Steamer?

@911Ricki (13602)
Canada
January 11, 2013 11:04am CST
I was looking through Walmart to see if I needed any more household items for when I movee out. I came across this steamer, it has multiple levels, you can steam meat, veggies, and so on. I just want to know how well it works, if it's worth the $50.00. I've been looking at buying one, but don't know anyone that has one.
3 responses
@SomeCowgirl (32266)
• United States
11 Jan 13
We don't own one here. What I would suggest is what I usually do. If I see something I like I go to amazon.com and look it up, look at it's reviews if nothing else. Now amazon may not have the exact same one but something similar, and maybe at a better price.
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@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
12 Jan 13
I will have to check Amazon out then, see what their reviews are.
@ZoeJoy (1395)
• United States
11 Jan 13
Do you want to be doing a lot of steaming??? Personally, I prefer to eat my vegetables raw and fresh but if you like steamed vegetables, it might be worth it to you. I don't own a steamer and never had one, so can't give you any advise about using one. If it is just you or just the two of you, my suggestion is to keep kitchen gadgets down to a minimum. First move out, then after you have been cooking for awhile, you will see if you need anything else. There is just the two of us and I use the cast iron frying pan the most for cooking. It can go in the oven for baking fish or chicken or baking corn bread. Or I just use it for frying on top of the stove. I keep my kitchen gadgets down to a minimum. I have a small kitchen and cooking is not one of my hobbies. If you really enjoy cooking and you want to spend time cooking and you have a big kitchen, then get all the kitchen gadgets you want to make you happy. But if you are like most people, a small to medium kitchen and you only cook to make meals, you might want to think twice about extra kitchen gadgets and cookware. All the best to you.
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
12 Jan 13
I can't eat raw veggies becuse of my colitis, so I steam them which helps a lot or else I will be in pain constantly. I have gotten all the necessary items I need that I use regularly now, I was loking at the steamers, because the on the stove method takes alot longer, normally I don't have that free time, I go from job to job, and when I come home I don't want to be cooking constantly.
@mariaperalta (19094)
• Mexico
11 Jan 13
I have one here, use for my pinto beans and things. i bought mine online in usa. Was like 39.99. Id check around for a better price I think...
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
12 Jan 13
I will look around, but I would assume Walmart would be the cheapiest compared to the other stores, unless there is a sale.