In this article, we’re peeling back the curtain on our moving kitchen and sharing the secrets to mastering grocery shopping and meal planning when space is as precious as the memories we create. Join us as we unravel the art of the RV kitchen.
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Making tiny kitchens work
The mantra “less is more” is loud and clear in tiny kitchens. It’s all about figuring out what’s essential and what you can comfortably live without on your nomadic journey. Embracing the “One Month Rule,” we question the necessity of items that haven’t seen the light of day in the last month. Holidays might be the exception, but streamlining our kitchen gear helps keep our RV efficient and spacious.
Things we love to use in the kitchen
- Ninja Foodi 5-in-1 Indoor Electric Grill
- Instant Pot
- Char-Broil Big Easy Oil-less Liquid Propane Turkey Fryer
- Individual utensils
- Kitchen Strainer
- 6 Pack — 3.2L storage containers
- 10PCS — storage containers
- 2pcs Wire Baskets
- Coffee Canister
- Harvests Hosts
- Cast iron Dutch oven
- Double Cast Iron – Pie and pizza’s
- KOIOS Vacuum Sealer Machine
- 8” x 12” Vacuum Sealer Bags