This Shop Has Wallet-Friendly Kitchen Finds That Go for as Low as P25
Shop ceramics, glassware, pots, pans, and more!
(SPOT.ph) We recently showed you this cool baking tool store with items as low as P12 as well as this department store that houses chic ceramics that start at P30. If you're looking for more places to shop affordable kitchenware, here's one to check out: Eco Prima Home and Commercial Kitchen Supply is kitchen tool heaven and many of their items are budget-friendly!
According to Eco Prima's website, they've got items in their lineup you can shop for as low as P25. You'll find cooking tools, pots and pans, ceramics, glassware, cutlery, and even commercial kitchen items inside. If you're planning on dropping by, you may want to set aside a few hours so you can get lost browsing the shelves upon shelves of kitchen essentials. Happy shopping and don't forget your face mask and shield!
Here's a peek inside their stores:
Eco Prima Home and Commercial Kitchen Supply has branches at A.S. Fortuna, Mandaue City, Cebu and West Diversion Road, Mandurriao, Iloilo City.
In case you'd rather not leave the house, you can also shop Eco Prima online.
For more information, log on to Eco Prima Home and Commercial Kitchen Supply's Facebook page.
If you've spent quarantine improving your home and kitchen know-how, here's something that might help you out: we listed down 10 kinds of leftovers you can grow as plants, so you won't ever have to waste table scraps!
If you’ve got ginger that's just about to start to dry up in your cupboard, then you might see buds growing out of it. You can either dunk it in a bowl of water or wrap it in a damp cloth or paper towel until you see shoots and roots from the small buds. When the largest shoot is about two inches long, you can plant the sprouted ginger root in a potting mix.
Separate your days-old garlic into cloves and dunk them—roots down—in a cup of water. A week later, green stems should sprout from each clove; then just plant the cloves in soil.
Instead of throwing away the unused root part of your green onion, leave the stalk in a glass of water and wait for it to regrow. Chop it up as garnish for your food.