Living on an RV is living free from the restrictions of property ownership and maintenance. You can enjoy a life of constant travel, seeing sights you could only dream of seeing as a traditional homeowner. Many full-time RV dwellers swear by their lifestyles, but they certainly experience some challenges.
One of the most unavoidable challenges of RV life is a lack of storage space. Choosing to live in an RV is choosing to live a life of minimalism.
There simply isn’t enough space to store everything you might want to use on a regular basis. So, to conserve precious kitchen space, many people limit their appliances to the most practical ones.
This youtube video is hosted by an RV nomad who lives in his RV full time and has for several years. He spent these years refining his lifestyle and belongings to achieve an equilibrium of kitchen capability and space usage. None of the appliances he recommends are expensive, but they are practical.
To get the most out of your small RV kitchen, he recommends purchasing an induction hot plate, a toaster oven, an instant pot, a french press, and a panini press. These RV appliances take up minimal space and offer a wide variety of functions.