KITCHEN SETUP

By Dr. Lawrence Wilson

September 2018, L.D. Wilson Consultants, Inc.

 

All information in this article is only the opinion of the author and for educational purposes only.  It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.

 

For the development diet, you do not need a fancy kitchen setup.  Here is what is required:

 

A pressure cooker.  We believe this is an excellent cooking method.  Once you become comfortable with its use, which takes a few weeks, many people do not want to use other methods of cooking.  For details, read Pressure-cooking.

A bowl or pot that fits inside your pressure cooker.  Use this to make purple corn cereal.

Measuring cups.  Preferably have a set containing one cup, two cups and four cups.

Vegetable knife and cutting board(s).

One medium-sized or 2-quart saucepan for boiling eggs.  You could use an egg poacher instead.

Juicer for carrot juice.  We like the Champion juicer or the less expensive centrifugal type.  Alternatively, you can buy ready-made carrot juice.

Coffee grinder.  This is used to grind coffee beans for coffee enemas, and to grind purple corn to make purple corn cereal.

Plastic bags that vegetables come in.  It is best to keep your vegetables in these bags to keep them fresh.  Also, when you open a package of meat, put it in one of these bags and close with a twist tie to keep meat fresh longer.  Store meat, and preferably vegetables, in the bottom shelf of the refrigerator.

Miscellaneous: silverware, wooden spoon for stirring, slotted spoon for dishing out vegetables, plastic or preferably glass containers for storing leftovers, and paper towels.

 

Clean up equipment

Bon Ami for cleaning everything.  We like this better than soap or detergent because Bon Ami does not leave a soap film in the sink, as do the other cleaning products.

Two scouring pad that do not scratch.  One should have a sponge and the other is plain, without a sponge.  Use the one without the sponge to clean dishes and anything that touches food.  Use the other to clean counter surfaces and anything that does not touch food.

 

 

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