When I give decluttering advice, I will always give you permission to get rid of duplicate kitchen tools. That’s because it’s a purchasing problem I always seem to fall victim to myself. I’ve had my fair share of kitchen tools that I don’t love, that I get new versions of, and that I keep all versions of for all the usual reasons: What if one breaks? What if I have people helping me in the kitchen and we both need it? What if I’m baking three pies at once and the others are all dirty?
There’s one kitchen tool, though, that I found the perfect iteration of. I even bought a duplicate. On purpose, this time.