you cook steak with any regularity, you probably already have a cast-iron skillet. But those skillets are just as helpful for making all kinds of meat, from chicken to octopus. One of my favorite recipes I’ve been honing over the years is an octopus-lime bagna cauda — and well-seared baby octopus is one of the most important components. When it’s too cold, or I’m too lazy, to use the grill, my cast-iron skillet is perfect for searing those tiny tentacles.

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A good chef knife isn’t cheap, but it’s an investment that’ll last you years. The problem is, many of us settle for mediocre knives because our old ones get dull and we don’t want to shell out for a $150 knife every couple of years. The tool that helps you keep your knife performing as well as possible is a sharpener. You can pick up a sharpener that works well for as little as $6 on Amazon.

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One of the biggest roadblocks to preparing complex dishes is the prep. If you have to mince, dice or roughly chop a half dozen ingredients, having a spacious cutting board makes a world of difference. Yes, you can pick up small, plastic cutting boards for crazy cheap on clearance at T.J. Maxx, but it’s a better investment to just spring the $20 for a board that’s at least in the range of 18 by 14 inches. You’ll immediately be grateful when you can keep three separate piles of herbs on it, plus chop carrots without the slices rolling onto the floor.

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If you really want to get into baking high-quality breads or desserts, a kitchen scale is a must-buy. You can get one for a little over 10 bucks on Amazon, and it will make your recipes so

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Amazon Prime Day Tools & Garden Deals (2020): Early Generator, Lawn Mower, Leaf Blower, Snow Blower & DeWalt Tool Deals Rated by Retail Fuse

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Here’s a comparison of the top early tools & patio & garden machinery deals for Amazon Prime Day 2020, together with the latest discounts on DeWalt tools & machinery, leaf blowers, generators, lawn mowers & snow blowers. Explore the full selection of deals using the links below.

Best tools deals:

  • Save up to 47% on a wide selection of power tools & hand tools – at the Amazon Prime Day sale
  • Save up to $196 on tools from top-rated brands like DeWalt, Milwaukee, Bosch, Ryobi & Makita – at the Amazon Prime Day sale
  • Save up to $481 on standby generators, inverter generators & portable power generators – save on generators from top brands including Generac, Westinghouse, DuroMax & Champion
  • Save $196 on the Makita 16-inch Electric Chainsaw at Amazon – tool-less blade and chain adjustments, rubberized grip, built-in current limiter, soft start
  • Save 40% on the Rockwell 4-1/2” Compact Circular Saw at Amazon – with 1pc 4-1/2″ 24T carbide-toothed blade, vacuum adapter, parallel edge guide & allen wrench
  • Save $80 on the Bosch Power Tools Jigsaw Kit at Amazon – 7.2 amp corded variable speed top-handle jigsaw kit with assorted blades & carrying case
  • Save 47% on the AirCat 6505 Composite Quiet Cut-Off Tool at Amazon – ultra quiet, ergonomically designed handle, 2.5 HP, 3-Inch cutting blade
  • Save 52% on the BLACK+DECKER Random Orbit Sander at Amazon – 2.4 Amp motor, high performance dust collection, 14,000 orbits per minute
  • Save 25% on the Sun Joe SPX3000 Electric High Pressure Washer at Amazon – 14. 5-Amp/1800-watt motor, 2030 PSI/1. 76 GPM, (TSS) total stop system
  • Save $481 on the Champion Power Equipment 9375/7500-Watt Dual Fuel Portable Generator at Amazon – holds 1.2-quarts of oil (included), low oil shut-off sensor, electric start, 3yr warranty
  • Save $405 on the Champion 4000-Watt RV Ready DH Series Open Frame Inverter Generator at Amazon – quiet technology and extended run time, parallel ready, 3yr warranty
  • Save $276 on the Generac 7127 iQ3500 Portable Inverter Generator at Amazon – 3500 watts, ultra quiet, electric start with power dial start/run/stop, digital smart LCD, with USB ports

Best DeWalt deals:

