Upgrade Your Kitchen with These Items
A kitchen appliance should be the epitome of both form and function; it needs to work efficiently, it needs to be easy to clean and keep sanitized, and it ought to look good on your counter top while it's doing it. Here are some items that you didn't know you needed - and maybe a few that you can upgrade.
A high-quality blender

A good blender won't leave you with any chunks, will be easy to clean, and can grind up anything from carrots to ice cubes. The Vitamix 5200 is one of the best options currently available on the market. This device is great for making nutrient-rich smoothies, purees, and even homemade baby food.
A centrifugal or masticating juicer
A juicer is a crucial kitchen accessory if you prefer a healthy lifestyle. You can choose between a centrifugal juicer, which uses spinning blades to grind up fruits and veggies into soup, or a masticating juicer, which uses a press to squeeze the juice out of your preferred produce. Two of the best juicers currently on the market are the Jack LaLanne Power Juicer (centrifugal, pictured right) and the Omega NC800 (masticating).

A Belgian waffle maker

What can be a better breakfast than a cup of coffee and some waffles with chocolate? The Cuisinart WAF-300 waffle iron will help you start your days with a yummy breakfast treat. It's a light in weight, easy to use and clean device that you won't regret - plus, it's got a non-stick surface so it's easy to clean.
A soda maker
Everyone knows that cutting out soda is hard to do, but it's a decision your future self won't regret. With the SodaStream Power soda maker, you can control how much sugar is going into your drinks and still get your fizzy kicks (or just drink carbonated water with a lime - my personal favourite in the summer time!)

A solid set of knives

Every chef should invest into a good set of knives - it's one of those pay-once, reap-the-benefits-forever kind of products. The Swivgo Knife Set consists of a paring knife, a utility knife, a carving knife, a chef's knife, and a knife for bread - all rust- and tarnish-resistant, stylish looking, and made out of stainless steel.
A bread machine
If you're a baker, you'll definitely love a bread machine. It seems superfluous - why go through the effort of making bread when you can just buy it? - but you'll change your mind the first time you smell freshly baked bread in your home. One of the best models on the market now is the SD-YD250 by Panasonic. It comes with multiple settings, 2 different loaf sizes, and a 13-hour delay start option. Plus, you can experiment with bread recipes by adding nuts, fruit, and more to the dough mixture.

A vacuum sealer

A vacuum sealer is a genius invention for storing food and protecting it from mold and bacteria. With the FoodSaver FM5480, you will be able to stash of meat and more in your freezer, without risk of ruining it with freezer burn.
They say that a kitchen is the heart of the home, and each of these appliances can upgrade your home to being more efficient, healthier, and more delicious.

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