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507 clicks; posted to Food » on 22 May 2020 at 5:01 AM (9 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-05-22 5:17:21 AM  
My rule is if you spend more time playing Tetris trying to get an item to fit than it would  have taken to hand wash, dry, and put away, you've failed at life.
 
2020-05-22 5:50:59 AM  
Business end up!
Bonus tip ... TP comes off the top of the roll towards you.
 
2020-05-22 9:00:06 AM  
Modern dishwashers have internalized the heating elements so you can put the dishwasher safe plastic anywhere you want.  Just don't put it under any stress (jam it into the rack) or it might warp.
 
2020-05-22 9:35:52 AM  
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2020-05-22 10:07:01 AM  
Last year our dishwasher broke, and it was going to be a couple months before a replacement was arriving (buddy who lives out of state snagged an open box Bosch for half price at Best Buy) so I was washing by hand daily.

It's just two of us here, and it really didn't take too much more time to wash, rinse, dry, and put away than it did with the machine.

Most of our pots and pans aren't dishwasher safe, as is my Kitchen knife set, wooden utensils, and some glassware, so adding in a few plates, coffee mugs, and silverware to the mix was no major increase in effort.

Plus, it's kind of cathartic to hand wash everything.
 
2020-05-22 10:21:38 AM  

Jimmysolson: ...
Bonus tip ... TP comes off the top of the roll towards you.


Unless you have a cat. otherwise agree.
 
2020-05-22 12:13:54 PM  
Most new dishwashers use about 4 gallons of water for the whole cycle.

My wife can use that much washing a single pot.

Save water, use your dishwasher.

(Been waiting for a ADA Bosh dishwasher for several weeks. Regular ones are too tall to fit under our counter.)
 
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