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HELP for the physically limited in the kitchen

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#21 miocean

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Posted 03 October 2012 - 06:03 AM

Shelley,
Those are great suggestions! Usually I do not do the cooking and my husband takes care of those pots (I am so spoiled) but I have started baking again and was having difficulty with getting cake batter out of the bowl and putting pans in and out of the oven. Your ladle idea would work well for the cake batter.

Strangely and happily, my hands are much better, even since the start of this thread. Five years of Occupational Therapy kept them from totally curving into fists and today my fingers have a slight curvature and do not straighten. Then, with my skin softening I have more flexibility. This has all enabled me to use my hands more, and the combination of all of those things has made it possible for me to do things now I could not do previously.

So today I am doing the happy dance!

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Posted 03 October 2012 - 12:33 PM

I'm very pleased your hands are so much improved, Miocean!

I'm doing the Happy Dance for you today as well!!

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