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The prep zone. The kitchen prep zone is really important, as this is where we spend around 70 percent of our time when using our kitchens. It should include an ample work surface for completing everyday tasks, including chopping, peeling, mixing, making a sandwich and more. Your storage units and fridge should be in close range of the prep worktop, allowing easy access to ingredients, utensils, pots and pans. Similarly, compost, recycling and trash bins should be located within the prep zone, so you can easily dispose of peelings and packaging without having to cross a kitchen and risk messy spills on the floor. Island or galley layout? If the cook zone is opposite the prep zone, such as in a galley or an island layout, the range and sink should be slightly staggered rather than directly opposite each other. This means you’ll turn through fewer degrees between your appliance and sink. This is not only the most efficient arrangement, it’s also safer; when you’re turning from stove to sink to drain your piping-hot rice or vegetables, this staggering allows a clear line of sight should anyone else enter the kitchen, reducing the likelihood of accidents and burns.