The Edit by Lucy Marr
Our first edit of the year is by our good friend Lucy Marr. Lucy is the creator of Sans (ceuticals) a hair and skin care range that is a favourite of ours, she is also a brilliant cook and is pictured in her kitchen testing some of her fermented goods. Lucy shares with us her five most used Everyday Needs pieces.
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Martino Gamper salt or pepper spitz // $200 each - This is hands down the best grinder I have ever used. Looks incredible but best of all, it never fails to give a generous grind as the mechanics are so good. I have spent countless dollars on grinders in the past to only be disappointed. This is a must for all foodies!
Alpaca and Mohair blend socks by Polder // $45 - I'm a massive fan of these – so much so, they are the only socks I wear. They wash exceptionally well (meaning they don’t resemble a felt toy sock after two or three washes), are made from 100% Mohair and Alpaca and are great both in summer and winter.
Japanese beer glasses // $65 - I buy these for my kids (disregard title) because they are indestructible!
Japanese kitchen scissors // $115 - I’ve had these for 3 years now and they are still as sharp as the day I bought them – amazing since I use them in both garden and kitchen. They still cut paper exceptionally well!
Weck jars // $6 - $20 - I'm a mad fermenter and pickler and have tried all sorts of storage vessels – Weck win hands down. The lids don’t rust, they come in assorted shapes - brilliant for stacking into small places (I have the smallest kitchen known to man!) and allow the right amount of air to escape for fermented goods.