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Adaptive Cooking Tools for Special Needs

Adaptive Cooking Tools for Special Needs

15/02/2013

Adaptive Cooking Tools For Special Needs


If you are cooking with children who have additional needs, you may be looking for advice on how to make cooking as safe and accessible as possible.



This article on Your Special Chef about adapting ordinary cooking tools to include everyone effectively is a really useful read.

The article covers tools which help with grip, slipping, opening things, draining things, cutting, peeling, and easy to understand measuring tools.

Highly recommended.You can read it
here.




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