  • Save up to $111 on DeWalt tools, drills, saws, combo kits & outdoor equipment – at the Prime Day sale
  • Save $80 on the DEWALT 20v Lithium Drill Driver/Impact Combo Kit at Amazon – DCK240C2, with DCB205 20V MAX XR 5.0Ah Lithium Ion battery pack
  • Save 41% on the DEWALT 20V MAX Cordless Drill / Driver Kit at Amazon – ½”, compact, lightweight design with a high performance motor that delivers 300 unit watts of power
  • Save $111 on the DEWALT 20V MAX Portable Band Saw Kit at Amazon – 5” x 4-3/4” cut capacity, LED work light, variable speed trigger and dial
  • Save $70 on the DEWALT 12-Inch Miter Saw at Amazon – 15 amp, 4,000 Rpm motor, single-bevel compound miter saw
  • Save $50 on the DEWALT Wet Tile Saw with Stand at Amazon – stainless steel rail system, rear and side water attachments,
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The best kitchen tools and gadgets, according to Food52’s Amanda Hesser

For more than 10 years, Food52 has brought James Beard award-winning recipes to the web, sold New York Times best-selling cookbooks, and grown an online community of foodies to more than 16 million people. Needless to say, this company knows its way around a kitchen—even better than you do after six months of cooking at home.

That’s why we reached out to Amanda Hesser, cofounder and CEO of the innovative company, for inspiration and guidance as a new stay-at-home season (a holiday one, at that) awaits us. “The pandemic underlined how vital home cooking is as a source of both sustenance and comfort,” she says. “And it has forced us to adapt to a new landscape of grocery shopping and cooking all the time. People have had to try new things and figure out how to make the most of what they have on hand. Some home cooks have embraced this with gusto, which is why we’re still seeing a wave of trends like bread baking.”

Sourdough starters were just the beginning. Hesser believes that this moment marks a true cultural shift: Americans are genuinely interested in learning how to feed ourselves better for the long haul. So how to make the kitchen updates you need to embrace a fall and winter of cozy, homemade meals? Hesser recommends first getting your hands on all the zucchini, peppers, and eggplant you can before the season ends so you can make ratatouille. (It freezes well!) Then, consider investing in these six kitchen tools that can make a big difference.

Staub x Food52 Enameled Cast-Iron Braising Pan

“This is a year-round lifesaver, and it comes in handy especially in the fall because you can use it for everything from roasting chicken to making a vegetable gratin to braising short ribs,” Hesser says. This Swiss Army Knife of a pot is heritage quality. That means a lifetime of delicious, cozy one-pot meals.

Five Two Wooden Spoons

Spoons are underrated: You might not understand the value of a great wooden spoon until you’ve scratched the bottom of your favorite saucepan with a metal utensil. (Not that I’m speaking from experience or anything.) “Great-quality wooden spoons are worth the splurge,” Hesser says. “Having a go-to cooking utensil that feels good in your hand is—to me—essential to the pleasure of cooking.” These five spoons from Food52’s in-house brand have extra thoughtful design details: Each has a flattened scraping edge so you can scoop into every nook of a jar or pot, and they are made from teak—a water-resistant wood that is used on boats.

Microplane Master Series Graters

I dare you to watch this video of Microplane’s graters at work and not want to buy one. Seeing these things in action is simply satisfying. Microplane makes the best graters, hands down. “And now that we’re entering the season of pastas and baked dishes—naturally topped with lots of grated cheese—you’ve got a perfect excuse to upgrade your graters,” Hesser says.

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Save money by keeping your garden tools in shape with these tips

Jessica K. of Windsor asks: Do you have some suggestions on how to clean my new and used garden tools?

Keeping your gardening tools clean helps prevent rust, keeps the edges sharp and removes caked-on soil and sap. Good tools can be expensive, so to avoid the need for frequent replacement, keep them clean and in good working order.

All garden tools should be cleaned and wiped down after use to remove soil. If you won’t be using certain tools for awhile, give them a thorough cleaning and inspection before storing them. If pruners or saws are used to prune or remove a diseased plant, they should be cleaned and disinfected before using them on a healthy plant. A squirt of Lysol spray will work. Some gardeners say dipping the tool in bleach diluted with water and wiping it dry, before using it on the next plant, also works. But be aware that bleach can damage blades, so be sure to rinse and clean the tool thoroughly when you’re done.

