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Master Culinary Multipurpose 5-blade Herb Scissors

Updated on July 23, 2015

Disclaimer

I received Master Culinary Multipurpose 5-blade Herb Scissors at a discount in exchange for an unbiased honest review of the product.

Master Culinary Multipurpose 5-blade Herb Scissors

The Master Culinary Multipurpose 5-blade Herb Scissors are made to help save time in the kitchen. The Master Culinary Multipurpose 5-blade Herb Scissors are of a ergonomic design meaning that they can be used my righties and lefties. The non-slip grip keeps the user safe while cutting. The Master Culinary Multipurpose 5-blade Herb Scissors have five sharp three inch stainless steel blades that simultaneously shear herbs. The Master Culinary Multipurpose 5-blade Herb Scissors can also be used in arts and crafts; they can shred paper and/or make ticker tape. The Master Culinary Multipurpose 5-blade Herb Scissors can be used at home, in the kitchen, and at the office. No matter what the Master Culinary Multipurpose 5-blade Herb Scissors are used for they can be cleaned in a dishwasher and the long finger cleaning brush that comes with them can be used to get any herbs or paper that find themselves sticking to the blades.

Arrival

The Culinary Multipurpose 5-blade Herb Scissors arrived in an amazon package that prevented any damage to the item and to its packaging. The Culinary Multipurpose 5-blade Herb Scissors came in a product box inside the box the Culinary Multipurpose 5-blade Herb Scissors and cleaning brush were wrapped in plastic which prevented them from becoming scratched during shipping.

Review

As I said in the disclaimer I received the Master Culinary Multipurpose 5-blade Herb Scissors at a discount in exchange for a review. I have so far used these scissors to cut basil, mint, parsley, oregano, rosemary, sage, and thyme. The very first herb I cut up using these scissors was bit and I included the recipe that I used the cut up mint for below. The scissors worked perfectly it was much easier and faster using the Master Culinary Multipurpose 5-blade Herb Scissors than using a knife. The scissors themselves were easy to use and they fit in my hand perfectly. The scissors opened and shut seamlessly without any resistance. After I finished cutting the herbs I used the cleaning brush to get the left over leaves off of the scissors before I put them on the top rack of my dishwasher for cleaning. The cleaning brush fit the scissors perfectly and I only had to fun in on the top and bottom of the scissors once to get all the leftover herbs off the scissors.

Overall I am very glad that I can now count the Master Culinary Multipurpose 5-blade Herb Scissors among my kitchen tools. These scissors making cutting herbs much faster; it used to take me double the time it does now to use culinary scissors or a knife to cut up my fresh herbs. These scissors have even inspired me to start my own fresh herb garden so that I can add more fresh herbs to my food instead of dried up one from the store.

Recommendation

I would recommend these scissors to any professional chef, hobby chef, and/or anyone who simply wants to add some fresh herbs to their food and beverages. This item would also make a good gift for any professional or hobby chef for any occasion.

5 stars from 1 rating of Fresh Mint Tea

Cook Time

Prep time: 5 min
Cook time: 10 min
Ready in: 15 min
Yields: 1 cup of fresh mint tea

Ingredients

  • 1/2 a cup fresh mint, cut
  • 2 cups water, boiling

Instructions

  1. Clean the fresh mint
  2. Cut the fresh mint using the Master Culinary Multipurpose 5-blade Herb Scissors
  3. Place the cut up mint leaves into a tea pot or french press
  4. Bring two cups of water to boil
  5. Pour the boiling water over the leaves in the french press or tea pot
  6. Steep for five minutes ( seven if you want a stronger mint taste)
  7. Pour into a cup
  8. Add either a table spoon of honey for sweetness or whole milk for creaminess
  9. If you prefer iced tea then add a few ice cubes and three slices of cucumber.
  10. Drink and enjoy

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      poetryman6969 2 years ago

      I find out about interesting devices that I did not know existed from you. Thanks!

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      Brandon 2 years ago from Houston, Texas

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