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u/ansile · 3 pointsr/Baking

As someone else said, Kitchen-Aid standing mixers are awesome, but hella expensive. So unless you were planning on spending A LOT, maybe try something like this:

If she is geeky: Williams-Sonoma has Star Wars and Marvel cookie cutters/cupcake kits/cake pans/pancake molds/etc.

Mixing bowls are always a must, these are super cute and colorful, and have a grip and spout so they're easy to pour, and they have great reviews.

Here is a good set of different baking pans, I actually got this for my last birthday and they're great.

And since you said she likes cupcakes primarily, maybe a cupcake decorating book, icing tips and etc., cupcake recipe book, or maybe more generic baking-wise a cute apron or a cute recipe box. Good luck, I'm sure whatever you get her she'll love! And kudos to you for trying so hard to find a great gift for her. :)

u/ChefGuru · 9 pointsr/AskCulinary

I'll throw my vote in for a sharpening stone. If he doesn't already have a nice sharpening set, maybe consider getting him something like a nice diamond sharpening stone; I've seen them for $50 or less.

Tools are always nice. Here are some suggestions to think about:
~ microplane grater
~ Japanese mandolines can be fun to have around.
~ Fish spatulas can be a handy tool.
~ Does he have a good quality peeler? Everyone has a "normal" peeler, but I like to have a good quality horizontal peeler, like one of these, to use sometimes.
~ Does he do a lot of baking? If so, maybe some silicone baking mats for his baking sheets, or maybe some parchment paper.
~ Does he like to use fresh citrus juice very much? Does he have a citrus reamer?
~ Does he like to use fresh garlic? Maybe a garlic press?
~ Silicone spatulas?
~ Does he have a pepper grinder for fresh ground pepper?
~ Does he have a set of mise en place bowls or something to use to keep his stuff organized when he's working?
~ Does he have a scale? You can find plenty of options for home-use digital scales that can weigh up to 11 or 12 pounds, and use either pounds, or grams (if he's doing anything metric.)
~ Something like a good quality cast iron pan can be a lifetime investment, because if they're well cared for, he'll be able to pass it on to his grandkids someday.
~ A dutch oven will always be useful to serious home cooks. The enameled cast iron type are very popular, but they come in many different sizes and shapes, so keep that in mind when picking one out.
~ Knives are always nice. Paring knife, utility knife, serrated slicer, etc.

Those are just a few suggestions that popped into mind. Good luck, I hope you find something nice for him.

u/ladycammey · 3 pointsr/HellenicPolytheism

I highly recommend Fire Gel. My specific favorite is Swissmar Fire Gel, which is a little less intense than some of the camping fire gels out there. Here's an amazon link to the stuff I use and love.

My setup looks like this:

  1. I start with a container about 2.5x the size you want for the fire (I use basically a copper cauldron, but honestly something ceramic would be better - the copper cauldron has awesome properties with the air flow and capturing heat which make the flames rise to be huge, but that may not actually be what you want).
  2. If this container is at all conductive (as my main one is), put a ceramic plate under it.
  3. Fill this with sand until you're going to have at least an inch of sand clearance - ideally incense sand, but definitely not any sort of dirt that might be at all wet. Stones could also likely work for this - anything that insulates.
  4. Then put a smaller container (I use a small metal bowl about 3" across, but anything able to handle fire should do) and put the gel alcohol in there.

    Lighting it lasts me about ~20-30 minutes which is about perfect for most of my ritual needs. It's beautiful, reliable, and safe/stable enough to not cause issues in ritual. It is also smokeless (Except for any burned offerings, which obviously can leave smoke).

    A few important notes:

  • DO NOT PUT BURNING OILS INTO THE FIRE GEL/ALCOHOL. The oil will boil and 'pop' out, while still on fire, and spew forth burning sparks. The radius from this 'spewing' is larger than might think. I was VERY glad I did this experiment on a non-flammable surface. If you must burn olive oil just get an olive oil lamp to do it with. It will not be clean/smoke-free though so honestly I recommend treating olive oil like a libation offering and pouring it out somewhere rather than burning it.

