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Kitchen scissors, sometimes called kitchen knives, are very strong and razor sharp, made from top quality materials that make it possible to cut through even tough kitchen tasks perfectly. However, this all-too-simple tool is also fantastic for many other purposes, including opening bottles, cracking open nuts, cutting herbs, and even acting as a knife sharpener. One of the things that sets them apart from other kitchen utensils is the fact that the blades are designed to fold back into themselves when not in use. This makes them safer (as long as you don't try to cut yourself) than most other kitchen tools. For example, if you're using your kitchen scissor to crack open a tomato, you should never be leaning too far forward, because the blade could cut you if you were not careful. You should also be aware that because of the way the blades retract, they should be kept sharp at all times, or they will dull quickly, rendering themselves useless after just a few uses.
These types of scissors are also ideal for chefs and cooks because they are often more ergonomically friendly than their traditional counterpart: the kitchen knife. Although knife can be used for chopping, it often comes off on your hand and requires you to bend down, not lift up your entire hand to get the job done. On the other hand, scissors are not only easier to hold, but they are also much more comfortable to use for long periods of time. The best kitchen scissors, in terms of functionality and design, are those created by professional chefs who know how to utilize every feature and every angle of their scissors to its fullest.
If you have been looking for the perfect tool to help you with your every day cooking tasks, then it's time that you looked into chef knives. While they may not be as big as scissors, a chef knife is ideal for chopping herbs and larger pieces of meat. You can easily slice the vegetables, and meats as well as fry just about anything using these wonderful kitchen tools. Unlike scissors that require you to bend down and pick up the whole clump of food, chef's knives are much more comfortable to hold. Because of this comfort factor, a lot of cooks and chefs prefer to use chef knives instead of kitchen scissors whenever possible.