b) Are you left- or right-handed?

illustration for section: b) Are you left- or right-handed?

Next step is to determine if you are left- or right-handed

And that is why: for right-handed persons it is more natural to move from left to right — the working hand goes first. Indeed, the way we write is the same. For left-handed the opposite is true.
Have you ever noticed how it is inconvenient for a left-handed person to write? There you are!

Thus, having known the steps that constitute cooking as a process, we can put the things together with the furniture

Assume you are right-handed. Therefore, our cooking chain will emerge from left to right.

Stage 1: Washing and Peeling

What piece of the kitchen furniture will be the first left link in our, as chefs say, cooking "ridge"?
Guess what? It will not be a sink, but the frige. It is a fridge from where we get meat, vegetables and greens and send them further to the right — the cooking hub #1 – to the wash. In the box under the sink it is useful to keep roots like potatoes, carrots, onions and others, which should not be kept in the frige.
Note: Some words on the water taps for the kitchen sink. It is desirable to install a ball-type water mixer (singlehanded). You will not need to rinse your hands every time before opening/closing water. With this type of water mixer you will do it with only one finger. Saves much, believe me.

Stage 2: Cutting

Taking out the rinsed and cleaned meat and vegetables from the kitchen sink, we send them further (note, from our left hand to the right) to the cutting-table — cooking node #2.
All the subsidiary objects are grouped around the cutting surface, such as knives and other cooking “tools”, cutting boards, cups, as well as kitchen appliances.
Think and decide which of these items you will use most often and put them on the right hand, preferably open (not in the kitchen drawers and cabinets), and hanging. But never place them on the table.

Cooking table should be clean and free

Items needed less, but nonetheless actively used should be placed on the left, also freely accessible, if possible. Finally, rarely used, as well as large objects (such as appliances) can be placed in the kitchen drawers, cabinets etc.

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