There is Nothing Lazy about This Useful Lazy Susan

There is Nothing Lazy about This Useful Lazy Susan - Food & Nutrition Magazine - Stone Soup
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Product reviewed: JK Adams 14” Maple Lazy Susan

There is nothing worse than forgetting you have something buried in the back of your cabinet because you can’t see it or having your most-used items scattered all over the kitchen counter without a home. The JK Adams 14” Maple Lazy Susan turntable easily stores your most-used items.

At first, I thought I would use this Lazy Susan for herbs and spices in my cabinet, but it’s too large. Instead, it found a home next to my oven, stocked with my most-used cooking ingredients. The 14-inch surface holds a lot of items, and the smooth rotation of the ball-bearing swivels makes it really easy to turn to grab whatever I need.There is Nothing Lazy about This Useful Lazy Susan -

I also used the Lazy Susan for taco night, adding all the taco toppings in small bowls to the Lazy Susan and placing it in the center of the kitchen table. My family loved the ease of simply turning the Lazy Susan to grab their favorite toppings instead of constantly needing to pass ingredients to everyone. While it is easy to wash, the Lazy Susan must be handwashed with warm, soapy water and thoroughly dried. It is a little high maintenance, needing JK Adams mineral oil or beeswax wood conditioner once a week to maintain its finish.

Stylish enough for the table or the kitchen island, the JK Adams 14” Maple Lazy Susan can be a centerpiece to any gathering of friends and family. Or, use it to hold your most-used shelf-stable ingredients in the kitchen. Forget digging through the items buried in the back of the cabinets!

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Julie Lopez
Julie Lopez, RD is the registered dietitian and culinary nutrition chef behind her website based in New Jersey.

Cooking has always given Julie joy because of its powerful ability to connect people together. She was always intrigued by the way food can impact your health and decided to follow her passion to dive deeper in learning through culinary school and becoming a registered dietitian.

Julie’s passion is to educate others about nutrition through food and giving them the tools they need to build confidence in the kitchen. It’s her mission to help everyone appreciate all the delicious ways foods can be prepared so everyone can fall in love with it again and again.

Most recently, her recipes have been featured in NBC News, Huffington Post, and US News & World Report.