7 Kitchen Gadgets That Make Healthy Cooking a Breeze

7 Kitchen Gadgets That Make Healthy Cooking a Breeze
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Healthy eating takes time and effort that not everyone has. You have to chop vegetables, heat up the oven and whip up your own no-sugar-added sauces and dressings.

While a personal chef would do wonders, you don’t need one. Cooking accessories have come a long way since the first pop-up toaster. Whether you’re trying to turn vegetables into pasta noodles or chicken breast into crispy nuggets, there’s a tool for the job.

We’ve rounded up some kitchen gadgets that are sure to simplify — and speed up — your healthy cooking efforts. All these products get at least four stars from reviewers, so you know they’ve been put to the test.

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