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Herb Scissors

Herb Scissors
3 reviews  
Chopping fresh herbs with a knife is so last year. These stainless steel Herb Scissors are the future! Mince fresh herbs quickly and easily over whatever gourmet dish you're cooking and leave no cutting board mess behind. The Herb Scissors' 5 powerful 3" stainless steel blades work on most fresh herbs, including basil, chives, oregano, and parsley. The large plastic handles have a soft silicone lining for the most comfortable grip. When you're done using your Herb Scissors (and all your friends have ooh'ed and aah'ed over your delectable cooking), just toss them in the dishwasher for a quick rinse.

Winner of a Shape You Gear Award.

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product reviews

Katherine P.
Apr 13, 2014
I use fresh herbs in my everyday cooking and need scissors which are smooth with a good grip. This has a nice comfortable grip and cuts through most any kind of herb easily. I let my daughter use it to cut basil, but I keep a watch over her, since these are super sharp. Cleaning is convenient – just rinse under running water as soon as you have finished using it, or else the herbs tend to dry in between the blades, and it gets tough cleaning then.
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Jul 16, 2014
These herb scissors are great! They are super sharp, making it really easy and fast to cut lots of fresh herbs. They're even dishwasher safe, which is great. The only issue is that the herbs can get stuck in the scissor blades, but I use the slits in the case my scissors came with to push them out and it isn't a big deal.
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Alexa F.
Jul 9, 2014
Good tool, like all food tools cleanup is the price you pay for speed. I’d say if you use them and rinse them after you use the, then cleanup is easy. Don’t let oily herbs dry on these, because they will stick. Then again, if you’re the kind of cook who already regularly leaves messy used tools around, I guess you won’t care about some leftover mint next time you go to cut rosemary.
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