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    bunkx is offline Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections
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    Default * Spin Off* Most useless house appliance

    In my house it would probably be my juicer that I have used twice next would be my rice cooker

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    Yeah my rice cooker is a waste of space, no matter how much water I put in, the rice is always dry and crunchy! Also my pizza maker, it has a stone in it that gets to 300 degrees so EVERYTHING sticks to it and you can't submerge it or even really wet it!! I've used it once...

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    Pie maker....never used it. Gave it away.

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    Zyliss onion chopper. Honestly, by the time I've cut the onion in half, peeled it and chopped it with the chopper, then washed the onion chopper, knife and breadboard I could've just chopped the damn onion myself (and done a better job) with less washing up.

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    Default * Spin Off* Most useless house appliance

    Rice cooker. I've used it twice in 3 years...

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    Rice cooker, omelete maker, and smoothie maker

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    Yep, definitely the juicer.

    My rice cooker, on the other hand, is amazing! We use it all the time!

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    Default * Spin Off* Most useless house appliance

    Quote Originally Posted by WineTime View Post
    Zyliss onion chopper. Honestly, by the time I've cut the onion in half, peeled it and chopped it with the chopper, then washed the onion chopper, knife and breadboard I could've just chopped the damn onion myself (and done a better job) with less washing up.
    This! Plus electric carving knife and steamer.

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    Default * Spin Off* Most useless house appliance

    I just culled all the crap I don't use the only things that made the cut-
    Sandwich press
    Pie maker - we don't use it a lot but I do like to have it.
    Pressure cooker
    Food processor
    Kettle
    toaster.

    I have a microwave rice cooker, pasta cooker and steamer and they are awesome!!

    Other then that I got rid of soo much useless crap.

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    I think it would have to be my electric wok.. I haven't used it in years!

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