When buying breakfast items consider buying the ones that are already pre-prepared like, waffles, pancakes, muffins, etc. Cereal, pop-ups, and instant hot cereals are also good. These items will save you time and they are easy to fix. These kinds of food items are good, because most people with arthritis are usually the stiffest in the early mornings.
Whenever possible use microwave ovens. They will save you time and energy. You can cook a variety of food items in the microwave.
I take a medication that needs to be refrigerated daily. I am planning a trip to Europe and need to know what I can buy for keeping my medication cool throughout my stay. There will be no refrigerator in the room.
Can you give me 4 of the best kitchen aids for arthritis sufferers. I am giving a food demo on Dec 1st in NZ and would like to hear of some devices to make chopping vegs and opening cans etc.
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