  • Run trials of your setup outside of ritual before you try to use it in an offering context. I learned a great deal about size-of-fire, safely putting out my fire (I like a ceramic plate over the whole setup), how hot everything gets (surprisingly hot! This is not a candle, it's a full freaking mini-bonfire) from running some trails.

    Also, as far as offerings... it's highly unconventional, but I personally did a vegan marshmellow to Hestia to open my rite and it both seemed to work and left my entire house smelling absolutely delicious. If you must burn things inside it's worth thinking about what sort of smoke they're going to leave behind. I suggest, as I always do, running trials in a non-ritual context before you try actually making a formal offering of it.

    Fire safety is no joke, but it's entirely possible to have a lovely and significant fire setup safely if you treat it all with the seriousness it deserves.

    Edit - A couple images of my setup:

  • An overall look at the setup
  • A little better view inside
u/eff_you_fungus · 6 pointsr/NailFungus

My big toenail got totally ruined by fungus because I left it untreated for 2+ years. Tbh I didn't know what it was and thought it'd go away on its own. 

A year ago, during my trip to Bali, I was in the water so much that half of my toenail actually fell off! This is when I finally started doing research and treating it. I went through a 9 month phase where I slacked off because I was traveling a lot, which is why you see it get much worse. But about 3 months ago I decided I've had enough and took this to the next level. I've been extremely proactive in my routine and am finally seeing results!!! It's a lot of work but it's really encouraging to see improvements.

Here's how I'm doing it:

  • Keep it filed down using this electric nail drill (be really careful not to get carried away & use the slowest setting. stop if you feel ANY pain)
  • Keep it clean & trimmed I make sure the sides of my nail/cuticle are free of debri and keep my nails short using these tools
  • Make sure to disinfect all tools & surfaces using alcohol or hand sanitizer & soap
  • Brush your toe 2-3 times a day with a soft tip toothbrush and tea tree oil body wash (especially in morning and before going to bed)
  • Apply Tea tree oil & Coconut oil after brushing
    • Why: Several studies have shown that tea tree oil has antifungal properties. (source) Coconut oil also has antifungal properties and also smoothes out your skin & nail, which is key cuz tea tree oil makes it really dry and rough
    • How: You can do it by hand, but to make it easier I bought this mini refillable perfume spray bottle, filled it up with tea tree oil & coconut oil 50/50. So all I gotta do is spray it on my toe after I brush and dry
  • Apply Vicks vaporub I apply this along with the tea tree oil & coconut oil once a day or so
  • Apply Urea Cream at night in addition to the tea tree oil & coconut oil
    • Numerous studies have shown combination therapy of urea and an antifungal agent to be an effective treatment for onychomycosis. Urea functions to soften the nail plate, which can enhance the passage of antifungal medications to the underlying nail bed.
  • Footsoaks I've done footsoaks 2-3 times a week for 30 min each. Recently I've been combining 2 part warm water, 1 part vinegar (distilled white or ACV), and like 5 tbsp baking soda. Sometimes I only do baking soda. Sometimes I add a few drops of tea tree oil. Sometimes I soak just with bleach & water. But if you do the bleach & water, make sure you use regular bleach (not the splashless kind). Anyways as you can tell, I kinda mix it up when it comes to footsoaks
    • In the lab, plain old sodium bicarbonate limited growth of the most common types of fungi that cause skin and nail infections. (source)
    • Vinegar can protect against bacteria, fungi, and other harmful microbes, so putting it into a foot soak could have potential benefits for the feet. source
  • Antifungal foot powder I use this foot powder anytime I wear shoes to keep it as dry as possible
  • Try to stay bare feet as much as possible
  • Put toe in sunlight as much as you can fungus hates the sun
  • Clean socks I change into fresh clean socks constantly
  • Handwash & sanitize socks I handwash all of my socks by soaking them in this collapsible dish tub with super hot water, laundry detergent, and a few drops of dettol, which is this super concentrated antiseptic liquid that kills the fungus
  • Spray on sanitizer If I'm ever lazy, I carry this hand sanitizer spray to spray my toenail before going to bed. I also spray this in my shoes & flip flops at night. I also use this to spray down my nail filer, sink, hands, etc. to not spread fungus.
u/janeylicious · 9 pointsr/BuyItForLife

