The ATK Reviews team has tested tons of tools aimed at reducing single-use plastic in the kitchen. What we’ve found is that buying something (often with plastic parts) to reduce plastic consumption only really works if said product is good—like really good. Because no matter how virtuous you hope to be, when it’s late and you're tired, you are going to do what’s easiest.
So how can we do better for the planet without making our lives more stressful? Here are four tools that check every box: They’re reusable, they’re easy to use, and they perform well. Watch them in action in the video below, then read more about each of them. (And for even more eco-friendly kitchen gear, check out this buying guide.)