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Kitchen travel kit that makes it easy for a person who uses a wheelchair to prepare food, even if the environment is not adapted
The travel kitchen consists of a hard suitcase that can be used as a work surface held on a lap. It contains an ergonomic peeler, a flexible cutting board, sharp knives and an electric halogen hotplate or an induction hotplate, an extremely quick hotplate that is ideal for stir frying and deep frying.
The user feels that the travel kitchen is superb. It allows him to help with the cooking, any time, anywhere. It is also ideal for a camping vacation/holiday.
He also uses other suitcases and a lap cushion as a tray and to keep balance, see associated tips.
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Tomas lives in an apartment together with his partner. He works part time as a photographer. He was injured in 1983 and has a low tetraplegia. He has home help one hour a day.
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