For all your cooking needs, go shopping at a restaurant supply shop. There are many online, even, and there may be some near you that are open to the public (e.g. Costco Business Center that I think deliver anywhere via UPS for residential purchases, and my local favorites East Bay Restaurant Supply or Trimark Economy Fixtures near San Francisco/Sacramento, Surfas in LA).

Often they aren't known brand names, or it's something from like Update International that produces stuff for cheap in Asia, but the quality and price generally can't be beat. Either it'll be dirt cheap (think like less than $1) or it'll be super expensive but it's durable as hell and easy to replace. I no longer go to the likes of Sur La Table for shopping unless it's something that's specifically for home use.

In terms of materials: glass (like Pyrex) is probably the best because it's nonreactive, but it's very heavy and sensitive to temp changes. Metal is awesome because it's super light (well, you can buy weighted if you want) but you can't store acidic foods like tomato sauce in a metal bowl for long. Shop around for stainless steel if you go metal rather than aluminum. There's also ceramic, plastic, silicone, wood and copper bowls too (among other materials) but most of those probably aren't worth it unless they're doubling as serving bowls for things like salads.

Other things to keep in mind: There are bowls that come with lids, ones that collapse, ones that come with pouring spouts, sets that nest easily, and more. Pick and choose based on what you need - but many of these little features aren't easily available at restaurant supply shops since what does a restaurant need collapsible mixing bowls for?

As a hobbyist baker though, scratch my restaurant supply shop idea if you do a lot of hand mixing/kneading. My favorite bowl for baking is an OXO plastic bowl that has a grippy bottom so it doesn't slide around on counters and a handle and spout to pour batter into other pans easily. I only wish they made bowls larger than 5qt so I can use it at my restaurant too.

u/MsZombiePuncher · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Mixing Bowls!

I bake a lot, and just generally mix things a lot. I'm in love with these. I love that they have rubber bottoms to grip the table so that they don't slide all over the place, as well as that rubbered little lip for you to hold on with. Just think about that again, they don't slide on the table. I HATE when I'm mixing something and the bowl is sliding all over the place.

They also have spouts which is super useful for cake batter and such. Then there's the 3 different sizes! I love that they all fit into each other to take up less space, and the 3 sizes are perfect for any need. Melt chocolate in the smallest, add it do the brownie batter in the biggest, then make the frosting in the middle one. I haven't yet come across a need that is too big or too small for any of these bowls. Also the big one is PERFECT for bread. It has just enough room for when it rises.

I use them constantly. So. My favorite and most loved kitchen item is what I use the most, and what is so simple it seems easily looked over. Mixing bowls you love.

Let's do it in the kitchen!

u/horror_fan · 2 pointsr/ATKGear


Vollrath Economy Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls

The broad, shallow shape of these inexpensive bowls put food within easy reach and allowed for wide turns of a spatula. these were also the lightest bowls in the lineup—the combined weight of all three that we tested was less than 1 1/2 pounds— allowing us to comfortably lift, scrape, and pour.


1 1/2 qt ($2.90); 3 qt ($4.50); 5 qt ($6.90)


Cuisinart Set of 3 Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls with Lids

Though their relatively tall and narrow build made it a little challenging for shorter testers to access their contents, these bowls were lightweight and sported a generous rim—features that made them easy to grasp and hold while we scraped them clean.