Use a strong spray from the garden hose to remove soil. Scrape off stuck-on mud with a trowel or plastic scraper. To remove residual soil, fill a bucket with hot water and add about one tablespoon of dishwashing liquid per gallon of water. After removing the stuck-on soil, place the tools in the bucket and let them soak for 15-20 minutes. Rinse the tools and dry them with a microfiber cloth or an old towel. Look over each tool thoroughly for signs of rust. If you spot rust or pitting, use a stiff wire brush or steel wool to scrub it off. Wipe the tool with a little vegetable oil to help loosen the rust while you scrub it off. If any tool feels sticky, the safest product to remove it is a citrus based cleaner. Turpentine, lighter fluid or Goo Gone are good backups. When cleaning, pay close attention to the hinged areas.

For tools with wooden handles, those handles will eventually begin to dry out, split and loosen from the metal components. Once or twice a year, use a medium-grit sandpaper to sand down the handles to remove the rough spots and splinters. Rub the handles with linseed oil for a protective barrier to help repel water. If they’re in really bad shape, most wooden handles can just be removed from the metal component and replaced with a new handle.

Tools that have moving components, like pruners or shears, need oil to keep the moving parts working correctly and smoothly. Place a drop or two of machine oil on the hinged parts. It’s also a good idea to take these tools apart once a year and rub down the screws and bolts with a machine oil. This will help remove the hard-to-see rust and any mineral deposits.

Any of your gardening tools that have an edge — like hoes, pruners and shovels — will need sharpening every so often. The large blades and edges can be sharpened with

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These Rainbow Kitchen Tools From Amazon Will Brighten Up Any Space

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From Delish

Your holiday food spreads are bound to look amazing–especially if you happen to follow any of our Halloween and Thanksgiving classic recipes. That being said, delicious food deserves to be displayed in a way that makes it look even better and these colorful serving utensils from Amazon are a great way to add personality to a table setting.

Similar in color to the fan-favorite Aldi rainbow utensils, these serving spoons and tools are rainbow metallic and will catch the light beautifully. The 13-piece set from Amazon comes with a ladle, skimmer, slatted turner, pasta server, cooking spoon, potato masher, egg whisk, slatted spoon, tongs, flat turner, flexible spatula, basting brush, and a matching holder to keep all of the tools displayed on your counter. You can get all 13 items from Amazon for just $45 and it’s eligible for Prime shipping so it can all be at your door in two days.

This colorful aesthetic has found its way onto so many kitchenwares, like the aforementioned Aldi rainbow utensils, as well as these glass iridescent wine and Champagne glasses at Nordstrom. For a Halloween-themed aesthetic, you could pair the vibrant servers with matte black wine glasses for contrast and a dark look to match your spooky baked goods and appetizers.

Each utensil in the set is rust-proof, dishwasher-safe, and non-stick so you don’t have to worry about any mishaps in your kitchen…besides struggling to decide where exactly you want to put these on display, that is.

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manual garden tools to trim, snip, lop, saw, hoe, dig and rake through autumn and winter

There are some manual garden tools you just can’t live without, like this varied tranche of horticultural essentials.



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During the course of spring and summer we’ll be adding new products to this ever-expanding list of our favourite garden management tools, from secateurs, loppers, snippers and branch saws to spades, trowels, rakes, edgers, weeders and a variety of excellent hand tools.

To make this extraordinarily comprehensive guide easier to digest, we’ve sorted all the products on the page into four main categories: Pruning Tools, Digging Tools, Ground Care Tools and Hand Tools.

Although admittedly quite boring, these are all essential garden accoutrements that you need to know about because – oh yeah, baby – that’s how we get down

No matter how thorny the garden task, and no matter how weedy you are, these are the garden tools to get the job done.

Help, the product I want is out of stock

As you may discover, some of our favourite gardening products not surprisingly keep selling out. Hence, if you find a product we’ve reviewed that isn’t available via the provided retail link, then try these retailers who usually stock some very good alternatives.

