I thought about a wood cutting board, as well as a bamboo one since they hold less bacteria. My issue is, we have a dishwasher, and I live in college. Meaning I wouldn’t trust my roommates if they left it in water/dishwasher bc they will peel. Also, if they break the glass one, it’s hard to just put it back where you found it, vs a wooden one where anyone could use it and I couldn’t point a finger.
And the knives aren’t mine, though a sharpener is available and they do wonders if used consistently.
-Dolce, I hate cooking rice. So I have other carbs instead usually, most of which have higher protein/fiber (brown rice only has 1g fiber/serving). The pressure cooker will help me out better bc I’m always on the run, or don’t wanna cook veggies for 30min, or longer when I cook for the week.
Also, after this year I’m buying a set of stainless steel pans. No tephlon or fumes to deal w/.Just a thought, birds were used in mines for levels of unsafe gasses, they keeled over immediately and the miners ran. Ever leave your tephlon pan on w a bird in the room? (not that I have birds, but making a point)
Anyone in college who cooks real food have any comments?? Come on people, let’s hear it![/quote]
Well if they aren’t your knives, and your roomates don’t care about the knives, then go with the glass cutting board. I personally would never let my knives touch a glass cutting board but I’ve invested heavily in the 3 main ones I use.
Oh and if you’re going to get a good pan make sure not to use metal utensils on it like you said you were going to buy. If you use metal utensils with a good pan you might as well have bought the cheap pan because they will both work the same in about a year.