OXO Good Grips Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl Set

Apart from having wide rims, these bowls were not user-friendly—and certainly not worth the high price. Their small, Santoprene-coated bases caused them to spin and almost tip over as we mixed. Plus, the company does not recommend using them in a double boiler, lest the exterior plastic coating come in contact with the pot and overheat.



u/turdtumblr · 2 pointsr/Cooking

I just purchased this for like $6. It's good for mixing things in by hand or an electric mixer. It can be used in the microwave and oven up to 450 F. Well worth the purchase. I also purchased some of those thin, bendable plastic cutting boards from the dollar store, and they are amazing. Easy to clean and store. Large chopping boards are great, but can be a pain to clean. Lastly, a cast iron skillet is a must. Easily one of the best purchases I have made. They're affordable and can last a lifetime. They do require a little bit of maintenance, but are well worth it. I use mine for roasting chicken, stir frying, and baking bread. There's also a whole subreddit devoted to cast iron with tons of advice.

u/banana_fields · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

For me, the kitchen is truly my happy place. I LOVE to bake, cook, and create new recipes. Something about the noises, the measuring, stirring, etc is just so therapeutic. To watch people eat my creations is the greatest gift ever.

I’d like some new stainless steel prep bowls for sure!

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Cooking

This is a basic list with mid-grade item recommendations as links. You can definitely shop around and find better deals, but this will give you a place to start your shopping excursion from. Considering hitting up a local restaurant supply store for really good deals.

u/AFineDayForScience · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

Not a whole lot of BIFL things that you can buy for $60, though I'm in full on shopping mode from putting together my wedding registry together so I have some ideas:

  1. Set of nice percale pillowcases, or cheaper percale sheets. We have these for our guest beds, and they're a little rougher than high quality sheets, but pretty thick and durable.

  2. Yeti tumblers are pretty nice, hold temp well, and are generic.

  3. Anything from Anker. They make great phone/USB chargers. We have 2 of these, and are looking at another portable charger for trips.

  4. If you cook/bake, these are some quality mixing bowls for around $60

  5. Maybe a shredded memory foam pillow?
u/PiratesSayMoo · 4 pointsr/instantpot

I haven't used it yet, but I just picked up this 3.5 qt bowl on Amazon for exactly this purpose. Reviews state that it fits in the 6qt Instant Pot and it's the largest single container that I could find confirmation of it being able to fit. It's twice the volume of the pyrex 7 cup bowl that the other comment mentioned.


If you're okay with multiple containers, there's also something like this that can fit less per pot, but about the same/slightly more across the two containers (and gives you flexibility if you want to cook two things at once).

Bottom Pan: 6 cups 4 oz (52 oz)
Top Pan: 8 cups 4 oz (68 oz), but can fit up to 10 cups (80 oz) w/o the lid.


u/xaffinityx · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy cake day!!!

1 Rubber spatulas that I would use to mix up my cake, or icing colors which I use to die icings for cakes I make!

2 This one is a stretch but portal socks because Simon Pegg did voices for video games...and Portal is a video game!

3 I don't have any books on my WL. :P but.... I'd like to read this bag while I devour it's contents!

4 Mixing bowls. My SO tends to eat his cereal out of the few I have now >.<

5 Gecko food for our gecko! It even has a picture of one on the label!

6 Purple socks or purple nail polish!

7 Portal companion cube!

8 My (not so guilty) pleasure.

9 Pocket knife!

10 The definition of my childhood!

11 Literally for organizing!

12 My favorite hobby is baking!

13 PlayStation 4 could be geeky to some.

14 Made with 100% natural almonds!

15 Green socks!

16 I can wear these adorable leggings!

17 Funny candles!!

18 NSFW beads...

19 Gardening boots!

20 The item I love is this mixer!

I think you will buy these!