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In the UK:

Amazon

B&Q

Waitrose Garden

Thompson Morgan

Crocus

Van Meuwen

Suttons

Dobies

Harrod Horticultural

Tooled UP

 In the US:

Walmart

Sears

Home Depot

Lowe’s

BEST PRUNING & CUTTING TOOLS

Before we start, we should address at least one particular piece of garden jargon that applies to both loppers and secateurs: bypass and anvil. 

Bypass secateurs and loppers have blades that are designed to pass each other smoothly as they cut, like scissors. They are perfect for green wood and delicate stems, as they give precise, clean cuts and avoid damaging or bruising the branch. 

Anvil loppers and secateurs, on the other hand, have one sharpened blade that cuts down on a flat hard plastic or rubber block, rather like a small chopping board. Anvil-equipped pruners are great for dead wood and dry, hard, old growth that needs cutting back. Mind, most amateur gardeners will happily make do with either mechanism since they both essentially perform much the same task. 

Now you know your bypass from your anvil, read on for the lowdown on the best quality manual snippers and cutters currently on the market.

Although they’re heavier, a little larger and more expensive than the majority of secateurs, this premium model screams quality all the way from the high-grade aluminium body and ultra-sharp TruEdge bypass blades to the tactile, ergonomically designed cork-covered handle.

The Quantum’s weighty feel and larger size makes them more suitable for gardeners with bigger hands but you’ll never rue the day you stumped up the readies to buy a pair. The cork handles provide maximum grip – especially when your hands are a bit sweaty – and they work really well with gloves, too. The blade slices through green stalks and stems

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One of Ina Garten’s Favorite Kitchen Tools Is On Sale at Target Right Now

When it comes to cooking, baking, and entertaining, there’s no one we look to for advice more than Ina Garten, also known as the Barefoot Contessa. We’ve stocked our pantries with her favorite ingredients, perfecting our paring with her favorite knives, and rely on her cake recipes for every special event. So when we discovered that one of her favorite pieces of kitchen equipment, the KitchenAid Mixer, was on sale at Target, we perked right up. After all, Garten is an excellent baker, and she uses a KitchenAid stand mixer, so if we want to be excellent bakers, we should follow in her footsteps, right?

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KitchenAid Stand Mixers are definitely an investment. They have a powerful motor that can beat, whip, knead, mash, and basically do all of the hard work for you, whether you’re mixing up a batch of cookie dough or whipping up some cauliflower puree for a keto dinner. Add to that a sleek design that makes it totally worthy of the counter space, and the price ticket makes sense, but we’re always excited when we see them for a bargain.

Now, the KitchenAid Ultra Power Plus 4.5 Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer in Ice Blue is on sale for $70 off at Target, which is 20 percent off the usual price.

The mixer has a stainless steel bowl, a 10-speed motor, and comes with a coated flat beater, a coated dough hook, and a 6-wire whip. With those three accessories, you can make thousands of recipes in your KitchenAid stand mixer.

If you really want to test your Barefoot Contessa-style cooking skills, you can also get some attachments.

The KitchenAid Fresh Prep Slicer and Shredder attachment is ideal if you don’t have a food processor but want to make quick work of slicing veggies and shredding cheese, especially if you’re making large quantities of food and don’t want to spend time to do it all by hand.

Another game changer is the KitchenAid 3pc Pasta Roller & Cutter Set. You can mix and knead fresh pasta dough in the bowl of the mixer, then run it through the pasta roller until you have thin sheets of fresh pasta. Next, choose between the spaghetti cutter and the fettuccine cutter, and the attachment will create evenly sized noodles.

The KitchenAid stand mixer sale won’t last long, so if you want to cook like the Barefoot Contessa, what are you waiting for?

Before you go, check out Garten’s best dinner recipes below:

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6 unexpected kitchen tools everyone should buy

My kitchen was the first room I really invested in as an adult: I bought a KitchenAid stand mixer, a nice dutch oven, a high-end chef’s knife and nice plates and wine glasses. But that huge investment, which took the better part of a few paychecks, wasn’t what kept me engaged in my kitchen for the years since. Instead, it’s been a few, cheap-but-vital tools I’ve learned to love along the way.

Turns out, a few kitchen tools can change how the meals you’re already preparing look and taste — and they don’t have to destroy your bank account. Here are six tools that can seriously elevate the quality and aesthetic of the food coming out of your kitchen.

