Do you have any tips, appliances or gadgets in the kitchen that might help work around MS limitations?
Sometimes MS symptoms make you think you can no longer cook dinner for your family or even yourself, but you still have to eat. Some people did not like to cook even before MS was a factor. Making meals is a part of everyday life that is often more challenging when MS is also part of that life.
There are kitchen gadgets for sale meant to make cooking chores easier for people with disabilities.There are also some household items that can be used in a different way to make this chore quick and easy. For example, I use scissors to cut meat and some soft fruit and berries. It's surprising how quickly I can cube a large slice of chicken for a casserole or a nice bowl of fresh fruit for dessert.
It was suggested in a comment that this would be a good question, so this one is thanks to tellnhelen. The question this week is: Do you have any tips, appliances or gadgets in the kitchen that might help work around MS limitations?
Tell us about any clever cooking tips or tools that you find useful in the kitchen.
Published On: January 19, 2010