u/beersqueer · 1 pointr/Breadit

Hi Tom. This was a pretty basic loaf that I decided to bake for Easter this weekend. Fed my starter around 8pm Friday night. Around 7am the next morning, I built my levain, which was 50g white flour, 50g water to 50g mature starter for a total of 150g levain. I also began my autolyse, which in my case was 330g white flour, 95g whole wheat flour and about 315g water. I was aiming for 78% dough hydration given a 100% hydration starter. I did a longer-than-normal autolyse this go around where I left the flour and water to mingle for 4 hours. Around 11am, I added the 150g starter and incorporated using the pincer method. I left the mixture to get a head start for 30 minutes before adding 11g (2.2% by weight) fine sea salt. I left for 30 minutes and began the first of my 4 stretch and folds, which took place every half hour beginning at noon and completing the fourth and final at 1:30pm. I then allowed the dough to rest until about 6pm, at which point I shaped and placed into a proofing basket for a long, slow overnight proof in the refrigerator. At 7am Sunday morning, I preheated my oven to 500F which contains a pizza stone and the largest stainless steel bowl out of this set. After an hour of preheat, I scored my loaf, placed onto parchment paper and placed onto the pizza stone. This is where it can get a little tricky, with dough in my left hand, my ove-gloved-right-hand I open the oven, pull out the bowl and set it on the open door. I place my dough down on the stone. I grab my spray bottle (mist setting) and while holding the hot bowl, spray 4-5 times in the bowl and quickly place over the loaf and shut the oven door. I have found the pizza stone/bowl preferable to my dutch oven, as not only does it allow for a variety of dough shapes (the D.O. is especially conducive to boules) but the D.O. tends to scorch the bottom of my loafs, at least in my oven. I let it bake for 20-25 mins, then I remove the bowl and let it go for another 15-20 until desired crust color has been reached. I like them dark. Anyway, thanks for asking, let me know if there is anything I can clear up about this method.

u/Sardine_Sandwich · 2 pointsr/instantpot

3Qt mini chiming in, there is not a lot of accessories or spare parts out yet for the mini from my searching Amazon and the Instant pot website. When you look for an IP safe pot-in-pot, make sure it fits inside with a space all around so the bowl doesn't touch the inside main IP pot.

Two bowls I found are:


I bought the first one I linked and have not used it yet, it looks like it might be too tall even though the lid of my IP closes fine, the top of the bowl kinda flares out and almost touches the main inner IP pot sides. I will eventually test it when I have a chance, so far I haven't needed to use a pot-in-pot recipe yet. The second link bowl looks like it would have been the better choice, if it doesn't work out I'll just use it as a mixing bowl like I'm using the first one I ordered.

u/tinternettime · 1 pointr/Cooking

I'd recommend putting a range of smaller stuff so people can put things together for you

  • Ramekins - I use mine all the time, not just for Souffle/fondant. Makes making two individual things really easy
  • Stacking cooking equipment - Not sure how much space you've got, but things like this help when putting together an upgraded kitchen
  • Stock up on quality baking dishes - I'm personally a fan of LeCreuset, I use at least 1 dish probably every meal. They come in so many sizes for so many dishes.
  • and if you haven't got one and love avocados, this is my favourite kitchen item
u/123autumnleaves · 3 pointsr/cookiedecorating

Sure thing! Sorry it took me a while, I had to look up my receipts and such 😊


u/originalcondition · 2 pointsr/Baking

/u/lilmisscakes has great suggestions. If you have absolutely NOTHING for baking, a set of mixing bowls, measuring spoons and cups, some baking sheets, and some baking parchment (or a nice non-stick mat) are also good gifts. I got this set of pyrex mixing bowls with plastic lids that I use all the time. A good set of mixing spatulas is also useful for mixing batter/dough/frosting and scraping the sides of bowls.

u/RumpleAndBelle · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I would like to nominate myself for my kids. I have three wonderful children a boy who is two and two girls ages four and seven. When I am not at work I spend as much time with my children as possible, we read, do crafts, practice spelling, math, ect and we enjoy doing cooking activities together such as baking cookies. Our only problem is we are lacking in the kitchen department which means we don't get to bake together often, we could really use mixing bowls,hand towels,pot holders, ect some of wtich {towels,large bowls] would also come in handy while doing craft things. I would love These mixing bowls for the kids and I.

u/raventalons · 3 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

Right right.

