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“I can Whisk”

published 12/04/2012

AdvantagesEasy for children to use easy to clean well made

DisadvantagesNone for my son

...This little children's whisk was something we bought from Lakeland a couple of months ago to use when cooking and baking with our son. Lakeland has joined in partnership with the Cbeebies series "I can cook" to produce a range of kitchen utensils especially for children. The whisk itself is nice and small about 20cm long in total. The handle is smaller than...

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AdvantagesCooks evenly and does not allow food to stick, easy to wash

DisadvantagesCould do with another handle on the opposite side

...enough that I could lift it using the long handle which I cannot do with my own Le Crueset one. The wok with the lid weighs 2116g so it is not light but a lot lighter than mine! I could then shake the contents while they were cooking as well as stirring them well. This wok can be used on most cookers from electric, gas, ceramic, glass and even halogen but is not suitable for use on solid...

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“At last I can fly”

published 01/09/2002

AdvantagesGives you energy

DisadvantagesDoesn't taste too nice

...and concentration. The drink itself comes in a blue and silver can with the name in red on the front. Sometimes I pay little over £1 or £0.90p for a 250ml can. So, it's not cheap. But, it's not one of those drinks that you drink all the time like cola or lemonade. Only when you feel you need a boost. I get through maybe 1 or 2 cans a weeks, depending on when I feel I need it most. THE TASTE...

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