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When you move into your first apartment or house, there’s a lot to check off on your to-do list — from packing to scheduling movers to shopping for new stuff. Well, at least the “shopping for new stuff” part is kind of fun. But don’t make it harder than it needs to be, at least when it comes to gathering tools for your new kitchen.
This 24-piece kitchen tool set on Amazon has just about everything you need to cook breakfast, lunch, dinner and then some — and it only costs $24.99.
Shop: Kaluns Store Kitchen Utensil Set, $24.99
Kaluns Store’s nylon and stainless steel utensils come in black or red. They’re dishwasher-friendly, non-stick, stain-resistant, odor-resistant and heat-resistant up to 350 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the product description.
The set includes: a soup ladle, solid spoon, slotted spoon, solid turner, slotted turner, potato pusher, spatula, whisk, tongs, ice cream scooper, wine opener, vegetable peeler, can opener, cheese grater, measuring cups and measuring spoons.
More than 6,700 Amazon shoppers give the Kaluns Store Kitchen Utensil Set 5 out of 5 stars.
“Light weight but surprisingly durable and not flimsy. Very happy with this purchase,” wrote one Amazon reviewer.
“This was a great set to start a new home,” wrote another Amazon reviewer. “Very easy to use, easy to clean and sturdy. Definitely a great option for an affordable kitchen set!”
There’s no reason to spend a lot of money on kitchen tools when you can get this set for cheap. Then, you can focus more of your moving budget on the really fun stuff, like decor and comfy bedding.
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