“I bought one for home and didn't notice much of a difference, but when I had to use my non-mechanical office keyboard, it felt like garbage. The keys feel so much less mushy on a mechanical keyboard,” shared one.
One Redditor replied, “So true! I've been using one for years, so I don't even remember how big the difference was, but recently I convinced my boyfriend to buy one, and he was like, wow, my teeth never felt so brushed!”
“You can get one for around $100, and it can easily cook a staggering variety of food and cook it well,” said one. “Today, I learned several types of people use pressure cookers. People who use them for cooking food, and people who use them to sterilize things.”
“When you have tools that are satisfying to use, cooking becomes less of a chore and more of a hobby. You'll eat healthier, cheaper than takeout/restaurant, and ditching the dull Walmart knife and the scratched-up nonstick aluminum skillet is the best place to start.”