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FACT: Horizontal spaces collect clutter.
FACT: Less horizontal surfaces collect less clutter.
CONCLUSION: I want the absolute MINIMUM amount of work surfaces in my kitchen that will still let me carry on with most of my meal-making.
The question becomes exactly how much space is that? Today’s video dives into a deep analysis on exactly how much surface area I need to make my meal, how much surface area I can add to the kitchen through clever counter hacks, and what my plans are for minimizing the horizontal surfaces and therefore the clutter in my kitchen. Enjoy!
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The Efficient Kitchen By Georgie Boynton Child
Copyright 1914 by Georgie Boynton Child
An Ideal Kitchen By Maria Parloa
Copyright 1887 by Maria Parloa
Economy In the Kitchen By J. F. Breazeale
Copyright 1918 by Frye Publishing Company
3:20 Practical Research
9:40 New Kitchen Layout
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