27 products you will need to prepare food when you'll move in your first apartment

An essential checklist for young adults

So you’re ready for the Great Adventure? About to living alone (or with the – current – love of your life), in your very own apartment?

Here’s a selection of essential items you’ll need to prepare food when moving into your brand new digs.

Check whether you already have these household essentials in your boxes, to make sure you’re prepared for your exciting journey of independence!
everything you need first apartment checklist
An egg yolk separator is a small slotted kitchen utensil that is used to separate the egg yolk from the egg white.
A plastic bag is composed of very thin plastic material. It has two handles that makes it easy to carry.
An apple corer is a small kitchen utensil that is used to remove the core from an apple by pushing it through the fruit.
A food torch is a culinary device that drives a flame over food preparations in in order to caramelise the topping.
A salt shaker is a small container with tiny holes in the lid that allows a small amount of salt to be spread on food.
A meat baster is a tool that is used to suck up meat juice from an oven tray and squeeze it onto meat to prevent it from drying out.
A cotton candy machine is a household appliance that is used to make cotton candy.
A hot plate is a small, portable kitchen device that is used to cook food and keep it warm.
An oyster shucking knife or stabber is a short type of knife with a large handle, that is used to safely pry open oysters.
A paring knife is a small sharp knife that can be used for cutting and peeling.
A sieve is a kitchen utensil that is used to separate solids from liquids, by passing it through a wire or plastic mesh that is held in a frame.
A vegetable brush is a small kind of brush that is used to clean vegetables without bruising them.
A milk frother is a kitchen utensil that is used to aerate milk to create thick foam, called froth.
A serving tray is a wooden or hard plastic dish with handles on each side. It is used to transport and serve food and drinks safely.
A sifter is a small sieve that is used to break up lumps of icing sugar or flour before distributing it onto baked goods or other food preparations.
An oyster shucking knife or stabber is a short type of knife with a large handle, that is used to safely pry open oysters.
A whisk is a kitchen utensil made of spiralling wire loops, and is used to stir, beat or smoothen substances, especially cream or eggs.
A rolling pin is an elongated cylinder with a handle at each end, and is used to shape and flatten dough.
A gas lighter is a small handheld device that is used to safely ignite the flame of a gas stove burner.
A mincer is a kitchen appliance that is used to mince meat into very small bits.
A knife is a sharp kitchen utensil with a blade. It is used to cut food.
A tagine is a type of North African ceramic pot that is used to prepare a dish with the same name.
A bread machine is an appliance that is used to make bread at home.
A microwave oven is a kitchen appliance that cooks food using high-frequency electromagnetic waves, thus heating the food.
An egg beater is a hand held or mechanical device that is used to quickly beat egg or cream.
A kitchen tap is placed right next to the kitchen sink to provide hot and cold water.
A griddle is a cooking pan with a broad flat surface that leaves a griddle design on the food.

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