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User rolls out pizza dough
User rolls out pizza dough

Rolling pin made from a toy rolling pin and a paint roller clamp (close-up)
Rolling pin made from a toy rolling pin and a paint roller clamp (close-up)

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Kitchen - One-handed rolling pin

Practical easy to use rolling pin – suitable for persons with impaired hand function

Description
One-handed rolling pin made of a toy rolling pin and a roller clamp from a roller paint set.

Manufacturer
The user

Purchased from
Paint store (roller clamp); toy store (rolling pin)

Idea
The user

Paid for by
The user

Tip is dated from 2008

Categories for this tip
household tasks » preparing meals, Tips and tricks from people with Low tetraplegia with partly function in arms/hands (C7- Th1, ASIA A, B).

3 comments:

  1. Wow, what a great idea! I had a stroke when I was younger and I have some movement in my hand, but not enough to roll pie crust. Thanks so much!
    #301# comment 2010-10-19
  2. I really like a one handle rolling pin. I used one at a living history museum. It was all wood and the handle was in the middle with 1 wooden piece from each end of the rolling pin connected to the wooden handle. It was dated around the 1830s-1850s. The story was told that it was useful because a child could be carried on a hip while rolling the dough out with the other hand.
    #765# comment 2011-05-03
  3. Wow. Thanks for that idea. After becoming paralyzed on my right side it's been hard finding ways to do things. This idea is great. In going to try that this week. I can't believe that companies haven't put this out yet
    #19422# comment 2014-11-23

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