I am an older (64) left handed cook whose grown up cooking in a right handed world. I've had to adapt to right handed bias in the kitchen Nothing much bothers me except manual can openers are difficult to use but not so much that I've bought a left handed one. I own a left handed expensive Japanese chef's knife that's too nice to use. I'm sure there are many items that I'm not even aware of that are easier for right handed people. Have you made an concessions to your left handedness like buying left handed tools or set up your kitchen differently?