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Chicken, poultry, fish, cooked and raw meats, vegetables, fruits, herbs. These are just some of the basic things that kitchen scissors can cut, you can also use them outside the kitchen to cut decoupage, cardboard boxes, and more
The sharp blades of stainless steel kitchen shears can basically cut anything you want quickly, easily, and safely.
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Unexpected Uses for Kitchen Shears
Do you have a pair of kitchen shears that are gathering dust in a drawer? Pull them out and put them to good use with these unexpected uses. From opening packages to prepping food, kitchen shears are versatile tools that can make your life easier. So next time you’re standing in front of a cutting board full of ingredients, reach for your kitchen shears instead of a knife. You’ll be glad you did.
Have a tough time opening plastic packaging? Use your kitchen shears to cut through those pesky clamshells and blister packs.
Kitchen shears are also great for snipping herbs directly into a pot or pan, so you can save yourself the hassle of transferring them from cutting board to cookware.
If you’re in a bind and need to make a quick repair, reach for your kitchen shears. They can be used to trim loose threads or even cut fabric (in a pinch).
And when it comes to food prep, kitchen shears are indispensable. They make quick work of slicing thick meats and veggies, chopping nuts, and removing cores from fruits. So next time you’re standing in front of a cutting board full of ingredients, reach for your kitchen shears instead of a knife.
Opening bottles is a cinch with kitchen shears. Most have openers built into the handle, perfect for beer bottles or jars!
What is the difference between scissors and kitchen shears?
For the everyday person, the answer is not much. But for those of us in the business of cutting things, the difference is stark.
Scissors are designed for cutting paper and light materials like hair. Kitchen shears, on the other hand, are made for tougher tasks like cutting chicken bones or heavy-duty fabric.