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    Pasta cooker i love!

    I have the happy chopper which is great for chopping onions.

    Sandwich containers & the half size sandwich type ones

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    Snack cups!! Lots and lots of them. I use them in the kids lunchboxes every day.

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    - Happy chopper
    - Heat n eats (use all the time for work lunches)
    - Freezer mates
    - Rice cooker (perfect rice, all the time)
    - Modular Mates (go for the black lid if you like things to match. They've changed the shade of all the others over the years)
    - Sifter (awesome)
    - Scales


    I also have a few other bits and pieces,
    - microwave jug
    - water jug
    - big mixing bowl as pp mentioned with splash guard
    - juicer (makes pulpy juice, yum)

    Plus my friend swears by the spatula and can opener.

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    My essentials would be:
    As others have said, heat n eats.
    1L water bottles (H2O on the go).
    The vegetable peeler
    Ice cube trays (cool cubes) - best things ever.
    Season serve marinating containers

    I also have a salad bowl that comes with its own lid, which is handy for picnics and parties but wouldn't say it's an essential. I also recently got the mandochef but am yet to take it for a test run so can't comment on that yet!

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    Cheese keeper
    Scissors
    Pasta cooker
    kids bowls
    I have an old school colander I love too

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    The microwave containers - heat n eat I think there called.

    Mine are over 12 years old and still going strong. Ive had to have a few bases replaced over the years but mine are workhorses and get loads and loads of use. Love how they go from freezer/fridge/microwave.

    My rice cooker is great too.

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    Happy chef,
    Sandwich mates are brilliant!! I have one for each of us. Whole days food in one box.
    Slice and cake containers. I have 9&4 respectively and they hold food well plus freeze well.
    I buy mine from fb Tupperware second hand pages.

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    Fridge mates
    pick a deli
    vegetable peeler
    can opener

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    Oh yeah, I forgot Heat & Eats (I can seriously throw one full of SOUP into my backpack for work and don't have to worry about it leaking!). My husband refuses to use any other microwave container now.

    The other item I use a lot is my microwave jug. I use it to cook rice and pretty much anything that needs cooking/defrosting in the microwave. My only regret is that mine is the old 1L size and they now have a 1.5L with a detachable handle (easier for storage) that I think would be more useful.

    As for the siZe of VentSmarts, I have a few and like the medium high one (I keep my carrots and celery stalks together - I trim the leaves and cut the stalks on half) and the small high one (great for fruit salad or a couple of punnets of strawberries).

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    Modular mates
    Vent smarts - New version of fridgesmarts
    Freezer mates
    Heat n Eats
    Can Opener

    When you join you can buy at 32% off, and earn a freebie a week just by selling, thats what i did and it cost me next to nothing to fill my kitchen with Tupperware
    Now im no longer doing parties just buying for me and my family/ friends.... and heads up new summer catalogue comes out in September


 

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