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The single best investment in my kitchen over the past four years has been a mandoline. Essentially, it’s an adjustable slicer for fruits and veggies, and it makes preparing salads a breeze. All the intricate slicing you normally have to do for good salads is so much easier with a mandoline, and prepping veggies for pickling is just as easy. Not only does this make everything you slice look uniform and beautiful, it also gives you fantastic opportunities to punch up textures in your typical dishes.

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If you cook steak with any regularity, you probably already have a cast-iron skillet. But those skillets are just as helpful for making all kinds of meat, from chicken to octopus. One of my favorite recipes I’ve been honing over the years is an octopus-lime bagna cauda — and well-seared baby octopus is one of the most important components. When it’s too cold, or I’m too lazy, to use the grill, my cast-iron skillet is perfect for searing those tiny tentacles.

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A good chef knife isn’t cheap, but it’s an investment that’ll last you years. The problem is, many of us settle for mediocre knives because our old ones get dull and we don’t want to shell out for a $150 knife every couple of years. The tool that helps you keep your knife performing as well as possible is a sharpener. You can pick up a sharpener that works well for as little as $6 on Amazon.

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One of the biggest roadblocks to preparing complex dishes is the prep. If you have to mince, dice or roughly chop a half dozen ingredients, having a spacious cutting board makes a world of difference. Yes, you can pick up small, plastic cutting boards for crazy cheap on clearance at T.J. Maxx, but it’s a better investment to just spring the $20 for a board that’s at least in the range of 18 by 14 inches. You’ll immediately be grateful when you can keep three separate piles of herbs on it, plus chop carrots without the slices rolling onto the floor.

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If you really want to get into baking high-quality breads or desserts, a kitchen scale is a must-buy. You can get one for a little over

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5 Tools To Have In Your Kitchen For A Healthy Environment

The products we use in our kitchen can have a great impact on the environment. From the towels we choose, to the plates and dinnerware, all contribute to the environmental health. This is why it’s essential to pick each product carefully and to be aware of their long-term impact.

But what should you choose to make sure you are buying and using the right items? Eco-friendly kitchen products are a smart move in this case.

These products are generally made from recycled, biodegradable or even organic materials. Their production, as well as their usage, causes little to no harm to the environment. What’s more, they come as a great alternative to kitchen products made from plastic, for example.

Here are 5 great examples of eco-friendly kitchen products for some inspiration.

Bamboo plates

Bamboo plates are a great type of dinnerware. They have a unique look and can be used for different occasions. If you are having a party, you have invited some friends over or for everyday dinner, they are a smart choice.

Also, you have two options to choose from: regular and disposable bamboo plates.

Benefits of using bamboo

Bamboo is one of the most popular eco-friendly materials. It’s used for the production of different products. What’s great about this material is that it’s a type of grass, not wood. It can grow really fast, reaching up to 100 cm in 24 hours, and can be harvested every 4-5 years. After that, it can grow back easily without being replanted.

Bamboo represents a great alternative to materials like wood and plastic. The production of bamboo products requires less manufacturing energy and is less toxic to the environment.

Let’s take a look at the following example. Disposable bamboo plates are biodegradable and can break down in 4-6 months in carbon dioxide, water, and biomass. Plastic, on the other hand, takes between 15 and 1000 years to decompose and even after that, it leaves behind toxic particles and substances.

Bamboo cutting boards

One of the most important aspects of a cutting board is its resistance. When cutting something hard or using a strong knife, there are chances we may leave small holes in it. These are the perfect places for food and bacteria to accumulate.

Bamboo is known for being quite a dense material and it can resist to strong knives. This makes it not only a great material for our health, but also a durable one. Bamboo cutting boards don’t absorb liquids and this can prevent them from cracking and warping.

Cotton kitchen towels

Towels are an important element in the kitchen. Cooking can mean a lot of mess and you may need something nearby to clean it quickly. Cotton kitchen towels are one of the eco-friendly options in this case.

Benefits of using cotton

Cotton kitchen towels are the eco-friendly alternative to paper towels. They can be used multiple times and can be easily washed.

Also, they can contribute to reducing the deforestation level. At the current moment, this …

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