Saw this and was interested where something like this could be picked up.

Turns out, it appears to be a rather expensive set from Joseph Joseph sold for ~$50 from their site and Target's.

Checked Amazon and it appears that it's available for a bit less on Amazon. Check it out, if like me, you were interested:

u/battraman · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Well it really depends on what you want so here's some random stuff.

u/Dblstandard · 5 pointsr/Breadit

This is my list:

u/mamallama · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I would get myself some mixing bowls .

Happy birthday!! doing anything fun?

u/giggidywarlock · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You can never have enough mixing bowls. Seriously. They are something that I would deem an absolute necessity, and something you can definitely gift yourself. Especially if you enjoy cooking.

u/hauteurr · 1 pointr/Gifts

I've had these for awhile now and love them!

OXO Good Grips 3-Piece Mixing Bowl Set, Blue/Green/Yellow

u/HaHaHarls · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

It IS listed as that on amazon, but it says "Modcloth" before it. I found it on amazon here though! :)

u/Tortured_Orchard · 2 pointsr/ketorecipes

I make something very similar and it's my favorite too! I meal prep this almost every other week, using Old Bay since I don't have cajun seasoning. I've thrown in some spinach when I'm not in the mood for peppers and loved it. The recipe I use from The Recipe Critic:

  • 1 pound large shrimp, peeled and deveined
  • 14 ounce pork or chicken sausage, sliced
  • 2 medium sized zucchini, sliced
  • 2 medium sized yellow squash, sliced
  • ½ bunch asparagus, sliced into thirds
  • 2 red bell pepper, chopped into chunks
  • Salt and Pepper
  • 2 Tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 Tablespoons Cajun Seasoning


  1. In a large bowl add the shrimp, sausage, zucchini, yellow squash, asparagus, bell pepper and salt and pepper. Add olive oil and cajun seasoning and toss until coated.
  2. Add to a large skillet and turn to medium high. Cook for about 5-7 minutes until the shrimp is pink and the vegetables are tender.
u/classic_queen · 2 pointsr/instantpot

I use a 1.5 quart for my 6 qt for pot in pot and it works really well. Here it is on Amazon Canada

u/itsmyotherface · 2 pointsr/Baking

If he has a kitchen aid:

Flex Edge Beater

Pouring shield

If he works with chocolate: good chocolate. The stuff you get at the grocery just doesn't cut it.

Some decent metal mixing bowls. Very versatile. Can be used for whipping cream stuff, used as a double boiler, and non-baking uses.

Containers for storing ingredients. I prefer OXO, but some people like sterilite or Rubbermaid.

u/ronin__9 · 2 pointsr/GoRVing

We are not full timers yet so the only appliances we keep in the TT is a full size coffee pot and an electric griddle.

We do bring some of our home appliances when we have planned a meal for the weekend like slow cooker or pressure cooking. Before kids we did all our cooking in campfire and the Dutch oven, but we don’t have that luxury at the moment.
Some of the basics that we upgraded and really appreciate are:
9 Piece nesting Bowl and Measuring Set, Chefs Knife with Self-Sharpening Sheath, roll up cutting mat, kitchen shears, and pie irons. If you use a dutch oven, buy the paper liners for fast cleanup

u/wrdprt · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I recently picked these up, happy with my purchase. The quality is good enough that they shouldn't melt in the microwave, but don't listen to anyone that claims BIFL, I got a small chip after one use.

u/Eric-R · 2 pointsr/LetsChat

> I realize that I'm thinking of these Pyrex bowls—my mixing and salad bowls.

