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In-The-Kitchen With Arthritis / Cooking With Arthritis

Tips and advice for organizing your kitchen and creating an arthritis-friendly environment. More tips on cooking easy, good tasting, and nutritious meals.
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10 Cooking Tips for People With Arthritis
Cooking can be difficult for people with arthritis who live with physical limitations, pain, and fatigue. These 10 cooking tips can help you make the task more manageable.

Top 7 Arthritis-Friendly Kitchen Gadgets / Kitchen Tools
Kitchen gadgets and kitchen tools can make cooking with arthritis enjoyable again.

Must-Have Kitchen Gadget for People With Arthritis
With physical limitations due to arthritis, you may have difficulty doing certain tasks in the kitchen. There may be a kitchen gadget that you found which makes kitchen work easier. Which kitchen gadget can't you live without? See submissions

How to Organize Your Kitchen if You Have Arthritis
Step-by-step advice on how to organize your kitchen for easy access.

Reachers
Need help grabbing something that's out of reach? Reachers are great to have on hand.

Jar Opener - Bottle and Can Opener
Opening a jar can be difficult for people with hand arthritis. A jar opener makes the task much easier.

How to Clean the Kitchen in 15 Minutes
Use this method to keep your kitchen running smoothly without making you feel rundown.

Crockpot and Slow Cooker Recipes Index
The big index of over 1400 crockpot recipes and resources for crockpot or slow cooker.

Fast Easy Recipes - Quick and Delicious
Sometimes, when the dinner hour approaches, I need to pull out an easy recipe that I can make in my sleep. I always choose an easy recipe that uses ingredients I know are in my pantry, fridge, or freezer. Browse through this list of super easy recipes and add some to your repertoire. They will never fail you!

Four Ingredient Recipes - Quicker and Easier
Some of these recipes use very fresh ingredients, and just naturally need fewer additions. Others rely on convenience foods and prepared salad dressings and other food products. Just so you know, salt, pepper and water aren't included in the total ingredient count - you should have those ingredients on hand at all times!

Cooking with Arthritis by Megan Belton
Meal preparation can be a very difficult task, especially after a long day of work, from D'Youville College.

Shopping and Arthritis by Megan Belton
Shopping can be very tiresome for most people, but for those who suffer from rheumatoid arthritis, it can be even more so, from D'Youville College.

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