With over 20 of experimenting in the kitchen, I’ve made my food preparation space the most organized, efficient, and well-designed machinery. My kitchen is designed in a way so I can perform on time, have the best possible organization (both time and ingredients), and after this optimization, there was a big change.
The quality of my meals went through the roof. The time of preparation got shorter. My efficiency and creativity went up, and I was getting tired less. My kitchen optimization is changing lives, and I know I can change yours as well.
How to optimize your kitchen and food preparation process?
Start with your refrigerator. More often than not, we are using our refrigerators wrong. Learn what goes where and how long the food can healthy.
Next, enhance your veggies preparation. They require attention and care but reward your care with delight. Just knowing how long you should cook each vegetable will improve your cooking DRAMATICALLY.
Then comes the meat. Anybody can cut the meat, but only a skilled chef can make the perfect stake. Moreover, the time required to grill it to perfection can be different from what you’ve known. And when you consider how many meats are out there, knowing how to cut it and which part of the animal is best for which type of preparation will make you a pro chef.
Next, there are spices, liquids, and measurements. Mastering recipes means knowing the measurements and their conversions in an instant.
With this kitchen optimization guide printed on your kitchen wall, you’re going to be a better chef in no time.
Score from the experts at Killer Infographics
Visual Communication - 75%
Design - 75%
Content/Script - 75%
Usability - 95%
This infographic presents a lot of useful kitchen information all in one place. The charts are thoroughly detailed and would be good to have on hand when cooking. Some of the diagrams are also very well done, leading to high marks for visual communication. A few simple changes could really boost the quality, however: trim the copy, include some icons, and stick to a consistent design style. There's a lot of potential here, and it's well on its way to a great infographic. As is, we'd give it a B.