Those are the kind that I mean. They sell the four piece set that I have but with lids now. I was able to find a set of lids and decided I could use that for things like game night, even.

u/str4nger · 9 pointsr/mildlyinfuriating

That's pretty standard, example.

u/SquareBlanketsSuck · 1 pointr/Cooking

I guess I mean something more like this

u/UnknownWon · 4 pointsr/oddlysatisfying


For those interested, there's a Smile - charity link.

u/SodaAnt · 11 pointsr/coolguides

I believe they actually did reduce prices though, at least when compared with inflation. Current pyrex is really cheap, you can get a set of three medium sized mixing bowls for barely over $10 on Amazon right now:

u/MindLikePotato · 1 pointr/foodwishes

5-Quart Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl

I've always used plastic or glass. So this was the first item on my shopping list. I wound up using the Sweethome's suggestion. I got the Vollrath (47935) bowl off Amazon for $8.25. So far so good. I use it often and even melted some chocolate the other day.

Sweethome Article

Amazon Link

u/wildeflowers · 1 pointr/GoRVing

I got a lot of stackable or nesting items, like the Joseph Joseph set thats bowls, a strainer, measuring cups and measuring spoons, but it all stacks into one big bowl. There's also a set of pots and pans that stores in the space of one pot. You can hang a lot of items with command hooks.

u/BrewCrewKevin · 1 pointr/Homebrewing

One of the 2-quart ones is a Pyrex. The other didn't have a name on it, but it looks sort of like this guy.

u/saarlac · 17 pointsr/GifRecipes

Buy this

I use mine way more than I thought I would.

u/stuffandwhatnot · 1 pointr/instantpot

This is the one I got, but there are several that would work.

u/mike413 · 2 pointsr/minimalism
Check out these bowls, utensils and cookware

::))) (nested smilies)
u/Einsteins_coffee_mug · 9 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

[$36 on Amazon](Joseph Joseph 40031 Nest 9 Nesting Bowls Set with Mixing Bowls Measuring Cups Sieve Colander, 9-Piece, Multicolored

u/DaddyKoolAid · 6 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

5 millilitres to 4.5 litres for those of us who don't live in Liberia or Myanmar...

u/MillenniumIce · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Mixing bowls They're under $15

u/ccquinn · 3 pointsr/vegan1200isplenty

my mixing bowl has a spout/lip thingy that lets me pour the batter
so I don't have use a measuring cup

u/SpartanMonkey · 2 pointsr/BulkDeals

I think you mean these.

u/asymmetry313 · 9 pointsr/AskCulinary

For a quick fix, purchase large, glass food storage containers with tight fitting lids. I use these. Strain your stock into the container(s), then store in the refrigerator. It will take all of two minutes.

u/I_am_really_shocked · 1 pointr/instantpot

I don't know how much bigger an 8 quart is than a 6, other than the obvious 2 quart volume. I got this one from Zulily (not there at the moment), and it fits into my 6 quart, but there's only about ½ to ¾ inch all around, and it comes up almost as high as the IP itself; on the original IP trivet, I can still get the lid on tightly. I'm not sure that's enough space for the IP to come to pressure, so I haven't given it a try, but your 8 may be able to handle this deep 3.5 quart bowl.

3.5 Quart at Amazon

u/pigeonchase · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

A set of various sized mixing bowls would have my cooking go a lot faster! Right now I have 2 large ones, but when cooking multiple things it takes time to wash them out in between. And worse is when you're mixing something small in a big bowl and it just pushes things around and takes more work to bind together.

u/kindall · 8 pointsr/Frugal

The problem is that there is mold and other nastiness in between the glass bottle and the exterior shell. The way this happened is that the seal broke and water and other stuff got in there. Said other stuff proceeded to grow and is now extremely nasty, to the extent that you can smell it even past the small crevice that the smell can get through.

Happened to some mixing bowls we got (these ones) and we had to throw them out, because no amount of washing made a dent. In fact, the dishwasher would force more water in, making it worse.

The good news is, you can throw it out without guilt because it's broken. Even if you managed to get something in there that would kill the stuff and neutralize the odor, can you get enough in there to take care of it more than temporarily? And if you could, would you be happy drinking from a Thermos that you know had dead mold or whatever inside it?

Well, actually, don't throw it out -- send it back to the manufacturer and they'll send you a new one. But it'll probably do the same thing eventually.